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2006 Chicago Bears Schedule

The 2006 Chicago Bears schedule produced a record of 13 wins and 3 losses, and a trip to the playoffs where they beat the Seahawks and Saints but lost to the Colts. They had regular season wins against the Bills, Packers, Lions, Vikings, Cardinals, 49ers, Giants, Jets, Rams, Buccaneers and Seahawks and losses against the Dolphins, Patriots and Packers. View the 2006 Bears complete schedule game by game.
2006 Chicago Bears Preseason Schedule
1 Chicago Bears 14 @ San Francisco 49ers 28 Game Stats
2 San Diego Chargers 3 @ Chicago Bears 24 Game Stats
3 Arizona Cardinals 23 @ Chicago Bears 16 Game Stats
4 Chicago Bears 20 @ Cleveland Browns 7 Game Stats
2006 Chicago Bears Schedule (Record: 13 - 3 - 0)
1 Chicago Bears 26 @ Green Bay Packers 0 Game Stats
2 Detroit Lions 7 @ Chicago Bears 34 Game Stats
3 Chicago Bears 19 @ Minnesota Vikings 16 Game Stats
4 Seattle Seahawks 6 @ Chicago Bears 37 Game Stats
5 Buffalo Bills 7 @ Chicago Bears 40 Game Stats
6 Chicago Bears 24 @ Arizona Cardinals 23 Game Stats
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8 San Francisco 49ers 10 @ Chicago Bears 41 Game Stats
9 Miami Dolphins 31 @ Chicago Bears 13 Game Stats
10 Chicago Bears 38 @ New York Giants 20 Game Stats
11 Chicago Bears 10 @ New York Jets 0 Game Stats
12 Chicago Bears 13 @ New England Patriots 17 Game Stats
13 Minnesota Vikings 13 @ Chicago Bears 23 Game Stats
14 Chicago Bears 42 @ St. Louis Rams 27 Game Stats
15 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31 @ Chicago Bears 34 Game Stats
16 Chicago Bears 26 @ Detroit Lions 21 Game Stats
17 Green Bay Packers 26 @ Chicago Bears 7 Game Stats
2006 Chicago Bears Postseason Schedule
NFC Divisional Playoff
Seattle Seahawks 24 @ Chicago Bears 27 Game Stats
NFC Conference Championship
New Orleans Saints 14 @ Chicago Bears 39 Game Stats
Super Bowl
Indianapolis Colts 29 @ Chicago Bears 17 Game Stats
 
 
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