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2009 Chicago Bears season
Head coach Lovie Smith
General manager Jerry Angelo
Home field Soldier Field
Results
Record 7-9
Place 3rd NFC North
Playoff finish did not qualify
Uniform
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Timeline
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2008 2010

The 2009 Chicago Bears season is the franchise's 90th season overall in the National Football League. The Bears had looked to improve upon their 9-7 record from 2008 and return to the playoffs for the first time since the 2006 season, but failed to do so for the third consecutive season. The team finished 7-9, and third in the NFC North. This season is Lovie Smith's sixth season as the team's head coach. The Bears played all their home games at Soldier Field.

Contents

Offseason

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2009 NFL Draft

Draft pick trades

  • In 2008, Tampa Bay traded its sixth-round selection to Chicago for quarterback Brian Griese.
  • In 2008, the Bears traded their seventh seventh-round selection to Tampa Bay for guard Dan Buenning.
  • In 2009, the Bears traded their 2009 first round pick (18th overall), their 2009 third round pick (84th overall), their 2010 first round pick and quarterback Kyle Orton for quarterback Jay Cutler and a 2009 fifth round pick (140th overall) from Denver originally belonging to Seattle.
2009 Chicago Bears NFL Draft selections
Round Pick Name Position College
3 68 Jarron Gilbert Defensive Tackle San Jose State
3 99 Juaquin Iglesias Wide Receiver Oklahoma
4 105 Henry Melton Defensive End Texas
4 119 D.J. Moore Cornerback Vanderbilt
5 140 Johnny Knox Wide Receiver Abilene-Christian
5 154 Marcus Freeman Linebacker Ohio State
6 190 Al Afalava Safety Oregon State
7 246 Lance Louis Tight End / Offensive Lineman San Diego State
7 251 Derek Kinder Wide Receiver Pittsburgh
  • Picks #99, #246 and #251 are compensatory draft picks.
  • The Bears received picks #68 and #105 after a trade with Seattle for the Bears 2nd round pick at #49.

Departures

Additions

Free agents

Position Player Free agency
tag
Date signed 2009 team
S Mike Brown UFA June 24, 2009 Kansas City Chiefs
QB Rex Grossman UFA June 12, 2009 Houston Texans
CB Marcus Hamilton ERFA March 12, 2009 Chicago Bears
RB Kevin Jones UFA March 6, 2009 Chicago Bears
WR Brandon Lloyd UFA June 15, 2009 Denver Broncos
LB Darrell McClover UFA
S Brandon McGowan UFA May 5, 2009 New England Patriots
OT Fred Miller UFA
LB Nick Roach ERFA March 16, 2009 Chicago Bears
OT John St. Clair UFA March 17, 2009 Cleveland Browns
S Cameron Worrell UFA
RFA: Restricted free agent, UFA: Unrestricted free agent, ERFA: Exclusive rights free agent

Coaching changes

The Bears hired former Detroit Lions head coach, Rod Marinelli, to be their defensive line and assistant head coach. Bob Babich became the linebackers coach again after Lloyd Lee was fired. However, Babich even though he is still the Defensive Coordinator was stripped of his play calling duties in favor of Head Coach Lovie Smith.

Final roster

Chicago Bears 2009 final roster
Quarterbacks

Running Backs

Wide Receivers

Tight Ends

Offensive Linemen

Defensive Linemen

Linebackers

Defensive Backs

Special Teams

Reserve Lists


Practice Squad


Rookies in italics
53 Active, 11 Inactive, 6 PS

Staff

Chicago Bears 2009 staff
Front Office
  • Secretary of the Board of Directors – Virginia Halas McCaskey
  • Chairman – Michael McCaskey
  • President/CEO – Ted Phillips
  • Vice President – Tim McCaskey
  • General Manager – Jerry Angelo
  • Senior Director of Football Administration/General Counsel – Cliff Stein
  • Senior Director of Pro Personnel – Bobby DePaul
  • Director of College Scouting – Greg Gabriel
  • Assistant Director of Pro Personnel – Kevin Turks

