Chicago Bears are a professional NFL team based in Chicago city in the state of Illinois. The Bears play their home games at Soldier Field Stadium in Chicago and compete in NFC’s North division since 2002. Formerly they were a part of the NFC Central. As of the completion of the 2021 season, the team has won 1 Super Bowl, 4 conference championships, 19 division titles, and made 28 playoff appearances.
The franchise is based in Chicago since its foundation in 1921. The club is currently owned by Virginia Halas McCaskey. She is one of the 10 female NFL owners. Matt Eberflus serves as the team’s Head Coach. Staley Da Bear serves as the team’s official mascot.
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The team uses navy blue, burnt orange, and white for their uniforms. Being from NFC North, the team has Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings as their primary rivals. They also share an intense occurrence of clash whenever they play New York Giants.
The Bears scored 456 points in the 1985 season, which was their highest-ever single-season record, since their inception. Jay Cutler leads the franchise record for most passing yards and passing touchdowns with 23443 yards and 154 tds. Former RB Walter Payton leads the team with 16726 yards all-time rushing yards and rushing touchdowns with 110 tds. Former wide receiver Johnny Morris leads the team with 5059 receiving yards while Ken Kavanaugh leads with 50 receiving touchdowns.
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The team’s strength lies in David Montgomery who is the only shining spot on the roster. Second-year QB Justin Fields is a good quarterback but has to work on his passing skills. They have issues in all other roster spots heading into the season and they are number 30th on the roster’s ranking for the season.
Former player, Walter Payton serves as the name of a prestigious NFL Award which is awarded to the best player for committing to philanthropy and community impact for a season.