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The Bears are one of the most historic teams in the NFL. It was founded as the Decatur Staleys and played in Decatur, a city located in the middle of Illinois, from 1919-20. The Staleys would then move to Chicago in 1921 and rename itself the Chicago Bears in 1922. The team played in the first NFL season of 1920. The league was named the American Professional Football Association that year and the following season. The only other team currently playing that took part in that inaugural 1920 season is the Arizona Cardinals, known as the Chicago Cardinals at that time.
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The 2012 NFL season will get underway for the Bears at noon on Sept. 16. The opponent will be the Indianapolis Colts. Their No. 1 pick in the NFL draft, quarterback Andrew Luck, will likely make his NFL debut that day. The Colts, who are making their first trip to Chicago in eight years, are the closest NFL team to Chicago. Another city rival of the Windy City, St. Louis, will send its NFL team to Chicago in the second home game of the season for the Bears. The Rams face Chicago at noon on Sept. 23.
Chicago's next home game will not be for nearly a month, but it will be one worth waiting for as the Detroit Lions will take on the Bears in a big Monday Night Football tilt at 7:30 on Oct. 22. The Lions qualified for the NFL playoffs in 2011 for the first time in 12 seasons. Fans looking for cheap NFL tickets at QueenBeeTickets.com will definitely be circling this date on their calendars. Just six days later, another home game follows for Chicago as the Carolina Panthers pay a visit to Soldier Field for a noon kick-off.
Another surprise playoff team from 2011 will visit the Windy City for a Sunday Night Football game on Nov. 11. The Houston Texans made the playoffs last year for the first time in the team’s 10-year history by winning the AFC South championship. That game will kick off at 7:20. Then, the Sunday of Thanksgiving weekend, the rival Minnesota Vikings will make the short trip to take on the Bears at noon that day.
The Seattle Seahawks, a team that has played at Soldier Field in playoff games in 2006 and 2010, will take on the Bears in a noon game on Dec. 2. The final home game of 2012 will be against the biggest rival the Bears have, the Green Bay Packers. The Packers are also coming off one of their best regular seasons ever as the team went 15-1 a year ago before surprisingly falling in their first playoff game. That game kicks off at noon on Dec. 16. The games against the Vikings, Seahawks and Packers could be moved to a later time on those dates for television purposes.
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