Head Coaches

Offensive Coaches

 

Defensive Coaches

  • Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers – Bob Babich
  • Defensive Backs – Jon Hoke
  • Assistant Defensive Backs/Safeties – Gill Byrd
  • Defensive Assistant/Assistant Defensive Line – Eric Washington

Special Teams Coaches

  • Special Teams Coordinator – Dave Toub
  • Assistant Special Teams – Chris Tabor

Strength and Conditioning

Schedule

Preseason

Week Date Kickoff Opponent Results Stadium Recap TV Network
Final score Team record
1 Saturday, Aug. 15 6:00 p.m. at Buffalo Bills L 27-20 0-1 Ralph Wilson Stadium [2] WFLD
2 Saturday, Aug. 22 7:00 p.m. New York Giants W 17-3 1-1 Soldier Field [3] WFLD
3 Sunday, Aug. 30 7:00 p.m. at Denver Broncos W 27-17 2-1 INVESCO Field at Mile High [4] NBC
4 Thursday, Sept. 3 7:00 p.m. Cleveland Browns W 26-23 3-1 Soldier Field [5] WFLD

Regular season

Week Date Kickoff Opponent Result Stadium Recap TV
Final score Team record
1 September 13 7:20 p.m. at Green Bay Packers L 21-15 0-1 Lambeau Field Recap NBC
2 September 20 3:15 p.m. Pittsburgh Steelers W 17-14 1-1 Soldier Field Recap CBS
3 September 27 3:05 p.m. at Seattle Seahawks W 25-19 2-1 Qwest Field Recap Fox
4 October 4 12:00 p.m. Detroit Lions W 48-24 3-1 Soldier Field Recap Fox
5 Bye Week
6 October 18 7:20 p.m. at Atlanta Falcons L 21-14 3-2 Georgia Dome Recap NBC
7 October 25 3:15 p.m. at Cincinnati Bengals L 45-10 3-3 Paul Brown Stadium Recap Fox
8 November 1 12:00 p.m. Cleveland Browns W 30-6 4-3 Soldier Field Recap CBS
9 November 8 12:00 p.m. Arizona Cardinals L 41-21 4-4 Soldier Field Recap Fox
10 Nov. 12 (Thursday) 7:20 p.m. at San Francisco 49ers L 10-6 4-5 Candlestick Park Recap NFLN
11 November 22 7:20 p.m. Philadelphia Eagles L 24-20 4-6 Soldier Field Recap NBC
12 November 29 3:15 p.m. at Minnesota Vikings L 36-10 4-7 Metrodome Recap Fox
13 December 6 12:00 p.m. St. Louis Rams W 17-9 5-7 Soldier Field Recap Fox
14 December 13 12:00 p.m. Green Bay Packers L 21-14 5-8 Soldier Field Recap Fox
15 December 20 3:15 p.m. at Baltimore Ravens L 31-7 5-9 M&T Bank Stadium Fox
16 Dec. 28 (Monday) 7:30 p.m. Minnesota Vikings W 36-30 OT 6-9 Soldier Field ESPN
17 January 3, 2010 12:00 p.m. at Detroit Lions W 37-23 7-9 Ford Field Fox
Note: All times Central.
Division games are in bold text. All game dates are on Sunday unless indicated otherwise.

Standings

NFC North
W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK
z (2) Minnesota Vikings 12 4 0 .750 5–1 9–3 470 312 W1
x (5) Green Bay Packers 11 5 0 .688 4–2 9–3 461 297 W2
Chicago Bears 7 9 0 .438 3–3 5–7 327 375 W2
Detroit Lions 2 14 0 .125 0–6 1–11 262 494 L6

