Introduction: How the Bears Got Where They Are Now
On January 26, 1986, Bears fans across the fruited plain and around the globe celebrated the franchise's ninth World Championship with a resounding 46-10 win over the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl. The Bears had the look of being a team of dynastic proportions; in fact, according to Dick Enberg during the broadcast of Super Bowl XX, the average Chicago Bear player's age was 25.1 years old, the youngest in the
Updated 01-28-2012 at 03:43 AM by Dagan81
Championships Missed: The Lost Years, Part Four - The 1986-88 Seasons
by Jonathan Henderson, aka. "Dagan81"
30 May 2011
(The above title heading says it all. During the 1986 season, Jim McMahon was viciously taken down to the turf on his throwing shoulder by the Packers' Charles Martin, thus sustaining a season-ending shoulder
Updated 06-07-2011 at 04:32 AM by Dagan81
We Should Embrace Lovie Smith, Jerry Angelo
(Above: Lovie Smith, head coach of the Chicago Bears; Below: Jerry Angelo, GM of the Chicago Bears)
Ever since I have been a contributing member of DaBears.com, I have noticed a growing trend in several of the members of this site. Many
I have only been a Chicago Bears fan now for about five years, four years if you count my closely keeping up with them. It seems to me that unless you have been through some really dark periods in your life, you can't appreciate what a sports team means to you. That can be stated in my case with the Bears. Let me tell you about my relationship and love affair with the franchise.
I began to "keep my eyes and ears open" to the Bears in 2005 when they made their run to a division