Chicago Bears Tickets
Led by coach John Fox, the Chicago Bears are certainly ready to enter their 97th season in the NFL. The success of Jeremy Langford at the running back position is sure to give the entire team an additional boost. Starting the NFL regular season off against the Philadelphia Eagles at Soldier Field promises to be just the way to get thousands of Bears fans cheering. Don’t sit this year out. Join the sea of orange and blue in cheering on the team. This division is wide-open and available for any team to grab, shaping the upcoming season to be an exciting one. Tickets are on sale now for Soldier Field—claim yours today!
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Chicago Bears Ticket Information
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With the second-worst record in the NFC at 3-9, the NFC Central bottom-dwelling Chicago Bears won’t be playing in the postseason this year. The team hopes to finish the season on a high note and prepare for 2017, starting this Sunday at Detroit.
Last week, the Bears took down struggling San Francisco 26-6. The victory put an end to a three-game losing streak. Entering the contest, Chicago had lost six of its previous seven games. The Bears got a nice balanced effort in their win over the 49ers. Running back Jordan Howard scored three times on the ground and recorded 117 yards rushing. Meanwhile, the defense was terrific, surrendering a mere six net yards passing.
The Chicago Bears simply can’t catch a break this year. After dealing with various quarterback injuries and issues through the first few weeks of the season, it looked as though the Bears would finally have some semblance of the opening day roster ready to go. That was before Jay Cutler suffered what is likely to be a season-ending shoulder injury during the team’s week 11 game against the Giants. With Alshon Jeffrey out for another few weeks and plenty of other players currently ailing, most Chicago football fans are just begging for the season to come to an end. Fortunately, the Bears host the San Francisco 49ers, a team with an even worse record, on December 4. Tickets for that game start as low as $53.
The Chicago Bears went into their game against the Minnesota Vikings on October 31 with high hopes of getting out of the three-game losing streak they were riding on. They knew that they were going to have to be on point offensively because the Vikings defense is incredibly tough. This was also a big game because the Bears starting quarterback, Jay Cutler was back in the game. He was able to complete 20 of 31 passes, totaling 252 yards for the Bears. With all of those yards and some good defense, the Bears were able to complete the 20-10 win over the Vikings. Get your tickets today to see if they can keep up the good work now that Cutler is back.
Although the city has largely been consumed with the Cubs’ reentrance into the World Series for the first time in decades, Chicago has another professional sports team that earned a big victory this week. Taking advantage of the Minnesota Vikings’ free fall, the Chicago Bears bested the top ten team 20-10 Monday night to nab their second victory of the season. Offensively and defensively, the Bears played extremely well, and even Jay Cutler, who has been criticized this season, seemed more energetic than ever. The Bears will have the week off for a bye (hopefully they’ll get to spend some of that time celebrating a World Series win for their city), but will be back on Nov. 13 against the Buccaneers.
The Chicago Bears are now officially one of the worst teams in the league after sliding even further to a 1 - 6 record last weekend. Fans were worried about the clash against formidable rivals the Green Bay Packers, particularly because Lambeau Field was the host. Their suspicions were confirmed when Green Bay took the early lead in the first quarter. They proceeded to match the Bears’ scored in the second and third quarters before running away with the lead in the fourth. Aaron Rodgers and the Pack took home the victory 26 - 10. Chicago now has Monday Night Football duties against the Minnesota Vikings on Halloween. Tickets are $59 and up.
The Chicago Bears narrowly lost to the Jaguars on October 16, adding yet another loss to their 1-5 record. The Bears had a solid 13-0 lead going into the fourth quarter. However, they gave up 17 points and only managed 3 more in the fourth to lose the game. Blake Bortles completed 20 of 33 passes for a total of 271 yards and one touchdown. Chris Ivory scored a rushing touchdown and had a total of 32 yards rushing on 11 carries. The Bears head to Wisconsin to play the Packers on Thursday, October 20, and then will be back home to host the Vikings on October 31. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $57.
After a heartbreaking Week 5 loss, the Chicago Bears failed to move up in the power rankings this week. Stuck at No. 30, the 1-4 record is practically a death sentence to any hopes of reaching the playoffs that the Bears might have had. Down by six with a minute to go, Chicago had an opportunity to score but failed to convert on fourth down, losing to the Colts 29-23 in Sunday’s match. In Week 6, the Bears will host the Jacksonville Jaguars at Soldier Field, and they can use all the support they can get. Come cheer them on this Sunday, Oct. 16, as they try to turn their season around! Tickets can be purchased for $85 and up.
