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4/17/14 - The Chicago Bears' preseason schedule is set, with their first two games taking place at Soldier Field. The exhibition opener will bring Philadelphia to Chi-town in Week 1, followed by a visit from the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 2 (Aug 14). The first game should be a doozy, considering the Eagles routed the Bears in their last competition (December), and subsequently blew their shot at the postseason. Chicago will hit the road for their final two preseason matchups: Week 3 against defending Super Bowl champions, the Seattle Seahawks, followed by the traditional Week 4 finale at Cleveland on Aug 28. With Julius Peppers out, the Chicago Bears stepped up and bagged DE Jared Allen and Lamarr Houston in the offseason—now, on to find another fan favorite since the departure of the Windy City Flyer (Hester).
2/12/14 – The biggest news following the Bears 8-8 season, is the signing of QB Jay Cutler to a seven-year contract. In 2013, Cutler missed six games due to injury but did play well the rest of the season under new coach Marc Testman. His backup, Josh McCown, led the Bears to a 3-2 record in his five starts compiling 13 TDs and just one interception in Cutler’s absence. In addition to Cutler, the Chicago Bears secured a four-year deal with OG Matt Slauson and CB Tim Jennings. Will the potential Hard Knocks team be able to improve on their .500 campaign last season? The Chicago Bears schedule in 2014 is the second most difficult in the division and includes non-divisional matchups against the New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Bucs, Dallas Cowboys, Buffalo Bills, and Miami Dolphins at Soldier Field.
12/23/13 - The Chicago Bears were routed by the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, 11-54. Jay Cutler and company looked nothing like the playoff potential team of previous weeks, and ranked the worst game in franchise history in touchdowns allowed. Chicago could have clinched the division title (granted losses from the Lions and Packers) but now, the Bears have put themselves in a tight spot. Chicago must regain focus for Week 17’s do-or-die NFC North showdown against their longtime rivals, the Green Bay Packers. Chicago Bears tickets are the second most in-demand of the week, at $409 on average and $146 to get in for an epic win-or-go-home regular season finale.
12/16/13 - The Chicago Bears have moved up to first in the NFC North with yesterday’s 38-31 win over the Cleveland Browns. Despite mounting pressure from Josh McCown’s glowing play and a shaky start to the day with two early picks, Jay Cutler persevered in his first start in over a month, throwing 3 TDs and carrying his team to victory. Depending on the outcome of tonight’s Ravens vs. Lions game, the Bears may end up tied with Detroit for the division crown, so, Chicago’s match against the Philadelphia Eagles this Sunday is a must-win. Chicago Bears tickets are $199 on average, but you can get-in for a mere $7—the lowest price of the week!
12/10/13 - The Chicago Bears destroyed the Dallas Cowboys (45-28) last night and are now tied with the Detroit Lions atop the NFC North, a great present for the guest of honor, Mike “Da Coach” Ditka. Josh McCown had another stellar performance: throwing 4 TDs, one rushing, posting a league-leading total QBR rating (85.7) and becoming the first Bears QB to have three straight 300-yard games. Chicago scored on their first 8 possessions and never looked back, thanks to Brandon Marshall, Matt Forte and another highlight-reel catch from Alshon Jeffrey. Next week, Da Boys travels to Cleveland to take on the Browns. Chicago Bears tickets are just $10 to get-in, a must-win game to keep Lions and looming Packers at bay!
12/3/13- Despite playing a remarkable game by the numbers, the Bears lost to the Minnesota Vikings in overtime, 20-23, for Chicago's third loss in four games. Negating the astounding 249 receiving yards by Alshon Jeffrey, 120 running from Matt Forte, and 355 passing from Josh McCown, special teams determined the final score. The usually flawless Robbie Gould missed a 47-yard kick, while the Vike’s Blair Walsh sunk the game-winning field goal to clinch the W. Jay Cutler stated his “goal” was to return to face the Dallas Cowboys for the next Monday Night Football matchup, so stay tuned Chi-Town! Chicago Bears tickets the second priciest of the week anticipating Jay Cutler’s preemptive return, at $313 on average and $65 minimum.