Regular season

Week 1: at Green Bay Packers

Week One: Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers — Game Summary
First Quarter
  • No Scores
Second Quarter
Third Quarter
  • CHI - 10:14 - 36 yd TD pass from Jay Cutler to Devin Hester (Gould kick) (GB 10-9)
  • CHI - 3:51 - Robbie Gould 47 yd FG (CHI 12-10)
Fourth Quarter
  • GB - 10:10 - Mason Crosby 39 yd FG (GB 13-12)
  • CHI - 2:35 - Robbie Gould 21 yd FG (CHI 15-13)
  • GB - 1:11 - 50 yd TD pass from Aaron Rodgers to Greg Jennings (Rodgers-Jennings pass) (GB 21-15)
1 2 3 4 Total
Bears 0 2 10 3 15
Packers 0 10 0 11 21
Leading Passers
Leading Rushers
Leading Receivers
Leading Tacklers

The Bears began their season at Lambeau Field for a Sunday night battle with their hated rival, the Green Bay Packers. After a scoreless first quarter, Chicago trailed early as Packers kicker Mason Crosby got a 52-yard field goal. The Bears would respond with safety Danieal Manning sacking quarterback Aaron Rodgers in his own endzone for a safety, but Green Bay would respond as running back Ryan Grant got a 1-yard touchdown run.

Chicago would take the lead in the third quarter as quarterback Jay Cutler completed a 36-yard pass to wide receiver Devin Hester, along with kicker Robbie Gould making a 47-yard field goal. Afterwards, the lead went back and forth in the fourth quarter. Crosby would kick a 39-yard field goal, while Gould nailed a 21-yard field goal. Afterwards, the Packers took the lead again as Rodgers completed a 50-yard touchdown pass and the following two-point conversion to wide receiver Greg Jennings. The Bears tried to rally, but an interception ended any hope of a comeback.

With the loss, Chicago began its season at 0-1.

Cutler's 4 interceptions were the most he had thrown in one game of his career, until week 10 against the 49ers.

Week 2: vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Week Two: Pittsburgh Steelers at Chicago Bears — Game Summary
First Quarter
Second Quarter
Third Quarter
  • PIT - 5:26 - Roethlisberger 2 yd TD run (Reed kick) (PIT 14-7)
Fourth Quarter
  • CHI - 6:21 - 7 yd TD pass from Jay Cutler to Johnny Knox (Gould kick) (14-14)
  • CHI - 0:15 - Gould 44 yd FG (CHI 17-14)
1 2 3 4 Total
Steelers 7 0 7 0 14
Bears 0 7 0 10 17
Leading Passers
Leading Rushers
Leading Receivers
Leading Tacklers

Hoping to rebound from their Sunday night loss to the Packers, the Bears played their Week 2 home opener against the defending Super Bowl champions, the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers took an early lead in the first quarter as quarterback Ben Roethlisberger completed a 1-yard TD pass to tight end Matt Spaeth, but the Bears immediately fired back in the second quarter as quarterback Jay Cutler completed a 7-yard TD pass to tight end Kellen Davis to tie the score 7-7.

In the third quarter, Pittsburgh retook the lead once more as Roethlisberger got a 2-yard run, but Chicago would rally in the fourth quarter as Cutler threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to rookie wide receiver Johnny Knox. The Steelers would then miss 2 field goal attempts, as the Bears drive the ball down to Steelers territory, ending the drive with kicker Robbie Gould's 44-yard field goal, to give the Bears the lead. The Steelers then fumbled the ball on the ensuing kickoff, ending any chance for a last second hail mary.

With this win, the Bears improved to 1-1.

Week 3: at Seattle Seahawks

Week Three: Chicago Bears at Seattle Seahawks — Game Summary
First Quarter
Second Quarter
Third Quarter
  • CHI - 11:28 - 7 yd TD pass from Jay Cutler to Johnny Knox (Gould kick) (CHI 14-13)
  • CHI - 5:31 - Gould 37 yd FG (CHI 17-13)
Fourth Quarter
  • SEA - 14:48 - Mare 39 yd FG (CHI 17-16)
  • SEA - 5:12 - Mare 46 yd FG (SEA 19-17)
  • CHI - 1:52 - 36 yd TD pass from Jay Cutler to Devin Hester (Cutler-Bennett pass) (CHI 25-19)
1 2 3 4 Total
Bears 0 7 10 8 25
Seahawks 10 3 0 6 19
Leading Passers
Leading Rushers
Leading Receivers
Leading Tacklers

