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The Chicago Bears are 6-7 SU/4-8-1 ATS on Thursday Night Football since the program began in 2006, including a 1-4 SU/ATS mark against their divisional nemeses, the Green Bay Packers..

Chicago Bears Betting News for January 2022

Final 4: What the Bears can learn from each team in the NFC, AFC title games

Final 4: What the Bears can learn from each team in the NFC, AFC title games

The Chicago Bears are watching the NFL playoffs. The weather is getting colder. The Bears will play in the NFC and AFC Championship games.

Jan 24chicago.suntimes.com
Bears request second interviews with Jim Caldwell and Dan Quinn

Bears request second interviews with Jim Caldwell and Dan Quinn

Bears request second interviews with Jim Caldwell and Dan Quinn. Indianapolis Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus will meet with the Bears on Wednesday. The only confirmed second interview for the GM position is tomorrow with Kansas City Chiefs executive director of player personnel Ryan Poles. The Bears are still looking for a new head coach. Several head coaching candidates are no longer involved in the playoffs. Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer and Greg Gabriel think Ebersfluss and Caldwell are the top names to watch for Chicago's vacant head job.

Jan 24windycitygridiron.com
Examining our top candidates for next Bears head coach

Examining our top candidates for next Bears head coach

The Chicago Bears are looking for a new head coach after firing Matt Nagy. George McCaskey, Ted Phillips, Bill Polian, Lamar Campbell and Tanesha Wade are conducting the search.

Jan 24bearswire.usatoday.com
Bill Polian pushing for Bears to hire Morocco Brown, Matt Eberflus

Bill Polian pushing for Bears to hire Morocco Brown, Matt Eberflus

Bill Polian wants the Chicago Bears to hire the Indianapolis Colts director of college scouting Morocco Brown and defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus as their next general manager and head coach. Polan was hired by the Bears as a consultant after the organization fired both Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy. Ebersflis has already interviewed for the head coaching position.

Jan 24coltswire.usatoday.com
The Chicago Bears should still be ashamed of themselves for 2017

The Chicago Bears should still be ashamed of themselves for 2017

The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Buffalo Bills in overtime to win the Division Round. Chicago Bears traded up from pick three to pick two to get Mitchell Trubisky. Patrick Mahomes was drafted by the Chiefs and is dominating the NFL playoffs.   The Chicago franchise is still a bad franchise. It's time to change the team. The team should be ashamed of themselves for 2017. They should not have drafted Deshaun Watson.

Jan 24dawindycity.com
Sports Illustrated Chicago Bears News, Analysis and More

Sports Illustrated Chicago Bears News, Analysis and More

The Bears are looking for a new coach and general manager. The search is taking too much time and it's possible it will produce the wrong results. The Bears have learned some lessons from the playoffs and from their search.

Jan 23si.com
Chiefs’ Ryan Poles Considering GM Job With Bears, Vikings: NFL Rumors

Chiefs’ Ryan Poles Considering GM Job With Bears, Vikings: NFL Rumors

Ryan Poles is considering a potential promotion to general manager with the Minnesota Vikings or Chicago Bears. Poles was a finalist for the New York Giants' GM job in 2022. He is currently the Kansas City Chiefs executive director of player personnel.

Jan 23heavy.com
Chicago Bears 2022 Offseason Stay or Go: Ryan Nall

Chicago Bears 2022 Offseason Stay or Go: Ryan Nall

Ryan Nall is a UDFA who played for one team in 2018. He hardly saw the field and was up and down from the practice squad.

Jan 23beargoggleson.com
Bears To Interview Steelers' Omar Khan Monday

Bears To Interview Steelers' Omar Khan Monday

Bears will interview Steelers' VP of Football & Business Administration Omar Khan on Monday. The team has already interviewed a number of candidates. Houston Texans almost hired him as their GM, but he lost out. He's also seen as a possible replacement for Pittsburgh's Kevin Colbert, who's planning to retire after this year's draft. Brandon Hunt is the frontrunner for that job.  The Steelers would receive a third round compensatory pick in the 2022 and 2023 drafts if they hire Khan.

Jan 22steelersdepot.com

Chicago Bears Game Schedule 2022: (20 games)

Saturday, 14 Aug: Miami Dolphins vs Chicago Bears at Soldier Field

Saturday, 21 Aug: Buffalo Bills vs Chicago Bears at Soldier Field

Sunday, 19 Sep: Cincinnati Bengals vs Chicago Bears at Soldier Field

Sunday, 03 Oct: Detroit Lions vs Chicago Bears at Soldier Field

Sunday, 17 Oct: Green Bay Packers vs Chicago Bears at Soldier Field

Sunday, 31 Oct: San Francisco 49ers vs Chicago Bears at Soldier Field

Sunday, 21 Nov: Baltimore Ravens vs Chicago Bears at Soldier Field

Monday, 20 Dec: Minnesota Vikings vs Chicago Bears at Soldier Field

Sunday, 02 Jan: New York Giants vs Chicago Bears at Soldier Field

Saturday, 28 Aug: Chicago Bears vs Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium

Sunday, 12 Sep: Chicago Bears vs Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium

Sunday, 26 Sep: Chicago Bears vs Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium

Sunday, 10 Oct: Chicago Bears vs Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium

Sunday, 24 Oct: Chicago Bears vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium

Monday, 08 Nov: Chicago Bears vs Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field

Thursday, 25 Nov: Chicago Bears vs Detroit Lions at Ford Field

Sunday, 05 Dec: Arizona Cardinals vs Chicago Bears at Soldier Field

Sunday, 12 Dec: Chicago Bears vs Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field

Sunday, 26 Dec: Chicago Bears vs Seattle Seahawks at Lumen Field

Sunday, 09 Jan: Chicago Bears vs Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium

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Chicago Bears

Go to your favorite sports dictionary and look up “team culture” to see a picture of the Chicago Bears. What does NFLbets mean by that? Simply that, since the days when the quarterback had an option on essentially every play, the Bears have always been all about defense. All hope for the not-necessarily bright future of Mitch Trubisky aside, the Windy City’s NFL team hasn’t had a true franchise quarterback since the 1950s, a far greater drought than any other team.

From 1960 through 2017, the Bears have had a top-five defense in terms of points allowed 16 times, but have been a top-five scoring offense in just six seasons – and only three since George Halas was coaching the team. Despite the eternal weakness on one side of the ball, however, the Bears may claim an NFL second-best nine titles (Although one supposes that many Bears fans under the age of, likesay, 40 would appreciate another Super Bowl win any year now…), the most wins of any NFL team all-time (they’re 12 wins up on the rival Green Bay Packers and +62 on the New York Giants) and the most Professional Football Hall of Fame members of any team.

The team was originally founded as an independent club in Decatur named the Staleys, but joined with the American Professional Football Association (APFA) in time for the soon-to-be NFL’s first season. A loss to the Chicago Cardinals and a final-game tie with the undefeated Akron Pros earned the 10-1-2 Staleys a second-place finish. No matter, coach/owner Halas had his relocated Chicago Staleys going 9-1- in ’21 to take the last APFA title; with a fine sense of foreshadowing, this team was the league’s stingiest in points allowed, but just seventh-best in points scored.

Over the next five seasons, the again-renamed Chicago Bears were perpetual contenders and ran up four more second-place finishes, but championship status would elude the team until 1932, the year 24-year-old fullback Bronko Nagurski was given leave to run the ball. Halas, Bronko and the Bears took the ’33 title as well, but unfortunately wasted brilliant ’34 campaigns by Nagurski and Beattie Feathers with a 30-10 pummeling by the Giants in the final game.

The 1940s were the decade of Sid Luckman. From 1940 to ’48, this Hall of Fame quarterback got the Bears into five championship games and won four – twice getting to the championship despite Halas not coaching a Chicago Bears team for the first time ever. Halas returned for ’46, but the Bears wouldn’t see the championship game again until ’56, the team’s first season after Halas’s second retirement. Halas returned to the sidelines one more time in ’58, taking the Bears’ eighth title in ’63 thanks to (you guessed it) a dominant defense that included five Pro Bowlers and snagged 36 interceptions in 14 games.

The post-Halas, post-NFL/AFL merger days weren’t very fruitful for the Bears. In the next 20 seasons, the Bears would make the playoffs just twice – both times in the late 70s in the early years of Walter Payton’s career. However, Mike Ditka’s hiring as head coach with nice low expectations helped write the most memorable chapter in modern Bears history. And though Ditka’s Bears made seven playoff runs in eight years, the majority of the aforementioned metaphorical chapter would be devoted to that single magical season of 1985.

For one year, this team led by three Hall of Famers (Payton, Mike Singletary, Richard Dent) helped lead a cast of characters (Jim McMahon, Willie Gault, Dan Hampton, Wilber Marshall, Ron Rivera and of course William “The Refrigerator” Perry among them) to the NFL’s first-ever 15-1 run. For those who watched it, the shock of the Miami Dolphins’ MNF upset of Dah Bearssss was matched only by the disappointment that a rematch in Super Bowl XX would not be forthcoming. The Bears capped their near-perfect season near-perfectly with a 46-10 trashing of the helpless New England Patriots.

Since those glorious days of the 1980s, well … let’s just say the “Super Bowl Shuffle” hasn’t been discussed too often in a contemporary context in Chicago. For the 2000s, Dick Jauron was able to partially assemble another monstrous defense around draftee Brian Urlacher; from 2001 through ‘’10, the Urlacher- (and later Julius Peppers-) led Bears made the playoffs four times, including the Super Bowl XLI loss.

As for the Trubisky Era the Bears are about to enter into and/or end prematurely, let’s put it this way: You ever hear of Sid Luckman…?

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