After suffering an ankle sprain, the Chicago Bears have placed Kevin White on the injured reserve list, a move which makes an already difficult season even more complicated. Dealing with injured players is just one of the difficulties facing the Bears, who beat the Lions 17-13 in Week 4 but are just 1-3 so far on the season. The team will rely on receivers Cam Meredith and Josh Bellamy to pick up some of the slack until Brown can return. For Week 5, Chicago will head to Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana, to face the Colts this Sunday, Oct. 9. Tickets are available now starting at $107 for high end zone seats.
The Chicago Bears are now 0 - 3 after losing to the Dallas Cowboys last weekend, even as their opponents were playing without star quarterback Tony Romo. Chicago also lost one of its own players during the game in running back Jeremy Langford, who left with an injury and drastically hurt the Bears’ offense. Fans are no doubt worried after the dismal performance on the road, however the Bears will be back at Soldier Field this Sunday to host rivals the Detroit Lions. This is a clash you won’t want to miss, no matter what the rankings are. Tickets to Sunday’s game are available for prices starting as low as $99.
The Chicago Bears lost in their home opener to the Eagles 29-14 on September 19, making their season record so far 0-2. Quarterback Jay Cutler experienced a right hand injury during the third quarter, which occurred right as the game went from a two-point game to the Bears trailing by more than two touchdowns. During his almost three complete quarters on the field, Cutler threw for 157 yards, completing 12 of 17 passes. Brian Hoyer replaced Cutler, completing 9 of 12 passes and threw for 78 yards. The team faces the Cowboys in Dallas next on September 25 and will be looking to turn things around. You can still get your tickets for $34 and up.
New Chicago Bears wide receiver Kevin White made his NFL debut Sunday night, and it went about as well as expected, not great but also not terrible. A miscommunication between White and quarterback Jay Cutler caused an interception in the third quarter that threw the Chicago Bears off track. Although White strained a hamstring in the preseason, coaches are chalking up the mistakes to a plain and simple lack of experience. White and the rest of the Bears will play their next game at home this Monday, Sept. 19. Soldier Field in the Windy City is a great place to watch an NFL game, and we have a great variety of tickets on sale now! Prices start at $101 for seats in the grandstand.
The Chicago Bears are ready to take on the Houston Texans for the official start to their 2016 season on September 11. The Bears will look to improve their offense this season and are looking to some key veterans to complete this mission. Receiver Eddie Royal and tight end Zach Miller are back after missing the preseason due to concussions. The team has also added guard Josh Sitton, who was recently released from the Packers. The Bears also added tight end Logan Paulsen, who was released from the Redskins. As the team makes last minute preparations to the start of the season, you can still get tickets for the season opener in Houston for prices starting at $29.
It’s the young players that are catching the eyes of the Chicago Bears coaching staff recently, and for good reason. At just 24 years old, receiver Kevin White was the first-round pick for the Bears in 2015, but didn’t play much last season. Despite only getting 12 yards on three catches so far in the preseason, Coach John Fox is pleased with how White has progressed. Running back Jordan Howard is also young, and as a rookie has 20 carries and 66 yards in three preseason games. Hopefully, the team’s young roster will be an asset as the Bears begin regular season play on Sunday, Sept. 11, against Houston. Pick up great tickets from us today!
The Chicago Bears needed an offseason to recoup from their crumby season, but everything hasn’t gone according to plans. The Bears have had a lot of injuries and have had to shuffle their offense around quite a bit. Jay Cutler, the Bears quarterback, doesn’t seem to be worried about it though. Cutler seems to be taking the changes with an optimistic attitude, but it will be interesting to see if the Bears can pull off wins without running plays together over and over again. The Bears start their regular season on August 27 against the Kansas City Chiefs. Get your tickets today. They start at $24 each and make their way up to $199.
The Chicago Bears as well as their fans are no doubt still recovering from the massacre that was last week’s loss against Super Bowl champions the Denver Broncos. Now, they are bracing for even more bad news. Starting wide receiver and reliable score-maker, Alshon Jeffery, seems to be more hampered than originally suspected by a hamstring injury. This does not bode well for Cutler, who is already struggling to make connections with his core of receivers. Whether they are ready or not, the Bears will have to regroup for next Saturday’s showdown with the Kansas City Chiefs. Tickets to the upcoming game are available starting at prices $29 and up.
Is it too early to call them the Chicago Bad News Bears? Jay Cutler and company had a less than impressive 2016 - 2017 debut against Super Bowl Champions the Denver Broncos on Thursday. In fact, the Chicago team was completely shut out. Denver took home the win and all the confidence with a final score of 22 - 0. This was thanks to quarterback Mark Sanchez and the Denver defense, who scored a touchdown of their own. Cutler, on the other hand, threw an interception before being pulled from the game. The Bears will now attempt to regroup before next Saturday’s meeting with the Kansas City Chiefs. Tickets to that game are $29 and up.
