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February 2: How many Super Bowl appearances have the 49ers and Chiefs made?
Super Bowl LIV is the seventh appearance for the 49ers and the third for the Chiefs.
February 1: Who were the last 49ers and Chiefs players named Super Bowl MVP?
The 49ers’ Steve Young in Super Bowl XXIX and the Chiefs’ Len Dawson in Super Bowl IV.
January 31: Who is the only player in Bears history to win Super Bowl MVP?
January 30: Who is the only Super Bowl MVP to play for the losing team?
Chuck Howley of the Cowboys in Super Bowl V.
January 29: Which teams have never appeared in a Super Bowl?
Browns, Jaguars, Lions and Texans
January 28: Which Bears were members of the inaugural Hall of Fame class in 1963?
George Halas, Red Grange and Bronko Naguski
January 27: Who is the first USFL player to be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame?
Jim Kelly played two seasons with the Houston Gamblers before joining the Buffalo Bills when the USFL went out of business.
January 26: The original XFL’s Chicago Enforcers played their first game on Feb. 3, 2001. What was the result?
The Enforcers lost 33-29 to the Orlando Rage.
January 25: Who is the Bears’ all-time leader in Pro Bowl appearances?
Mike Singletary made 10 consecutive appearances in the NFL’s version of the All-Star Game from 1983-92. Walter Payton is second with nine appearances.
January 24: Which team won the first USFL championship?
The Michigan Panthers defeated the Philadelphia Stars in 1983.
January 23: Who is the most-recent Bears player to be inducted into the Hall of Fame?
Brian Urlacher with the Class of 2018.
January 22: What was Lovie Smith’s playoff record with the Bears?
Smith went 3-3 in the postseaon, including the 29-17 loss to the Colts in Super Bowl XLI.
January 21: True or false: The Bears held the Saints to less than 100 rushing yards in the NFC Championship Game on Jan. 21, 2007.
True. The Saints rushed for 56 yards in their 39-14 loss to the Bears at Soldier Field.
January 20: When was the Cardinals’ final season in Chicago?
1959. The following season was their first at the St. Louis Cardinals.
January 19: What member of the Chicago Cardinals was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2020?
Duke Slater, who played for the Cardinals from 1926-1931.
January 18: Who were the first African Americans to coach in the Super Bowl?
The Bears’ Lovie Smith faced Tony Dungy of the Colts in Super Bowl XLI.
January 17: How many father and son combos are in the Pro Football Hall of Fame?
3: Ed and Steve Sabol; Tim and Wellington Mara; Art and Dan Rooney.
January 16: The Seattle Seahawks reached the playoffs with a 7-9 record in the 2010 season. How did they fare?
The Seahawks lost to the Bears 35-24 in an NFC divisional playoff on Jan. 16, 2011.
January 15: Who was Carolina’s head coach when the Panthers defeated the Bears 29-21 in an NFC divisional playoff on Jan. 15, 2006?
John Fox, who would be the Bears coach from 2015-17, led Carolina.
January 14: Who did the Bears defeat in overtime in the NFC divisional playoff game on Jan. 14, 2007?
Robbie Gould’s 49-yard field goal gave the Bears a 27-24 win over the Seahawks.
January 13: How many rushing yards did the Bears have against the Giants in the NFC divisional playoff game on Jan. 13, 1991?
The Bears managed only 27 rushing yards in a 31-3 loss to the Giants.
January 12: How many rushing yards did the Bears have against the Rams in the NFC Championship Game on Jan. 12, 1986?
The Bears were held to 91 rushing yards (the Rams gained only 86 yards).
January 11: Which Bears player became the league’s highest-paid safety?
A $58.4 million contract extension put Eddie Jackson at the top of the heap.
January 10: Who is the only Bears player named all-pro this season?
Kick returner Cordarrelle Patterson.
January 9: What is the only team to reach the playoffs with a losing record in a 16-game season?
The Seattle Seahawks reached the postseason despite finishing 7-9 in 2010.
January 8: Despite a 2-degree wind chill at Soldier Field, which Hall of Fame quarterback torched the Bears for 288 yards and three TDs in a playoff win at Soldier Field on Jan. 8, 1989?
The 49ers’ Joe Montana.
