When the Bears finally broke the Packers’ record for longest comeback in NFL history, it was with a vengeance
Bears fans have waited for years for the return of their favorite team to the Super Bowl.
But the team’s latest comeback victory was a bittersweet one.
The Bears’ first win over the Packers came in the 2009 NFC Championship Game, when they defeated the Packers 28-24.
But this year, it will be the second time they’ve won the division title in the past four years.
So what is it about this Bears team that makes them so compelling?
That’s what this article will be discussing over the next few days.
And it’s a good thing.
For starters, there is a reason the Bears haven’t won the Super-Bowl since the 2008 season.
The Packers have gone 17-2 in their past 19 Super Bowl appearances, and have not lost a game in the playoffs.
In that span, the Bears have gone 13-2 and won the AFC North with a record of 3-1.
The reason the Packers have struggled so badly over the past five seasons is because of injuries to key players like quarterback Matt Flynn and running back Eddie Lacy.
If the Packers can win out, and the Bears can avoid another collapse, this will be a great Super Bowl for the Bears.
And while this Bears comeback will likely be overshadowed by the Bears’ second-half comeback, the fact that the Bears had their best effort of the season in a 42-21 win over Seattle in January will have a major impact on how they are viewed throughout the league.
And that, as we all know, is the most important thing about the Superbowl.