2013 Record: 6-6
The Bears' 2013 season started great with wins over the Cincinatti Bengles, Minnesota Vikings, and Pittsburgh Steelers, beginning their season 3-0 for the first time since their NFC Championship team in 2010. Mark Trestman coached his first game as the Bears' head coach against the Bengals and was vistorious thanks to the Bears' resiliency and a great second half. None of the Bears' victories this year have been easy wins by any means, but that's nothing Bears fans aren't used to. The explosive defense is still swarming to the ball creating havoc in the form of fumble-causing punches while the offense continues to pound the ground game and open up the secondary with their athletic receivers.
The Bears' offensive attack relies on Brandon Marshall who had a career, and franchise best, 1,508 receiving yards last year, as well as Matt Forte, Martellus Bennett, and Jay's second wide-out option, Alshon Jeffery who has made leaps and bounds in terms of his affectiveness in the offense. The absence of Urlacher has yet to really be felt as Briggs and a combination of Jon Bostic and James Anderson has sufficed. Issues however have risen in the trenches for the Bears as both Henry Melton and Nate Collins have ACL tears and are out for the season. The defense has some adjustments to make as they try to overcome their injuries. The secondary has been as strong as its always been, although Tillman has had knee issues and sat out the Giants game but will be back in week 7. There are still many great seats left for all the action at Soldier Field, get the best deals and seats here at Gold Coast Tickets! Also, check out this VIP Tailgate sponsored by Corporate Tailgate for the Bears/Cowboys and Bears/Packers home games > Chicago Bears VIP Tailgate Passes