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[ What's Bears record in orange jerseys? ]

The Bears are 6-6 in orange jerseys since 2004. That includes a 2004 Thanksgiving loss in Dallas when they wore orange throwbacks that celebrated the orange jerseys they wore in 1933-34 when the Bears won 17 straight regular-season games, an NFL record that stood for 70 years until it was broken by the Patriots in 2004. The orange jerseys the Bears have worn in 11 games since 2005 (and the ones they will don Monday night against the Vikings) are different than the throwbacks. Here's how they've fared when wearing those jerseys:To get more news about [url=https://www.bearsbuy.com]chicago bears jersey[/url], you can visit bearsbuy official website.


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This is the first time since the Vikings entered the NFL in 1961 that the Bears haven't played Minnesota or Green Bay before Nov. 15 in a non-strike season. (It happened in 1982 when seven games were cancelled due to a player's strike.) Before that, the last time the Bears didn't play either the Packers or Vikings before Nov. 15 was in 1924 when the only Bears-Packers game of the season was played Nov. 23 at Wrigley Field.

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