January 7: Which eventual Super Bowl champion beat the Bears 44-15 in a playoff game on Jan. 7, 1995?
The San Francisco 49ers, who would go on to win Super Bowl XXIX.
January 6: Which team shut out the Bears in the NFC Championship Game on Jan. 6, 1985?
The 49ers beat the Bears 23-0.
January 5: Which team was the Bears’ first playoff victim on their march to Super Bowl XX?
The Bears beat the Giants 21-0 on Jan. 5, 1986, at Soldier Field.
January 4: Who is the only player in Bears history to win league MVP?
Walter Payton won the NFL MVP award in 1977 after leading the league in rushing attempts (339), rushing yards (1,852), yards per carry (5.5), rushing touchdowns (14), rushing yards per game (132.3) and yards from scrimmage (2,121).
January 3: A year after winning the Super Bowl, the Bears went 14-2 and were eliminated in the playoffs by which team?
The Bears lost 27-13 to the Redskins at Soldier Field on Jan. 3, 1987.
January 2: Which Bears one-year wonder finished in the top five in NFL receiving yards in 1999?
Marcus Robinson finished fourth in the NFL with 1,400 receiving yards in 1999, trailing only Marvin Harrison, Jimmy Smith and Randy Moss. He would never record more than 55 catches or 738 receiving yards in any of his other eight seasons.
January 1: The Bears rang in the new year with a playoff victory over which former Northwestern coach on Jan. 1, 1995.
The Bears beat Dennis Green and the Minnesota Vikings 35-18.
December 31: Which former Bears assistant led the Eagles into Soldier Field for a playoff game on Dec. 31, 1988?
Former defensive coordinator Buddy Ryan and the Eagles lost to Mike Ditka and the Bears 20-12.
December 30: Which Bears players threw touchdown passes in the team’s 23-19 playoff win over the Redskins on Dec. 30, 1984?
Steve Fuller and Walter Payton.
December 29: The Vikings have appeared in four Super Bowls, but have yet to win one. Which teams did they lose to?
Chiefs, Dolphins, Steelers and Raiders.
December 28: How many career yards does Vikings’ all-time passing leader Fran Tarkenton have?
December 27: What was the result of the Vikings franchise’s first NFL game?
In their NFL debut, the Vikings beat the Bears 37-13 on Sept. 17, 1961, in Minneapolis.
December 26: True or false: The Dallas Cowboys held the Bears to under 100 rushing yards in a playoff game on Dec. 26, 1977.
True. The Bears gained only 81 rushing yards (led by Walter Payton’s 60) in a 37-7 loss to the Cowboys at Texas Stadium.
December 25: When did the Bears last play on Christmas Day?
The Bears lost to the Packers 35-21 on Christmas 2011.
December 24: When did grinchy Philadelphia Eagles fans boo and throw snowballs at Santa Claus?
It happened during a 24-17 loss to the Vikings on Dec. 15, 1968, at Franklin Field in Philadelphia.
December 23: When was the first Vikings-Packers game?
The Packers beat the Vikings 33-7 on Oct. 22, 1961, at Metropolitan Stadium in Minneapolis.
December 22: When did the Dallas Texans move to Kansas City and become the Chiefs?
December 21: The Bears went 12-1 in their 1941 championship season. Who gave them their only loss?
The Green Bay Packers defeated the Bears 16-14 on Nov. 2, 1941, at Wrigley Field.
December 20: Who was the first Kansas City Chief elected to the Hall of Fame?
Owner Lamar Hunt in 1972.
December 19: When did the Kansas City Chiefs win their only Super Bowl title?
The Chiefs defeated the Minnesota Vikings 23-7 in Super Bowl IV on Jan. 11, 1970.
December 18: What is the original name of the Kansas City Chiefs franchise?
The Chiefs were founded as the Dallas Texans.
December 17: Who scored the winning touchdown in what the NFL now calls its first championship game on Dec. 17, 1933?
Bill Karr scored on a 19-yard run in the fourth quarter to give the Bears a 23-21 win over the New York Giants.
December 16: When did the Colts first play in Baltimore as the visiting team?
The Colts lost 38-31 to the Ravens on Nov. 29, 1998.
December 15: Including Sunday’s game at Lambeau Field, how many times have the Bears played the Packers?
