1941 Chicago Bears season
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|1941 Chicago Bears season|
|Head coach||George Halas|
|Home field||Wrigley Field|
|Division place||1st NFL Western|
Won Divisional Playoff GameWon NFL Championship
The 1941 Chicago Bears season was their 22nd regular season and 6th postseason completed in the National Football League. The club posted a 10–1 record under head coach George Halas en route to their second straight NFL Championship and fifth overall league title.
|Sunday, September 28||at Green Bay Packers||East Stadium||Win||25–17||1–0|
|Sunday, October 5||at Cleveland Rams||Municipal Stadium||Win||48–21||2–0|
|Sunday, October 12||Chicago Cardinals||Wrigley Field||Win||53–7||3–0|
|Sunday, October 19||Detroit Lions||Wrigley Field||Win||49–0||4–0|
|Sunday, October 26||Pittsburgh Steelers||Wrigley Field||Win||34–7||5–0|
|Sunday, November 2||Green Bay Packers||Wrigley Field||Loss||14–16||5–1|
|Sunday, November 9||Cleveland Rams||Wrigley Field||Win||31–13||6–1|
|Sunday, November 16||Washington Redskins||Wrigley Field||Win||35–21||7–1|
|Sunday, November 23||at Detroit Lions||Briggs Stadium||Win||24–7||8–1|
|Sunday, November 30||at Philadelphia Eagles||Shibe Park||Win||49–14||9–1|
|Sunday, December 7||at Chicago Cardinals||Comiskey Park||Win||34–24||10–1|
|NFL Western Division|
|Green Bay Packers||10||1||0||.909||7–1||258||120||W8|
Note: Tie games were not officially counted in the standings until 1972.
The Bears won the Western Division championship by beating the Packers, 33-14, in a playoff at Wrigley Field. The Bears then beat the Giants, 37-9, at Wrigley Field to win the NFL Championship.
The Bears defeated the NFL All-Stars 35–24 on January 4, 1942
- "1941 Chicago Bears Statistics & Players". Pro Football Reference.
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