Coming off their home win over the Steelers, the Bears flew to Qwest Field for a Week 3 duel with the Seattle Seahawks. Chicago would trail in the first quarter as quarterback Seneca Wallace completed a 39-yard touchdown pass to running back Julius Jones, followed by kicker Olindo Mare's 46-yard field goal. Seattle would add onto their lead in the second quarter with Mare's 37-yard field goal, yet the Bears would answer with quarterback Jay Cutler's 1-yard touchdown pass to tight end Greg Olsen.

Chicago would take the lead in the third quarter with Cutler's 7-yard touchdown pass to rookie wide receiver Johnny Knox, followed by kicker Robbie Gould's 37-yard field goal. The Seahawks would reply in the fourth quarter with Mare's 39-yard and 46-yard field goal, yet the Bears would prevail as Cutler completed a 36-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Devin Hester, followed by a 2-point conversion pass to wide recevier Earl Bennett. Afterwards, Chicago's defense would hold on for the win.

With the win, the Bears improved to 2-1.

Week 4: vs. Detroit Lions

Week Four: Detroit Lions at Chicago Bears — Game Summary
First Quarter
Second Quarter
  • CHI - 14:14 - 2 yd TD pass from Jay Cutler to Kellen Davis (Gould kick) (14-14)
  • CHI - 10:54 - 1 yd TD pass from Jay Cutler to Greg Olsen (Gould kick) (CHI 21-14)
  • DET - 0:26 - Kevin Smith 3 yd TD run (Hanson kick) (21-21)
Third Quarter
  • CHI - 14:48 - Johnny Knox 102 yd TD kickoff return (Gould kick) (CHI 28-21)
  • CHI - 10:18 - Gould 52 yd FG (CHI 31-21)
  • CHI - 2:33 - Gould 22 yd FG (CHI 34-21)
Fourth Quarter
  • DET - 8:15 - Hanson 35 yd FG (CHI 34-24)
  • CHI - Matt Forté 37 yd TD run (Gould kick) (CHI 41-24)
  • CHI - Garrett Wolfe 2 yd TD run (Gould kick) (CHI 48-24)
1 2 3 4 Total
Lions 14 7 0 3 24
Bears 7 14 13 14 48
Leading Passers
Leading Rushers
Leading Receivers
Leading Tacklers

Coming off their road win over the Seahawks, the Bears went home for a Week 4 NFC North duel with the Detroit Lions. Chicago surprisingly trailed early in the first quarter as Lions running back Kevin Smith got a 1-yard touchdown run. The Bears would answer with quarterback Jay Cutler's 5-yard touchdown run, yet Detroit came right back with quarterback Matthew Stafford's 14-yard touchdown pass to tight end Will Heller. Chicago would take the lead in the second quarter with Cutler's 2-yard touchdown pass to tight end Kellen Davis and a 1-yard touchdown pass to tight end Greg Olsen, yet the Lions would tie the game prior to halftime with Smith's 3-yard touchdown run.

The Bears would start the third quarter with a bang as rookie wide receiver Johnny Knox returned the half's opening kickoff 102 yards for a touchdown. Later on, kicker Robbie Gould would add onto Chicago's lead with a 52-yard and a 22-yard field goal. Detroit tried to rally in the fourth quarter with kicker Jason Hanson's 35-yard field goal, yet the Bears pulled away with running back Matt Forté's 37-yard touchdown run and running back Garrett Wolfe's 2-yard touchdown run.

With the win, Chicago would enter its bye week at 3-1.

