Dec 9, 2012; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Chicago Bears helmet against the Minnesota Vikings at the Metrodome. The Vikings defeated the Bears 21-14. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

Chicago Bears 2013 Regular Season Schedule

The NFL released the 2013-14 regular season schedule on Thursday exclusively on and the NFL Network. For NFL fans, seeing the schedule for the upcoming season is like an early Christmas that drums up excitement and allows you to plan out trips to nearby stadiums to watch your favorite teams in action. Before the schedule release, we already knew the home and away opponents for each team, but now we have an exact idea of when everyone will face off.

Without further introduction, here is the regular season schedule release that you have all been waiting for.

What does the Chicago Bears schedule look like for this season? Here it is:

What are the match ups that you are looking forward to the most? Will you be making the trip to any home or away games? Sound off in the comments section and share your thoughts.

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  • ManGod

    The Bears will go 13-3 his year …win the NFC North and will be SB bound by week 12 of the season in first place in the NFC. The solidifing of the OL during th offsason and the acquisition of a TE who can not only block, but who is a recieving threat anywhere on the field is going to be huge for teams to defense against. Forte will have a solid season both rushing and recieving and Jay Cuttler will prove what his critics fail to realize….that he is an elite QB in this league when given comparable protection along the OL. The Bears will be once again the favorite to go to the SB….yet once again the Sports Writers and the Mdi will continue to try to find excuses for the teams that pay and loose to them during the first 2/3 of he season.
    But come the end of the first half of the season, the excuses will run dry…and the Bers will be firmly locked into th playoff picture…..I will be smiling and wondering why the experts are still looking for excuses why GB, Det, and Minn lost to the Bears….and just how competitive Jay Cutler really is.