11/25/13 - The Chicago Bears were run over by the St. Louis Rams defense in Sunday' loss, 21-42, missing the opportunity to take the lead in the NFC North. Josh McCown snapped his three game win-streak as a starter, even though he threw a career third-best in total yardage. It wasn't enough, as the Bears' were stifled by 13 penalties, and a season-high 111 loss in yards, resulting in the two touchdowns by Hester and Marshall that were called back. Next week, the Bears will travel to Minnesota to face division opponents, the Vikings, on Sunday. Chicago Bears tickets for the NFC North showdown are $48 at the lowest and $162 on average.
11/18/13 - The Chicago Bears outlasted a daunting storm and defending Super Bowl champions, the Baltimore Ravens, at Soldier Field yesterday. The always-loyal Chicago faithful weathered through a deluge of rain and 2 hour-long delay, and it paid off: the Bears came up 23-20. Stirring up some QB controversy—the team is 3-0 in Josh McCown’s last three starts, winning Sunday’s game in overtime 23-10 on Robbie Gould’s kick. The breakout backup whole-heartedly rejects the idea of replacing Jay Cutler, but will presumably start again in Week 12. Chicago Bears tickets are $177 on average and $43 at the lowest.
11/12/13 - The Chicago Bears have missed their chance for first place in the NFC North, after their Sunday loss to the Detroit Lions (21-19). Jay Cutler, back from his groin injury, may have made an appearance too soon, as the Bears’ offensive line was obliterated all day, derailing any playmaking stakes and leaving him vulnerable (11 hits). Cutler eventually hobbled off the field in the fourth, replaced by the trusty Josh McCown who nearly rallied the team to victory. The starting QB will be out when the Bears host the Baltimore Ravens on a high ankle sprain, but how will McCown fare? Chicago Bears tickets are a lofty $298 on average for Sunday's highly anticipated match.
11/5/13 - The Chicago Bears maximized on the absence of Aaron Rodgers on Monday Night Football, ousting the Green Bay Packers 27-20. The Bears were the underdogs for MNF, with Jay Cutler still recovering, but when Aaron Rodgers left the game in the first from a fractured collarbone, Chicago turned up the heat. In what was a truly cohesive team effort, backup QB Josh McCown connected with his receivers for two TD passes and accomplished a great game: Brandon Marshall had seven catches and a TD, Matt Forte ran for 125 yards and one TD and Alshon Jeffrey had five catches and one TD. From one rival to the next: the Chicago Bears are pitted against the Detroit Lions in Week 10 to determine who will top their division (the teams are currently tied at 5-3). Tickets for the NFC North showdown are some of the priciest of the week, at $323 on average, and $75 at the lowest.
10/29/13 - The Chicago Bears will be coming out of their bye week to face division opponents, the Green Bay Packers, at Lambeau Field. The primary concern for Chicago lies in the quarterback position, as Jay Cutler is still weeks away from fully healing his torn groin muscle, sustained in what turned out to be a perilous Week 7. In his place, Josh McCown will start, and the Bears just signed veteran Jordan Palmer to add depth. Both teams, beleaguered with injuries, will go head to head under Monday Night lights in Week 9, and many are excited to see the NFC North titans duke it out, as ticket demand is high. Chicago Bears tickets are the second highest in the league this week, at $128 to get in and $241 on average.
10/22/13 - The Chicago Bears had a rough Sunday. Not only did they lose to the Washington Redskins, 41-45, but starting quarterback and lifeline of the team, Jay Cutler, gingerly limped off the field in the first half of the game after taking a hit from Washington defensive end Chris Baker. Fortunately, the torn groin muscle Cutler sustained is not season ending, but he will be out for four weeks, putting an end to the best start of his career yet, with a passer rating over 90.0 in five of six games. Luckily for the Bears, they have a solid backup QB 11-year veteran Josh McCown, who jumped in and played commendably against the Redskins, completing 14 of 20 passes for 204 yards, no interceptions and one touchdown. All star running back Matt Forte (3 rushing TDs on Sunday) and company will try to weather midseason without their quarterback and maintain playoff hopes, but first, the injury laden team will enjoy their bye week before coming back in Week 9 to play the Green Bay Packers for Monday Night Football.
