3 Teams the Bears Have a Shockingly Bad Record Against

Max Staley
The Chicago Bears have a shockingly poor all-time record against these teams.
The Chicago Bears have a shockingly poor all-time record against these teams. / Dustin Bradford/Getty Images
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The Chicago Bears are one of the most historic franchises in the NFL. While recent history hasn't been particularly kind to the team, the Bears have still managed to remain competitive and relevant.

However, there are a few teams that Chicago has consistently struggled against over the years. With that in mind, let's take a look at three teams the Bears have a shockingly poor all-time regular-season record against.

3. Miami Dolphins, 4-9 (.308)

Miami Dolphins helmet.
Miami Dolphins helmet. / Justin Casterline/Getty Images

Last Meeting: CHI: 28 | MIA: 31 (Oct. 14, 2018)
Bears' Record in Last Five: 1-4
All-Time Score Differential: Dolphins +99
Playoff History: N/A

2. New England Patriots, 3-10 (.231)

New England Patriots helmet.
New England Patriots helmet. / Maddie Meyer/Getty Images

Last Meeting: CHI: 31 | NE: 38 (Oct. 21, 2018)
Bears' Record in Last Five: 0-5
All-Time Score Differential: Patriots +122
Playoff History: 1-0

1. Houston Texans, 0-4 (.000)

Houston Texans helmet.
Houston Texans helmet. / Don Juan Moore/Getty Images

Last Meeting: CHI: 14 | HOU: 23 (Sept. 11, 2016)
Bears' Record in Last Five: 0-4
All-Time Score Differential: Texans +42
Playoff History: N/A


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