The Bears' disappointing 2016 season mercifully came to an end Sunday with an ugly 38-10 loss to the Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium.
The inability to contain Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins or protect the ball led to another disappointing loss for the Bears in their home finale Saturday at Soldier Field.
The Bears rallied from a 27-10 deficit to tie Sunday's game against the Packers, but fell in the final seconds to a 32-yard field goal.
The Bears turned a 13-3 deficit into a 17-13 lead in the fourth quarter Sunday in Detroit. But Matthew Stafford's 7-yard touchdown run with 3:17 to play lifted the Lions to a 20-17 win at Ford Field.
Jordan Howard rushed for a career-high three touchdowns to help lead the Bears to a 26-6 comeback win Sunday over the San Francisco 49ers at snowy Soldier Field.
The Bears were on the cusp of completing the greatest fourth-quarter comeback in their 96-year history Sunday against the Titans. But they dropped the ball, literally and figuratively.
The Bears blew a 16-6 lead in surrendering 16 unanswered points in a frustrating 22-16 loss to the Giants Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
The Bears followed their best game of the season with one of their worst, committing five turnovers in an embarrassing 36-10 loss to the Buccaneers in Tampa.
Fueled by an inspired defense and efficient offense, the Bears snapped a three-game losing streak with an impressive 20-10 win over the Minnesota Vikings Monday night at Soldier Field.
After taking a 10-6 lead early in the second half, the Bears allowed Aaron Rodgers to throw three short touchdown passes as the Packers rallied for a 26-10 win.
The Bears blew a 16-7 lead by allowing 10 points in a 2:10 span late in the fourth quarter in a shocking 17-16 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday at Soldier Field.
The Bears rallied to erase a fourth-quarter deficit Sunday in Indianapolis, but dropped to 1-4 as the Colts staged a late comeback of their own en route to a 29-23 victory.
Backed by a resilient offense and a defense that not did allow a touchdown, the Bears recorded their first win of the season Sunday with a 17-14 victory over the Detroit Lions.
A miserable first-half performance Monday night in Dallas doomed the Bears in a 31-17 loss to the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium.
The Bears showed some signs of progress early in their home opener Monday night, but all positive vibes dissipated in the second half of a 29-14 loss to the Eagles.