30 Facts About Chicago Bears

1. The Chicago Bears are back to being playoff contenders, right? Their record.

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2. The Chicago Bears already have 16 interceptions through nine games, the most in the NFL and twice as many as they had in each of the past three seasons.

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3. The Chicago Bears have been using their potent offense to full advantage over the last month, but they'll be in for a stern test as they take on the Minnesota Vikings at Soldier Field on Sunday night.

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4. Chicago Bears back K Parkey, expect him to rebound from rough outing.

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5. The Chicago Bears have a chance to tighten their grip on the NFC North lead and demonstrate just how far they have come when they host the defending division champion.

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6. The Chicago Bears have a chance to tighten their grip on the NFC North lead and demonstrate just how far they have come when they host the defending division champion Minnesota Vikings in a prime-time showdown for first place Sunday night.

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7. The Chicago Bears will try to serve up some home cooking this Sunday night when they host the Minnesota Vikings in a battle for first place in the NFC North.

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8. The Chicago Bears, sitting in first place in the NFC North, will be tested by the surging Minnesota Vikings, who have won four of their last five games.

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9. The Chicago Bears are a different team after making some big changes in.

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10. The Chicago Bears traveled to Buffalo this week to square off against the Bills, and things went pretty much as expected.

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11. On Sunday, the Chicago Bears will look to do something that they haven't done since October of 2016 and that is to defeat a divisional opponent.

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12. The Chicago Bears will nearly be at full strength on Sunday, as Khalil Mack and Allen Robinson are both expected to play against the Detroit Lions at Soldier Field.

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13. The Chicago Bears handled the Buffalo Bills on the road as they should have.

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14. The Chicago Bears came to Orchard Park on Sunday and absolutely annihilated the Buffalo Bills in every facet of the game.

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15. Chicago Bears officially welcome back Mack, Robinson, start clock on Shaheen.

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16. The Chicago Bears could very well be this year's surprise team.

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17. The Chicago Bears retired Mike Ditka's number 89 jersey on December 9, 2013.

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18. In the 2005 season, the Chicago Bears won the NFC North Division and the No 2 Seed in the NFC Playoffs, entitling them to play at least one home game in the postseason.

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19. The Chicago Bears moved to Soldier Field in 1971 after outgrowing Wrigley Field, the team's home for 50 years.

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20. Chicago Bears hired Ryan Pace of the New Orleans Saints to be their new general manager on January 8, 2015.

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21. The Chicago Bears reached the NFC Championship Game, where they played Green Bay Packers at Soldier Field—only the second playoff meeting between the two storied rivals, the only other game played in 1941.

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22. On March 5, 2010, the Chicago Bears signed defensive end Julius Peppers, running back Chester Taylor, and tight end Brandon Manumaleuna, spending over $100 million on the first day of free agency.

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23. Chicago Bears made one of the biggest trades in franchise history, acquiring Pro Bowl quarterback Jay Cutler from the Denver Broncos in exchange for Kyle Orton and draft picks on April 2, 2009.

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24. On November 18, 2010 the Chicago Bears recorded franchise win number 700 in a win against the Miami Dolphins.

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25. In 2005, the Chicago Bears won their division and reached the playoffs for the first time in four years.

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26. The Chicago Bears scheduled a press conference to announce the hiring before McGinnis agreed to contract terms.

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27. In 1975, the Chicago Bears drafted Walter Payton from Jackson State University with their first pick.

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28. The Chicago Bears used the money made from the Grange barn-storming tour to sign the man that replaced him.

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29. The Chicago Bears replaced Grange with Paddy Driscoll, a star football player in his own right.

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30. In 1924 the Chicago Bears claimed the Championship after defeating the Cleveland Bulldogs on December 7, even putting the title "World's Champions" on their 1924 team photo.

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