With more regular season victories than any NFL team in history, the Chicago Bears are looking to turn the ship around after going 10-6 and just missing out on a playoff berth in 2012. The Bears did, however, finish the season by leading the NFL in takeaways with 44. With the hiring of new head coach Marc Trestman (formerly head coach of the Montreal Alouettes) for the 2013 season, expectations for a turn-around season are high. The Bears face division rivals the Green Bay Packers twice during the regular season, and Trestman will have to decide if he is going to commit long-term with Jay Cutler at Quarterback. Despite the disappointing ending to last season, in which spectacular September and October led to a late season collapse, head coach Marc Trestman has the experience to lead the Bears to the playoffs in 2013.
Chicago Bears are the NFL team of Chicago Illinois. The team is known for its record of being the most enshrines in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The currently have 27 team members and 13 retired jersey numbers. They also have more regular season victories than any other NFL team. The team won its 700th game in November of 2010. The Chicago Bears started in Decatur, Illinois in the year of 1919. They moved to Chicago in 1921. The Chicago Bears and the Arizona Cardinals are the only two teams left from their original franchises.