Sunday will be the teams’ 200th meeting.
December 14: How many passing yards did Sid Luckman have in the Bears’ 24-14 win over the Giants in the NFL championship game on Dec.15, 1946?
Luckman was 9-of-22 for 144 yards and one touchdown.
December 13: Who defeated the Bears in the NFL championship game on Dec. 13, 1942?
The Washington Redskins won the title 14-6.
December 12: Which Bears player holds the team record for most touchdowns in a single game?
Gale Sayers scored six touchdowns against the 49ers on Dec. 12, 1965.
December 11: Who holds the Bears team record for passing yards in a single game?
Johnny Lujack passed for 468 yards against the Chicago Cardinals on Dec. 12, 1949.
December 10: Which Bears quarterback holds the team record for consecutive completions in a game?
Quarterback Shane Matthews made 15 consecutive completions in the Bears’ 24-17 win over the Patriots on Dec. 10, 2000.
December 9: The Bears defense held the Redskins to how many rushing yards in the 1940 championship game?
The Redskins gained only 5 yards in their 73-0 defeat.
December 8: Who did the Bears defeat in the 1940 NFL championship?
The Bears beat the Redskins 73-0 on Dec. 8, 1940.
December 7: How many receptions did Mike Ditka have for the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl V?
None. The Colts held the future Hall of Famer to zero catches in their 16-13 win over the Cowboys.
December 6: When did Mike Ditka play for the Cowboys?
December 5: What is the Bears’ all-time playoff record against the Cowboys?
December 4: Who won the first Bears-Cowboys game?
The Bears won 17-7 on Nov. 27, 1906.
December 3: Who set the Bears single-game team record with four takeaways vs. the Lions in 1961?
December 2: Who is the Minnesota Vikings’ winningest coach?
Bud Grant (158-96-5)
December 1: Bill Belichick got his first win as an NFL coach in 1991. Which team did he defeat?
Belichick, as coach of the Browns, beat the New England Patriots 20-0.
November 30: The Bears faced a team of college all-stars in the first Chicago College All-Star Game in 1934. What was the result?
The game ended in a scoreless tie.
November 29: Which Bears player has the highest rating in the Madden 20 video game (as of the Nov. 21 update)?
Khalil Mack with a 98 rating
November 28: Decades before “Hard Knocks,” this writer told the story of his attempt to become the Lions’ third-string quarterback in the book “Paper Lion.”
November 27: When did the Lions begin the tradition of playing on Thanksgiving?
1934. They lost to the Bears 19-16
November 26: When did the Cowboys begin playing games on Thanksgiving?
1966. The Cowboys beat the Cleveland Brown 26-14.
November 25: Who was taken with the Ravens’ first-ever draft pick in 1996?
Hall of Fame offensive lineman Jonathan Ogden.
November 24: What is the Bears’ all-time regular-season record against the Giants?
November 23: What former U.S. president is reimagined as a Bears player in the story “Whatever Happened to Gloomy Gus of the Chicago Bears”?
November 22: How many players have rushed for at least 2,000 yards in a season?
Seven. O.J. Simpson, Eric Dickerson, Barry Sanders, Terrell Davis, Jamal Lewis, Chris Johnson and Adrian Peterson.
November 21: Who did the Baltimore Colts play in their NFL debut on Sept. 27, 1953?
The Colts defeated the Bears 13-9.
November 20: Who holds the Bears record for most rushing yards in a single game?
Walter Payton rushed for 275 yards against the Vikings on Nov. 20, 1977.
November 19: Which team has produced the most Super Bowl MVPs?
Seven Dallas Cowboys players have been Super Bowl MVP.
November 18: Where were the Chargers based before moving to San Diego in 1961?
November 17: How many cities have the Rams called home?
Three. Los Angeles, St. Louis and Cleveland.
November 16: When did the Bears last defeat the Rams at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum?
The Bears beat the Rams 17-16 on December 8, 1968.
November 15: Which former Bears player held a title belt in World Championship Wrestling?
Steve McMichael won the United States Championship from Jeff Jarrett in 1997.
November 14: Who holds the Bears record for most extra points made in a single game?
Bob Snyder kicked eight extra points against the Giants on Nov. 14, 1943.
