In 50 years of Super Bowl history, the Chicago Bears only have two appearances in the big game, 1985 and 2006. The Bears are 1-1 in those games and fans are restless. Chicago sports fans have seen the Bulls, Blackhawks and White Sox all win championships since the last Bears Super Bowl victory.
Even the Chicago Cubs have had more postseason appearances than the Bears have had in the last 20 years, but the Cubs are an odds on favorite to win it all this year after an impressive 2015 season, while the Bears haven't had a winning record since 2012.
It has been 30 seasons since that glorious run to SBXX, which is the longest title drought in franchise history, and since that championship there have been 14 other franchises that have hoisted the Lombardi Trophy.
When will the Bears finally be able to book their victory parade down Michigan Avenue or set up for their championship rally at Grant Park?
The 2015 Chicago Bears went 6-10 in John Fox's first year as head coach, finishing last in the NFC North. But did you realize that in Fox's previous years coaching the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos, that his teams have never had consecutive seasons with losing records?
John Fox has a blueprint on how to get to the big game, but he's yet to win a ring.
Do you guys think he can make it 3 for 3 in leading franchises to the Super Bowl?