No, the Bears are in only the NFC North along with the Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings and Detroit Lions.
The Bears defeated the New Orleans Saints, 39-14, in the 2006 NFC championship game.
The Chicago Bears play in the NFC Norris North division.
they already did
The lions, bears, vikings and packers are in the NFC north division
1941, the Bears beat the Packers.
they used to be an NFC central team, but since 2002 changed to be an NFC North team.
6 NFC Central Titles, 2 NFC North Titles(NFC Central changed to NFC North after the Houston Texans joined the NFL in 2002)8 in all.
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The Chicago Bears in 2007.
The NFC (National Football Conference)
The Lions, Bears, Packers (and the Vikings too) play in the NFC North.
The Patriots in the AFC and Da Bears and the Falcons in the NFC
Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears
Because their location is in the central part of the US.
The Bears were a member of the NFC Central division until the NFL realigned in 2002.
The NFC champion for the 2006 season was the Chicago Bears. The Bears wound up losing the the Indianapolis Colts, 29-17, in Super Bowl XLI.
The NFC North The Packers are part of the NFC North Division in the NFC Conference. They are in the same division as the Minnesota Vikings, Detroit Lions, and Chicago Bears.
An NFC East team has never went undefeated. Only the Bears(twice), the Dolphins, and the Patriots have.
In 2006, against the Chicago Bears