Chicago Bears Schedule
The Bears have developed a reputation in the NFC for always having a hard-hitting team that
is a threat to make it all the way to the top of the conference. As they look to light up the scoreboard and put up some major
wins on their way to getting back into the playoffs this season, you won't want to miss a second of the bone-jarring excitement
that will have fans all over town buzzing before and after the big game. The Bears will look to play well against their divisional
foes in 2014, especially the Green Bay Packers. The Packers are the biggest rival of the Bears, and this rivalry foes back
a long way. The Bears play the Packers twice every regular season, and Chicago would love to get the jump on Green Bay this
time around, as it would not only satisfy the fans but also put them in a great position to take control of the division.
The Bears will have plenty of other crucial match-ups this season as well.
Chicago Bears Team Info
Bears have a long and illustrious history that makes them one of the best franchises in the entire league, with so many all-time
greats having played for them that it's just about impossible to remember them all. Dick Butkus, Mike Ditka, Walter Payton
and Gayle Sayers are just a few of the amazing players that have dominated on the gridiron for the Bears, and you never know
when the next all-time great is going to burst onto the scene with a banner day. Each year, their schedule has some amazing
matchups, including division rivals like thePackers, Lions and Vikings, giving you plenty of opportunities to see a great
game the way it was meant to be seen.
The Bears are ready to make a run at the postseason, hoping that quarterback Jay
Cutler can stay healthy and on the field in 2014. Armed with one of the best offenses in the National Football League, Chicago
has a very high ceiling right now. Cutler has two fantastic receivers to throw to in Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery.
Jeffery came on in a big way last season, posting some huge games on his way to a huge year. The team also has a top running
back in Matt Forte. If the defense can play well, this team could make a run at the NFC North crown.
the Bears take to the gridiron this season, you're going to want to be there to see this team take on all of the top opponents
that the National Football League has to offer. Watching the game from home doesn't seem to hold a candle to being there in
the stands to enjoy all of the action, and Bears fans that have been to Soldier Field know that to be the case. However, games
away from home can be even more fun, as you'll get to see the Bears silence the opposing crowd with every touchdown. Soldier
Fieldis just one of those places you have to get to every now and then if you're a Bears fan, or if you're just a football
fan in general. Built in 1924 as a memorial to fallen American soldiers in World War One, Soldier Field has been the perfect
backdrop for great football games for quite a while, and that's not something that's going to change any time in the near
future. Put down the remote and get ready to see a big game that you'll be talking about long after it's all over.
Chicago Bears Trivia
Did you know that the Chicago Bears were able to land running back Matt Forte outside of
the first round in the NFL Draft?'
That's right; the Bears landed Forte in the second round of the draft. Forte quickly
showed that he was capable of playing in the pros, and has become one of the best backs in the league. Forte is a versatile
back capable of making a major contribution in the passing game each season.
Chicago Bears History
Chicago Bears franchise was founded in 1919 and made the Windy City their home two years later. The Bears took home a multitude
of NFL Championships in the National Football League before the merger with the American Football League, including four in
the 1940s alone. Led by legendary head coach Mike Ditka, the Bears took home the Super Bowl title in 1985 with one of the
top defenses in the history of the league, a unit that set a record for the fewest points allowed in a season that stood for
more than a decade. The Bears have won the NFC North division three times and have been to the postseason often throughout
their storied history. The Bears will look to add another Super Bowl Championship to their resume as soon as possible.