A Look at the Chicago Bears
The Chicago Bears are a professional American football team based in Chicago. They compete in the National Football League and are members of the North division. This team was founded in 1960. They are coached by Tom Thibodeau and play their home games at Soldier Field. They have won five division championships and have made it to the Super Bowl two years running. They have won three Super Bowls. Here’s a look at the history of the team and what it’s all about.
The Bears needed some offense and they needed a player to play on the practice squad. They looked at Rodney Adams, a former fifth-round pick from the Minnesota Vikings. He had a connection with Justin Fields, who was a teammate of Smith. However, the Bears selected ISAIAH COULTER instead. This move will give the team a much-needed veteran presence on defense. As a result, the Bears should have a much better team than they were when Smith went down.
The Chicago Bears finished the 1970 and 1969 seasons last in their division. After that season, the Bears drafted Walter Payton from Jackson State University. He made an immediate impact on the game. His great play earned him the NFL MVP Award. In the 1984 season, he eclipsed Jim Brown’s NFL career rushing record, but it took Emmitt Smith to break the mark in 2002. The legendary “Sweetness” made his fans love him even more.