Chicago Bears Odds

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Bears 2023 season stats
RANKING 4th IN THE NFC NORTH
OFFENSIVE RANK 19th YARDS PER GAME YPG
DEFFENSIVE RANK 12th YARDS PER GAME YPG
POINT DIFFERENTIAL -19 POINTS

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The Chicago Bears are currently at odds of to win the 2025 Super Bowl. That puts them well behind the top favorites in Super Bowl odds following a disappointing 7-10 season in which the team finished last in the NFC North. There’s some hope for a brighter future, as Chicago owns the No. 1 overall pick in the upcoming draft via a trade with Carolina. Caleb Williams is the favorite to go first in the latest NFL draft odds. Here’s a closer look at current Bears betting odds and angles.

Chicago Bears odds: Spread, moneyline, and over/under

We’ll have full betting odds available once the NFL releases its schedule for the 2024-25 season.

Chicago Bears Week 1 odds

Once next season’s schedule is available, we’ll get a look at the lines for the Bears’ Week 1 matchup. Last season, the team ended on a bit of a late upturn, winning three of its last five games. That was a marked improvement from the start of the season, when Chicago lost seven of its first nine games to begin the year. In the end, the Bears went 8-7-2 against the spread last season and 9-8 on the over/under.

Bears player props this week

Updated Bears player props will be available once the first game of the season draws near. QB Justin Fields led the team in passing last year with 197.1 yards per game through the air. He threw 16 TDs and ran for four more, with nine INTs. Fields also led the team in rushing yards, averaging 50.5 per game.

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Chicago Bears odds to win the Super Bowl

Last updated: April 2024

Sportsbooks released Super Bowl odds shortly after the 2024 Super Bowl ended. The Bears were well behind the top favorites in that initial futures odds release. Odds will shift according to betting action and can also be impacted by injuries, roster moves, and the upcoming NFL draft.

Chicago Bears futures odds for 2024-25

The winner of Super Bowl 58 is a huge attraction in NFL futures markets, but there are other options, as well. Here are the latest Bears futures odds for the upcoming season.

2024 Bears Player Stats

Last Updated on 04.04.2024
Player GP Games Played CMP% Completion Percentage YDS Passing Yards YDS/G Yards Per Game YDS/C Yards Per Completion TDS Passing Touchdowns INT Interceptions thrown RTG Passer Rating
Player GP Games Played INT Interceptions PD Passes Defended FF Fumbles Forced FR Fumbles Recovered SACK QB Sacks TOT Total Tackles SOLO Solo Tackles AST Assisted Tackles
There Aren’t Any Injured Players for This Team Currently

Bears 2023 schedule

Upcoming games

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Chicago Bears draft picks

The Bears traded the first overall pick in the 2023 NFL draft to the Panthers. The club was slated to pick ninth in round one, but it flipped places with the Eagles to settle in at the 10th spot. The club’s choice was OT Darnell Wright, a 6’6”, 335-pound prospect who could serve as a building block as the franchise continues its quest for a turnaround. Chicago will get the first overall pick in the 2024 NFL draft.

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Chicago Bears FAQ  

Can the Bears challenge for a playoff spot?

After finishing last in the NFC North last season, the Bears will likely start the season as a long shot to make the playoffs.

How did the Bears do against the spread last season?

The Bears were 8-7-2 against the spread last season. The team went 9-8 on the over/under.

Whom did the Bears add and lose in the offseason?

The Bears signed several players in the early stages of free agency last offseason, including LB Tremaine Edmonds and OG Nate Davis. The team also acquired WR D.J. Moore as part of a trade with the Panthers. Players who have left Chicago include RB David Montgomery and RT Riley Reiff. In the first round of the NFL draft, the team selected OT Darnell Wright.

Who is the Bears’ backup QB behind Justin Fields?

Undrafted rookie Tyson Bagent has been the primary backup. Nathan Peterman is also on the roster.