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Known as the Monsters of the Midway, the Chicago Bears have made their home in the Windy City since 1922. Eight league championships before the merger and one Super Bowl victory (the famous 1985 Bears) have brought nine titles to Chicago. Over 25 playoff appearances show that this team is always in the hunt for their next Lombardi Trophy.
George Halas took ownership of the Chicago football franchise and renamed them as the Bears in 1922. Developing a culture of winning, the Bears were became a powerhouse, racking up six championships between 1932 and 1946.
Their lone Super Bowl title came in 1985 with “Iron” Mike Ditka at the helm of an unbelievably talented team. A merciless defense allowed the Bears to cruise through their schedule, culminating in a 46-10 win over the New England Patriots. This legendary team featured several Hall of Fame players and some of the most recognizable personalities in the game. Among them were Jim McMahon, Mike Singletary, Richard Dent, Dan Hampton, William “The Refrigerator” Perry, and “Sweetness” Walter Payton. Though Bears fans felt destined to repeat, it has now been more than 30 years since they have been able to hoist the trophy.
Playing out of the historic NFC North Division makes for a hard road to the playoffs right out of the gate with intense rivalries against the Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, and Detroit Lions.
Big changes have swept into the city with the release of quarterback Jay Cutler, the franchise leader in most statistical categories at the position. In his place, the Bears have signed Mike Glennon from the Buccaneers to a three year deal. The largely unproven QB moves into his fourth year in the league as the new starter. Mark Sanchez was also added to the roster for depth. Losing Alshon Jeffrey in the passing game is a big hit, but the ranks still have Kevin White, Eddie Royal, Kendall Wright, Cameron Meredith, and Markus Wheaton to try and get something going downfield. Zach Miller returns at tight end, as does Jordan Howard who had a breakout rookie year a season ago.
The famous Bears defense is looking to retool and come out firing on all cylinders this season. The addition of Prince Amukamara and Quintin Demps should help the backfield while Danny Trevathan and the linebacking corps looks to stuff the run.
Among the many legendary players to suit up in a Bears uniform are iconic players such as Bronko Nagurski, George McAfee, Willie Galimore, Gayle Sayers, Brian Piccolo, Sid Luckman, Dick Butkus, Bill Hewitt, Bill George, Clyde Turner, Red Grange, Mike Ditka. More information about the Chicago Bears can be found by clicking here.