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The Bears record for the 2008-9 season was 9 wins 7 losses.

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After going 5-8 through the first 13 games, Chicago finished the 2007 season with a record of 7-9, including a second win (35-7) over the Green Bay Packers, who won the division championship with a record of 13-3.

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like several teams before them they made it to the superbowl in 2006 but in 2007 they finished 7-9 with no playoff apearance. Although it might not have been their fault with Cedric Benson and Tank Johnson in trouble as well as giving Lance Briggs a franchise tag so he couldn't leave the Bears making him irate as well as trading talented runningback Thomas Jones to the Jets.

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My guess is anywhere from 10-6 to 13-3, but that isn't for sure.

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The Bears record for the 2008-9 season was 9 wins 7 losses.

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As of the 2008 season the Bears overall record (including playoffs) is 702-515-42

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What were the Chicago Bears called in the 1920s?

The Decatur Staleys became the Chicago Staleys in 1921 and were renamed the Chicago Bears when George Halas bought the right to the club in 1921.


Is there any correlation between the Chicago Cubs and the Chicago Bears team names since they are both Bears?

Yes. When the Decatur Staleys of the NFL moved to Chicago in 1921, they played their home games at Cubs Park (now known as Wrigley Field). George Halas renamed the team to Bears in 1922 as a tribute to the Cubs. Legend has it his reason for choosing Bears as the new nickname was that if baseball players were Cubs, since football players were larger, football players were Bears.


Where did the Chicago Bears originate from?

In 1919, the Chicago Bears originated in Decatur, Illinois. They were known as the Decatur Staleys. The team relocated to Chicago in 1921.


What year was the Chicago Bears team formed?

1920 as the Decatur Staleys. They moved to Chicago in 1921 and became the Bears in 1922.


When did halas move bears from decator to Chicago?

The Decatur Staleys moved to Chicago in 1921.


When did the Chicago Bears become the Chicago Bears?

It was in 1922. Prior to that, the team was known as the Decatur Staleys (1920) and the Chicago Staleys (1921).


Did the Chicago Bears play for any other cities?

The Bears originally represented Decatur Illinois as the Decatur Staleys before moving to Chicago in 1921.


Where did the Chicago Bears play in the 50's and 60's?

Wrigley Field. The Bears played their home games at Wrigley for 50 seasons (1921-1970). They moved to Soldier Field in 1971.


What year did Bears and Packers start playing?

The Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers started playing each other in 1921. It is the longest rivalry in the NFL. Chicago holds the edge with 93 wins against 89 losses, with 6 tied games.


What were Chicago Bears called before?

The Chicago Staleys and before that the Decatur Staleys.


Who won the most games in the first ten years of the American professional football association?

That would be the Chicago Bears with 84. The Bears were known as the Decatur Staleys in 1920, the Chicago Staleys in 1921, and the Chicago Bears from 1922 on. The American Professional Football Association changed their name to National Football League in 1922 which was the League's third year of existence.


What NFL team has both resided in the same city and borne the same nickname for the longest period of time?

The Chicago Bears have resided in the same city and borne the same nickname for the longest period of time in the NFL. The team was established in 1920 as the Decatur Staleys and moved to Chicago the following year, where they became the Bears. They have been known as the Chicago Bears for over a century, making it the longest continuous use of both city and nickname in the league.