Chicago Bearscertainly had a disappointing season this year. Sporting a 7-3 record through November 20, the Bears stumbled in their next five games which absolutely doomed their playoff chance. No one saw this coming, even the owners of Chicago Bears tickets thought that their team would have another great year after a solid start. With one game remaining in their season schedule, the Bears look to end on a high note. A win on New Year’s Day over the Minnesota Vikings would make Chicago move in to the .500 mark as well as end their losing streak.
Last season, the Bears was the second seed and was also the division champ. Today, they are ranked 9th in the National Football Conference and third in the North Division.
Perhaps one of the biggest problems for the Chicago Bears was their play on the road. The team was 6-2 away from the Soldier Field II but this season, it was a complete reversal, Chicago was only 2-5. Chicago’s losses on the road are against New Orleans Saints (13-30), Detroit Tigers (17-27), Oakland Raiders (20-25), Denver Broncos (10-13 OT), and most recently versus the reigning champs Green Bay Packers (21-35). Their final game versus the Vikings is also on the road.
The Bears five-game losing streak started with the loss at the hands of the Raiders followed by Kansas City Chiefs, Broncos, Seattle Seahawks, and Packers.
Despite the poor showing in the past five games, there were still some bright spots on the Chicago Bears players. Six-year veteran Jay Cutler is having another great season for the one-time Super Bowl champ. Cutler has an 85.7 passing rate which puts him on the top 15 of that category. Running back Matt Forte is also having a good statistical season for the Bears. His rushing yards of 997 easily puts him on the top 15 of all running backs in the entire league. Placekicker Robbie Gould is another Bears player with a strong statistical season. Gould is tied for the 11th spot in the total points with 116.
Chicago’s may have slipped for more than a month now but it did not kept the team from representing NFC Pro Bowl Team. A total of five players were named to the all star roster for the annual midseason classic. These are linebackers Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs, running back Forte, cornerback Charles Tillman, and special teams man Corey Graham. The number of Chicago Bears in the Pro Bowl would have been seven if not only return specialist Devin Hester and defensive end Julius Peppers were snubbed to the team. Tillman though would have to sit out the Pro Bowl game in Honolulu, Hawaii after suffering a sprained MCL on his right knee on December 4. The Pro Bowl game would be on January 29, 2012.
When the Chicago Bears were NFC North Division champs, they had four players representing on the all star roster.
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