Who was Chicago Bears QB in 2005?

Who was Chicago Bears QB in 2005?

Kyle Orton

Pos Player Summary of Player Stats
Offensive Starters
QB Kyle Orton 190 for 368, 1,869 yards, 9 td, 13 int, & 24 rushes for 44 yards and 0 td
RB Thomas Jones 314 rushes for 1,335 yards, 9 td, & 26 catches for 143 yards and 0 td
FB Bryan Johnson 1 rush for 5 yards, 0 td, & 5 catches for 15 yards and 0 td

What was the Chicago Bears worst season?

In the 1969 season, the franchise posted their worst regular season record with a 1–13 showing.

Who did the Chicago Bears draft in 2005?

2005 Chicago Bears draft

Round Pick Player
1 4 Cedric Benson
2 39 Mark Bradley
4 106 Kyle Orton
5 140 Airese Currie

Who did the Bears lose to in 2006?

2006 Chicago Bears season
Division place 1st NFC North
Playoff finish Won Divisional Playoffs (vs. Seahawks) 27–24 (OT) Won NFC Championship (vs. Saints) 39–14 Lost Super Bowl XLI (vs. Colts) 17–29
Pro Bowlers show 8
AP All-Pros show 6

How many times did the Chicago Bears go to the Super Bowl?

What years did the Bears make the Super Bowl? The Chicago Bears have appeared in the Super Bowl 3 times, in 1963, 1985 and 2006.

Who was the Bears running back in 2006?


Pos Player Age
RB Thomas Jones 28
FB Jason McKie 26
WR Bernard Berrian 26
WR Muhsin Muhammad 33

Have the Chicago Bears ever won a Super Bowl?

Chicago Bears, American professional gridiron football team based in Chicago that plays in the National Football Conference (NFC) of the National Football League (NFL). The Bears are one of football’s most successful franchises, having won eight NFL championships and one Super Bowl.

When did Khalil Mack get traded?

The Bears acquired Mack in a blockbuster trade with the Raiders Sept. 1, 2018—along with 2020 second- and sixth-round picks they spent on tight end Cole Kmet and guard Arlington Hambright, respectively. In return, the Raiders received 2019 first- and sixth-round sections and 2020 first- and third-round choices.

Why is Chicago called the Bears?

The team moved into Wrigley Field, which was home to the Chicago Cubs baseball franchise. As with several early NFL franchises, the Bears derived their nickname from their city’s baseball team (some directly, some indirectly – like the Bears, whose young are called “cubs”).

When were the Chicago Bears good?

Close to Perfection: The 1942 Chicago Bears The 1942 season saw the Chicago Bears go undefeated in the regular season (11-0) and absolutely dominating en route to the NFL Championship game.

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