Week 6: at Atlanta Falcons

Week Six: Chicago Bears at Atlanta Falcons — Game Summary
First Quarter
  • No Scoring
Second Quarter
Third Quarter
  • No Scoring
Fourth Quarter
  • CHI - 6:14 - 2 yd TD pass from Jay Cutler to Greg Olsen (Gould kick) (14-14)
  • ATL - 3:06 - Michael Turner 5 yd TD run (Elam kick) (ATL 21-14)
1 2 3 4 Total
Bears 0 7 0 7 14
Falcons 0 14 0 7 21
Leading Passers
  • CHI - Jay Cutler - 27/43, 300 yards, 2 TD, 2 INT
  • ATL - Matt Ryan - 19/33, 185 yards, 2 TD, 2 INT
Leading Rushers
  • CHI - Jay Cutler - 3 carries, 34 yards
  • ATL - Michael Turner - 13 carries, 30 yards, 1 TD
Leading Receivers
Leading Tacklers

Coming off their bye week, the Bears flew to the Georgia Dome for a Week 6 Sunday night duel with the Atlanta Falcons. Following a scoreless first quarter, Chicago delivered the game's opening strike in the second quarter with quarterback Jay Cutler completing a 23-yard touchdown pass to rookie wide receiver Johnny Knox. However, the Falcons would respond with quarterback Matt Ryan hooking up with wide receiver Roddy White on a 40-yard touchdown pass and finding tight end Tony Gonzalez on a 10-yard touchdown.

After a scoreless third quarter, the Bears tied the game in the fourth quarter with Cutler hooking up with tight end Greg Olsen on a 2-yard touchdown pass. However, Atlanta struck back with a 5-yard touchdown run from running back Michael Turner. Cutler would get Chicago's offense deep into Falcon territory, but Atlanta's defense would spoil the comeback.

With the loss, the Bears fell to 3-2.

Week 7: at Cincinnati Bengals

Week Seven: Chicago Bears at Cincinnati Bengals — Game Summary
First Quarter
Second Quarter
  • CIN - 11:14 - 3 yd TD pass from Carson Palmer to J.P. Foschi (Graham kick) (CIN 21-0)
  • CIN - 2:49 - 8 yd TD pass from Carson Palmer to Laveranues Coles (Graham kick) (CIN 28-0)
  • CIN - 1:10 - Graham 29 yd FG (CIN 31-0)
  • CHI - 0:00 - Robbie Gould 22 yd FG (CIN 31-3)
Third Quarter
  • CIN - 4:48 - 13 yd TD pass from Carson Palmer to Chad Ochocinco (Graham kick) (CIN 38-3)
Fourth Quarter
1 2 3 4 Total
Bears 0 3 0 7 10
Bengals 14 17 7 7 45
Leading Passers
Leading Rushers
Leading Receivers
Leading Tacklers

Hoping to rebound from their Sunday night road loss to the Falcons, the Bears flew to Paul Brown Stadium for a Week 7 interconference duel with the Cincinnati Bengals. Chicago would trail early in the first quarter as Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer found wide receiver Chris Henry on a 9-yard touchdown pass and wide receiver Chad Ochocinco on an 8-yard touchdown pass. Things continued to get worse for the Bears as Palmer completed a 3-yard touchdown pass to tight end J.P. Foschi and an 8-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Laveranues Coles, followed by a 29-yard field goal from kicker Shayne Graham. Chicago would close out the half as kicker Robbie Gould booted a 22-yard field goal.

Afterwards, Cincinnati would pull away with Palmer finding Ochocinco again on a 13-yard tochdown pass in the third quarter and former Bears running back Cedric Benson getting a 1-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. Chicago would end the game with quarterback Jay Cutler's 5-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Devin Hester.

With the loss, the Bears fell to 3-3.

Week 8: vs. Cleveland Browns

Week Eight: Cleveland Browns at Chicago Bears — Game Summary
First Quarter
  • CHI - 2:20 - Gould 37 yd FG (CHI 3-0)
  • CHI - 1:13 - Gould 29 yd FG (CHI 6-0)
Second Quarter
  • CHI - 8:43 - Gould 32 yd FG (CHI 9-0)
  • CHI - 1:56 - Matt Forté 1 yd TD run (Gould kick) (CHI 16-0)
Third Quarter
  • CLE - 10:33 - Derek Anderson 1 yd TD run (kick blocked) (CHI 16-6)
  • CHI - 1:42 - Forté 10 yd TD run (Gould kick) (CHI 23-6)
Fourth Quarter
  • CHI - 3:14 - Charles Tillman 21 interception return TD (Gould kick) (CHI 30-6)
1 2 3 4 Total
Browns 0 0 6 0 6
Bears 6 10 7 7 30
Leading Passers
Leading Rushers
Leading Receivers
Leading Tacklers