Bears fans haven’t had all that much to smile about in the last few years, but in an NFC North division that is up for grabs, there’s no reason not to be optimistic. As September approaches, one of the big questions for the Chicago Bears will be how to keep Alshon Jeffrey healthy and on the field this season. Cutler gets most of the criticism, but the health of his best target has a lot to do with how the quarterback plays. Chicago plays two preseason games at home, first against the Manning-less Denver Broncos on August 11, and then the new AFC West favorite Chiefs on August 27. Bears vs. Broncos tickets start at $34, and Bears vs. Chiefs seats start as low as $33.
The training room is often a busy place when the NFL season is in full swing, but Kevin White of the Chicago Bears is spending plenty of time there this offseason. After missing every single game and pre-game last year due to a stress fracture in his leg, White is anxious to get ready to play some downs come August and is working with trainers and doctors to make sure he is ready. With practices officially underway, White and the rest of the Bears are hoping for a change in their luck this year. Get a glimpse of what is to come with Chicago’s opener on Aug. 11 against the Broncos. Tickets can be purchased today for $28 and up.
Chicago Bears Matchups
Bears vs Lions Tickets
Bears vs Lions is a rivalry that has been around since the teams first met in 1930 when the Lions were known as the Portsmouth Spartans out of Ohio. The Bears may’ve lost that first game but they have most certainly dominated the series since then having an overall record of 96-71-5. That record means they have an astounding 25 game overall advantage over their Midwestern neighbors to the north. The rivalry is also unique in that it is the longest-running annual series in the NFL as both teams have met at least once a season since 1930. The Bears know that if they’re going to take the division behind Jay Cutler and the crew they’ll need to be ready to host the Lions on October 2nd at Soldier Field in Chicago.
Bears vs Packers Tickets
Bears vs Packers is an astounding rivalry as it is the league’s most played with 192 meetings overall dating back to November 27th, 1921. The Bears have the winning record against the Packers over all that time with a 94-92-6 record heading into the 2016 season. While the Packers have dominated the rivalry lately who can forget Chicago’s stunning upset of the Packers last year on Thanksgiving night before a nationwide audience? If the Bears are to make a run at the NFC North division title they’ll need to be ready as they play host to the Packers on December 18th at Soldier Field in Chicago.
Bears vs Vikings Tickets
Bears vs Vikings represents a natural geographic rivalry as only a 6-hour drive holds these two teams apart. Having played each other 110 times since 1961 the Bears and Vikings have seen some exciting games, including Chicago’s postseason victory over the Vikings in 1995. The Bears have had the edge in the past decade with a 7-5 overall record dating back to 2010. If the Bears are to rally around Jay Cutler for the NFC North title they’ll need to be ready as they host the Vikings on Monday Night Football Halloween night at Soldier Field in Chicago.
Chicago Bears Schedule, Game Times & TV Channels
Need to know when the Chicago Bears are playing this season? Razorgator has you covered with the complete 2016 Chicago Bears schedule, including dates, opponents, game times and TV channels.
|1||Sun, Sep 11||@ Houston||1:00 PM FOX|
|2||Mon, Sep 19||vs Philadelphia||8:30 PM ESPN/WatchESPN|
|3||Sun, Sep 25||@ Dallas||8:30 PM NBC|
|4||Sun, Oct 2||vs Detroit||1:00 PM FOX|
|5||Sun, Oct 9||@ Indianapolis||1:00 PM FOX|
|6||Sun, Oct 16||vs Jacksonville||1:00 PM CBS|
|7||Thu, Oct 20||@ Green Bay||8:25 PM CBS|
|8||Mon, Oct 31||vs Minnesota||8:30 PM ESPN/WatchESPN|
|9||BYE WEEK|| || |
|10||Sun, Nov 13||@ Tampa Bay||1:00 PM FOX|
|11||Sun, Nov 20||@ New York||1:00 PM FOX|
|12||Sun, Nov 27||vs Tennessee||1:00 PM CBS|
|13||Sun, Dec 4||vs San Francisco||1:00 PM FOX|
|14||Sun, Dec 11||@ Detroit||1:00 PM FOX|
|15||Sun, Dec 18||vs Green Bay||1:00 PM FOX|
|16||Sat, Dec 24||vs Washington||1:00 PM FOX|
|17||Sun, Jan 1||@ Minnesota||1:00 PM FOX|