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Q: Who did the Chicago Bears beat in the 1986 Super Bowl?
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How many Super Bowl losses do the Chicago Bears have?

The Chicago Bears have lost 1 Super Bowl in 2007 to the Indianapolis Colts. The Chicago Bears have won 1 Super Bowl also in 1986.


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On January 26, 1986, the Chicago Bears defeated the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XX, 46-10.


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