The Bears have made wholesale changes in their front office and coaching staff after the train wreck of a season that 2014 became.
For 2015 the Bears have brought in veteran coaches with track records of success. One aspect of this season’s team is unquestioned, they will no longer look like figures on the surface of an electronic football game, buzzing and scattering all over the field while opponents slice through untouched.
What are the questions that need answering for 2015? Here are five the preseason schedule will go a long way in answering…
The 10 Most Frustrating Seasons in Chicago Bears History
The Chicago Bears organization, and their fans, believed the team’s offense was on track after finishing the 2013 season No. 2 in points scored the team spent the spring and summer concentrating on improving one of the NFL’s worst defenses.
After signing defensive linemen Lamarr Houston and Jared Allen and drafting cornerback Kyle Fuller with the No. 20 pick in the first round fans looked forward to 2014 as the season the team would have enough talent to make a return to the playoffs for the first time since 2010.
Now that the Bears have limped across the finish line with a 5-11 record the only thing fans have to look forward to is what direction this team takes in the future. Here are 10 other seasons that left fans asking the same painful question…
The 10 Absolute Worst Contracts In The NFC North
These are the contracts that keep NFC North general managers up at night with the phrase “what was I thinking” running through their heads.
Bears Survive Vikings Raid to Win 31-30: Five Things We Learned
Jay Cutler hit Martellus Bennett for a 16 yard touchdown pass, his last of three for the game, in the final seconds to give the Bears a 31-30 victory over the Minnesota Vikings.
Chicago Bears 2013 Schedule: Predicting the Wins and Losses
Fans head into the 2013 season facing the most uncertainty about the Chicago Bears then they’ve had in a long time. Here’s an early look at what to expect.
Vikings Beat the Packers to Earn a Playoff Spot
The Minnesota Vikings win over the Green Bay Packers puts them in the playoffs as the No. 6 seed while the Packers ready themselves for the rematch at Lambeau Field.
NFC North: Bears Host Seattle in War of Dynamic Pass Defenses
The Chicago Bears host the Seattle Seahawks in a battle of teams already in the playoffs while the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings square off in an old-fashioned NFC North battle.
Thursday Night Football: The Doug Martin Show
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers jumped out to a 13-0 lead and never looked back in a 36-17 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday Night Football.