Hoping to rebound from their horrendous road loss to the Bengals, the Bears went home for a Week 8 interconference duel with the Cleveland Browns. Before the game, a pregame ceremony was held for the late Walter Payton, who passed away exactly 10 years ago on November 1.

Chicago got off to a fast start in the first quarter as kicker Robbie Gould made a 37-yard and a 29-yard field goal. In the second quarter, the Bears would add onto their lead as Gould booted a 32-yard field goal, followed by running back Matt Forté got a 1-yard touchdown run. In the third quarter, the Browns would get onto their board with a 1-yard touchdown run by quarterback Derek Anderson (with a blocked PAT). Afterwards, Chicago would continue their dominating day with a 10-yard touchdown run by Forté. The Bears would then close out the game in the fourth quarter with cornerback Charles Tillman returning an interception 21 yards for a touchdown.

With the win, Chicago improved to 4-3.

Week 9: vs. Arizona Cardinals

Week Nine: Arizona Cardinals at Chicago Bears — Game Summary
First Quarter
Second Quarter
  • ARI - 11:19 - 17 yd TD pass from Kurt Warner to Larry Fitzgerald (Rackers kick) (ARI 21-7)
  • ARI - 2:49 - 15 yd TD pass from Kurt Warner to Anthony Becht (Rackers kick) (ARI 28-7)
  • ARI - 0:00 - Rackers 43 yd FG (ARI 31-7)
Third Quarter
  • ARI - 7:46 - Rackers 30 yd FG (ARI 34-7)
Fourth Quarter
  • CHI - 11:50 - 3 yd TD pass from Jay Cutler to Greg Olsen (Gould kick) (ARI 34-14)
  • CHI - 9:04 - 20 yd TD pass from Jay Cutler to Greg Olsen (Gould kick) (ARI 34-21)
  • ARI - 4:30 - 4 yd TD from Kurt Warner to Steve Breaston (Rackers kick) (ARI 41-21)
1 2 3 4 Total
Cardinals 14 17 3 7 41
Bears 7 0 0 14 21
Leading Passers
Leading Rushers
Leading Receivers
Leading Tacklers

Coming off their win over the Browns, the Bears stayed at home for a Week 9 duel with the Arizona Cardinals. Chicago would trail early in the first quarter as Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner hooked up with wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald on an 11-yard touchdown pass. The Bears would answer as quarterback Jay Cutler competed a 33-yard touchdown pass to tight end Greg Olsen, but Arizona came right back as Warner hooked up with tight end Ben Patrick on a 6-yard touchdown pass. Chicago would find themselves in a huge deficit in the second quarter as Warner completed a 17-yard touchdown pass to Fitzpatrick and a 15-yard touchdown pass to tight end Anthony Becht, followed by kicker Neil Rackers nailing a 43-yard field goal.

The Cardinals would add onto their lead as Rackers booted a 30-yard field goal in the third quarter. The Bears tried to rally in the fourth quarter as Cutler connected with Olsen on a 3-yard and a 20-yard touchdown pass, but Arizona pulled away with Warner completing a 4-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Steve Breaston.

With the loss, Chicago fell to 4-4.

Week 10: at San Francisco 49ers

Week Ten: Chicago Bears at San Francisco 49ers — Game Summary
First Quarter
  • No Score
Second Quarter
Third Quarter
  • CHI - 7:27 - Gould 38 yd FG (SF 7-6)
Fourth Quarter
  • SF - 10:11 - Nedney 21 yd FG (SF 10-6)
1 2 3 4 Total
Bears 0 3 3 0 6
49ers 0 7 0 3 10
Leading Passers
Leading Rushers
Leading Receivers
Leading Tacklers

Hoping to rebound from a miserable home loss to the Cardinals, the Bears flew to Candlestick Park for a Week 10 Thursday night duel with the San Francisco 49ers, led by head coach Mike Singletary (former Bears linebacker).