10/15/13 - The Chicago Bears held out 27-21 over a desperate New York Giants squad at Soldier Field on Thursday. With integral defensive tackle Stephen Paea rejoining the team for Week 7, the front four will gain more coverage and be able to put much needed pressure on opposition QBs, a weak spot for the Bears in recent games. The Bears defense has continued to struggle due to the injuries of key tackles Henry Melton and Nate Collins, and now 10th year veteran linebacker D.J. Williams is out for the season. Conversely, the offense has been stunning, with Jay Cutler at the helm, scrambling 20-yards, throwing 262 yards, no interceptions and 2 TDs on Thursday. The Bears also finished 100 yards rushing, including productive performances from running backs Michael Bush and Tony Fiametta who don't often have the opportunity to play the ball. With a little more time to freshen up from Thursday night’s game, Chicago next plays RGIII and the Washington Redskins on the road. Chicago Bears tickets are a modest $32 to get in, and $165 on average.
10/8/13 - Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears endured a crushing defeat at the hands of the New Orleans Saints for their second loss in a row this season. Jay Cutler performed well; throwing 24 of 33 for 358 yards with no interceptions and two touchdowns, and Alshon Jeffery caught 10 passes for a whopping 218 receiving yards. Although the team numbers looked good, the Bears’ defense were run over by the monster Saints’ duo of remarkable tight end Jimmy Graham and quarterback Drew Brees, who won his first game at Soldier field on Sunday. In addition, the Bears lost yet another starting defensive tackle, Nate Collins, to a torn ACL in the third quarter, who will now be out for the season. On the up side, Chicago will stay at home to play the New York Giants next, a game that should secure a victory for the stung Bears, who will not want to go .500 after starting the season 3-0. Chicago Bears tickets at Soldier field against Eli Manning and G-Men are the third highest priced game of Week 6, averaging $303 but is the cheapest remaining Chicago Bears home game remaining.
10/1/13 - The Chicago Bears suffered a disappointing loss against the Detroit Lions, who beat them 32-40 on Sunday, ending their winning streak. Things are not immediately going to get any easier for the Bears; they’ll have to shake off their jarring defeat if they are looking to overcome the red hot New Orleans Saints, a still unbeaten team. The Detroit Lions’ offense ran all over the Bear’s defense, with running back Reggie Bush’s 18 carries for 139 yards. Jay Cutler played an atrocious game with poorly read, inaccurate passes, surmounting in 4 turnovers. The Bear’s are hoping that their dumbfounding defeat is an anomaly, and just a divergence from their previous tremendous 3-0 record. To watch the Chicago Bears try and get their stride back, tickets are $176 to get in and average a steep $462. Chicago Bears tickets at Soldier Field against New Orleans are the highest priced of Week 5.
9/24/13 - Jay Cutler, despite laying a questionable hit on Steelers cornerback Robert Golden on Sunday, has stoically led the Chicago Bears to victory yet again. The Bears have remained undefeated thus far, and much can be attributed to an outstanding and aggressive defense; however, they have just lost vital defensive tackle Henry Melton to a torn ACL, which will put a significant gap in their defensive line. Nevertheless, their last game against the Steelers displayed that they are just as strong on the road as they are at Soldier Field. The Chicago Bears will try to clinch another away game victory when they visit Detroit to face the Lions. The average ticket for this Sunday’s NFC North battle averages at $122.
Chicago Bears 2014 Season
The Chicago Bears missed the NFL Playoffs
last year despite starting the season 7-1. The Lovie Smith era came to a close and Chicago is looking forward with a new coach, Marc Trestman, and optimism that their QB Jay Cutler has a new attitude on the field. The announcement of Brian Urlacher retiring from the NFL may have the most impact to the Chicago Bears roster this season. After 13 seasons with the Bears, the organization will now look to linebacker Lance Briggs
Although Bears tickets have dropped 20% on the secondary market in the last six weeks, Chicago remains the second most expensive team in the NFL behind the New England Patriots. Chicago Bears tickets were the fourth most expensive ticket in the League last year, averaging $303 — $105 cheaper than the average Bears ticket in 2013.
Four of the top ten most expensive games in the NFL this season will be played at Soldier Field. The most expensive on the Bears schedule will be played against the Dallas Cowboys. The Chicago Bears vs. Dallas Cowboys game is averaging $454 and is also the most expensive Monday Night Football game in 2013. It was announced last month that the Bears would retire Mike Ditka’s jersey during halftime of this December 9 game. The second most expensive Chicago Bears game will be against the Green Bay Packers. The Bears vs. Packers rivalry matchup is averaging $439. Of its NFC North division matchups, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions tickets (avg. $379) are the cheapest. Bears vs. Vikings tickets are averaging $404.