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Chicago Bears odds to win and betting lines

 What are the odds on the Chicago Bears to reach the Super Bowl again?

Chicago Bears odds to win and betting lines The year 2006 was definitely a great one for the Chicago Bears, reaching the Super Bowl and paying out big to all the bettors clever or lucky enough to make the bet. But this season the Bears will have the daunting task to match the success of the last. It will be hard work, with leading rusher Thomas Jones now with the New York Jets. Rex Grossman is 23TDs and 20 INTs with quite unmemorable performance at the last Super Bowl.

All the offense problems will have to be offset by the defense for yet another season. Brian Urlacher will be the driving force behind the team, creating headaches for the opposing team's offense.  Mike Brown and Tommie Harris will be good to go for the regular season after injuries and Tank Johnson will yet again live up to his name.

During the opener of the NFL Preseason the Chicago Bears started shaky against the Houston Texans, but quickly piled up 13 points in the fourth quarter to win the exhibition game 20-19. Kyle Orton was 16-for-25 for 151 yards and a touchdown, while Mark Bradley caught two passes for 47 yards for the Bears.

The Chicago Bears are looking good on the odds to win, as far as the NFC is concerned, but trail behind on the Super Bowl betting odds. The team is the favorite to win the NFC. Here are the current betting lines and odd offered on the Chicago Bears, as published by the online sportsbook Bookmaker (new window):

Chicago Bears odds to win the NFC: +450

Chicago Bears odds to win the NFC North: -450

Odds on the Bears to win the 2008 Super Bowl: +1000

How many NFL regular season wins, betting lines on the Bears: over 91/2 wins (-140); under 91/2 (+110)

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Published on 08/14/2007

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