After a scoreless first quarter, Chicago would trail in the second quarter as 49ers running back Frank Gore got a 14-yard touchdown run. The Bears would close out the half with a 50-yard field goal from kicker Robbie Gould. In the third quarter, Chicago would inch closer with Gould's 38-yard field goal. In the fourth quarter, San Francisco would answer with kicker Joe Nedney making a 21-yard field goal. The Bears would get have a late game drive go deep into 49er territory, but an interception by safety Michael Lewis ended any hope of a win.

With the loss, the Bears fell to 4-5.

Quarterback Jay Cutler (29/52 for 307 yards) would throw for a career-worst 5 interceptions in one game.

Week 11: vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Week Eleven: Philadelphia Eagles at Chicago Bears — Game Summary
First Quarter
Second Quarter
  • CHI - 14:45 - Robbie Gould 45 yd FG (PHI 10-3)
  • CHI - 9:59 - Gould 28 yd FG (PHI 10-6)
  • CHI - 0:13 - Gould 28 yd FG (PHI 10-9)
Third Quarter
  • CHI - 10:26 - Gould 49 yd FG (CHI 12-10)
  • PHI - 5:53 - McNabb 48 yd TD pass to DeSean Jackson (Akers kick) (PHI 17-12)
  • CHI - 2:52 - Jay Cutler 15 Yd TD Pass to Kellen Davis (Cutler Pass To Matt Forte For Two-Point Conversion) (CHI 20-17)
Fourth Quarter
  • PHI - 5:31 - LeSean McCoy 10 Yd Run (Akers Kick) (PHI 24-20)
1 2 3 4 Total
Eagles 10 0 7 7 24
Bears 0 9 11 0 20
Leading Passers
Leading Rushers
Leading Receivers
Leading Tacklers

Week 12: at Minnesota Vikings

Week Twelve: Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings — Game Summary
First Quarter
Second Quarter
Third Quarter
  • CHI - 12:44 - Gould 38 yd FG (MIN 24-10)
  • MIN - 7:45 - Longwell 37 yd FG (MIN 27-10)
Fourth Quarter
  • MIN - 13:36 - Longwell 20 yd FG (MIN 30-10)
  • MIN - 6:35 - Adrian L. Peterson 10 Yd Run (2 point conversion failed) (MIN 36-10)
1 2 3 4 Total
Bears 0 7 3 0 10
Vikings 0 24 3 9 36
Leading Passers
Leading Rushers
Leading Receivers
Leading Tacklers

Week 13: vs St. Louis Rams

1 2 3 4 Total
Rams 0 3 3 3 9
Bears 10 0 7 0 17

at Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois

Week 14: vs Green Bay Packers

1 2 3 4 Total
Packers 10 3 0 8 21
Bears 0 7 7 0 14

Week 15: at Baltimore Ravens

1 2 3 4 Total
Bears 0 7 0 0 7
Ravens 14 0 17 0 31

Week 16: vs Minnesota Vikings

1 2 3 4 OT Total
Vikings 0 0 13 17 0 30
Bears 3 13 7 7 6 36

at Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois

Week 17: at Detroit Lions

1 2 3 4 Total
Bears 3 10 7 17 37
Lions 3 7 3 10 23

References

AFC East North South West East North South West NFC
Buffalo Baltimore Houston Denver Dallas Chicago Atlanta Arizona
Miami Cincinnati Indianapolis Kansas City NY Giants Detroit Carolina St. Louis
New England Cleveland Jacksonville Oakland Philadelphia Green Bay New Orleans San Francisco
NY Jets Pittsburgh Tennessee San Diego Washington Minnesota Tampa Bay Seattle
2009 NFL DraftNFL playoffsPro BowlSuper Bowl XLIV

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