November 13: What was Mitch Trubisky’s nickname in college?
Mr. Biscuit. Trubisky said the wife of one of his coaches at North Carolina mispronounced his name, making it sound like Mr. Biscuit.
November 12: Which Bears player has the most career interceptions returned for touchdowns?
Charles Tillman returned eight interceptions for touchdowns.
November 11: Which sitcom character sold his soul to the devil for a chance to play for the Bears?
Al Bundy of Married ... With Children (played by Ed O’Neill) thought spending time in Hell was worth wearing a Bears uniform.
November 10: Which QB led the Lions to their last playoff victory?
Erik Kramer led the Lions to a 38-6 win over the Cowboys on Jan. 5,1992. Kramer would play for the Bears from 1994 to 1998.
November 9: How many times have 3-5 Bears teams rallied to make the playoffs?
Twice. In 1977 and 1979.
November 8: Which Bears receiver became the first in franchise to record 100 catches in a season?
Marty Booker caught 100 passes for 1,057 yards and eight touchdowns in the 2001 season. He recorded 157 targets, while nobody else on the team had more than 82.
November 7: Who are the only three running backs in Bears history to record three or more 1,000-yard seasons?
Walter Payton, Matt Forte and Neal Anderson. Payton recorded 10 seasons with 1,000-plus yards between 1976-86. Forte recorded five between 2008-14, and Anderson recorded three straight from 1988-90.
November 6: Who led the Bears’ rushing attack in 2001 to beat out LaDainian Tomlinson for NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year?
Rookie running back Anthony Thomas ran for a career-high 1,183 yards as the Bears posted a 13-3 record. Thomas was selected with the 38th overall pick in the 2001 NFL Draft out of Michigan.
November 5: What’s the name of the Bears’ mascot?
Staley the Bear, named after franchise founder A.E. Staley, has been the team’s official mascot since 2003. He’s been pantless for equally as long.
November 4: Which Bears player owns the franchise single-game record with 4.5 sacks?
Richard Dent recorded 4.5 sacks in two separate games against the Los Angeles Raiders, including on this date in 1984. He also did it three years later.
November 3: Who won the first Bears-Eagles playoff game?
The Eagles beat the Bears, 27-17, in the Wild Card Round on Dec. 23, 1979 at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia. Walter Payton scored two touchdowns but the Bears blew a 17-10 halftime lead.
November 2: In which Will Ferrell movie did Mike Ditka play himself?
“Da Coach” played himself in the 2005 film “Kicking and Screaming” as the neighbor to Will Ferrell’s character and nemesis.
November 1: Who is the only Bears player to ever appear on the cover of a console video game?
Brian Urlacher adorned the cover of NFL 2K3, which was made by the developer behind the current powerhouse NBA 2K franchise. No other Bears player has made it onto a video game cover.
October 31: Which two Bears legends had their numbers retired together on Halloween in 1994?
Gale Sayers (No. 40) and Dick Butkus (No. 50) had their numbers retired together in a halftime ceremony during the Bears’ 33-6 loss to the Packers on Oct. 31, 1994.
October 30: When did the Bears first adopt the wishbone-style “C” logo that’s been a longtime staple of their helmets?
The Bears first started using the famous wishbone-style “C” logo in 1962 after other teams had started adding logos to their helmets. It was originally all-white with a dark blue border.
October 29: Who was the first Bears quarterback in franchise history to throw for 3,000 yards in a season?
Billy Wade set a then-franchise record by throwing for 3,172 yards during the 1962 season. It would be another 33 years before Erik Kramer set a new high mark.
October 28: Who did the Bears play in their first “Monday Night Football” game 49 years ago?
The Bears and Lions faced off Oct. 5, 1970 in just the third-ever “Monday Night Football” matchup. The Lions won, 28-14, at Tiger Stadium in Detroit.
October 27: When was the first Bears-Chargers game?
The first Bears-Chargers game was held Oct. 18, 1970 in San Diego. Gary Garrison caught two touchdown passes in the Chargers’ 20-7 victory.
October 26: Who won the first Walter Payton Man of the Year Award?
Cris Carter of the Minnesota Vikings won the first Walter Payton Man of the Year award, which was renamed for the Bears great in 1999.
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