With Offensive Upside, Chicago Bears Tickets Up 16.5% From Last Season

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    For years the “Monsters of the Midway” moniker was used to describe the defense of the Chicago Bears, but that could now be shifting to the offensive side of the ball. Under head coach Marc Trestman and the receiving trio of Brandon Marshall, Alshon Jeffery and Martellus Bennett, Chicago has the upside to have one of the best offenses in franchise history. Even as the Bears finished 2013 at just 8-8, losing the division to the Green Bay Packers in a Week 17 matchup, there’s a lot of optimism surrounding Soldier Field this season, especially on the secondary market. Last season Bears tickets had an average price of $353.57 on the secondary market, which was one of the highest prices in the league, but this season ticket prices are even higher.read more

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