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Chicago Bears Schedules & All Time Playoff Record

The Chicago Bears have played 1313 regular season games in their existence, compiling a record of 721 wins and 553 losses and 39 ties, and their postseason history has consisted of 35 games in which they have won 17 and lost 18. You can find the complete Chicago Bears schedule and results for every regular season and postseason game in their entire 95 year history. Relive the memorable games from the Bears history and browse the results from the most recent season as well as every historical one.
All Time Chicago Bears Postseason Record
  Wins Losses Ties
Chicago Bears 17 18 0
 
Most Recent Chicago Bears Postseason Games
, NFC Conference Championship Green Bay Packers 21 @ Chicago Bears 14 Game Stats
, NFC Divisional Playoff Seattle Seahawks 24 @ Chicago Bears 35 Game Stats
, Super Bowl Indianapolis Colts 29 @ Chicago Bears 17 Game Stats
, NFC Conference Championship New Orleans Saints 14 @ Chicago Bears 39 Game Stats
, NFC Divisional Playoff Seattle Seahawks 24 @ Chicago Bears 27 Game Stats
 
Chicago Bears Championship Games
, Super Bowl Indianapolis Colts 29 @ Chicago Bears 17 Game Stats
, Super Bowl Chicago Bears 46 @ New England Patriots 10 Game Stats
, NFL Championship New York Giants 10 @ Chicago Bears 14  
, Championship Chicago Bears 7 @ New York Giants 47  
, NFL Championship Chicago Bears 24 @ New York Giants 14  
, Championship Washington Redskins 21 @ Chicago Bears 41  
, Championship Chicago Bears 6 @ Washington Redskins 14  
, Championship New York Giants 9 @ Chicago Bears 37  
, Championship Chicago Bears 73 @ Washington Redskins 0  
, Championship Washington Redskins 28 @ Chicago Bears 21  
, Championship Chicago Bears 13 @ New York Giants 30  
, Championship New York Giants 21 @ Chicago Bears 23  
 
 
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