Chicago Bears Odds

Latest Bears odds: moneyline, point spread and totals

The Chicago Bears are 3-3 in the 2021 NFL season after a disappointing 24-14 loss to their arch rival Green Bay Packers on Sunday.

Aaron Rodgers taunted the Soldier Field fans after a dagger rushing touchdown, and Bears nation had little answer for the reigning MVP. 

See below for your Chicago Bears betting guide for this season, including the latest Bears odds for every game this NFL season. The schedule does not get any easier, as the Bears will take on the Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium in Week 7.

As of Oct. 18, the Bears line sits at +13.5. It’s easily their biggest spread to overcome this season.

Chicago Bears odds: Moneyline, point spread, over/under

See below for the best current Bears betting lines at the top online sportsbooks for the Bears’ next game. Click on any odds to go directly to the online sportsbook, claim your bonus and begin to register for a new account.

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Bears odds explained

For each slate of games throughout the season, you’ll find Bears odds listed for all the matchups at sportsbooks. Listings will generally have the road team on top and the home side on the bottom, but note that there’s occasionally a neutral-site game. The average Bears betting line looks like this:

 MoneylinePoint SpreadOver/Under
Green Bay Packers-240 -5 (-110) O 48.5 (-110)
Chicago Bears+190 +5 (-110) U 48.5 (-110)

Next to the two team names are the odds and lines for the three main pregame bets: moneyline, point spread and totals. All three wagers will bring in tons of action for every NFL game on the schedule, and the odds will adjust in response. Here’s how the wagers work.

Bears moneyline

For this wager, the goal is simple: pick the team that you think will win the game. You can take the favorite at negative odds or choose the underdog with positive numbers.

  • Green Bay Packers: -240
  • Chicago Bears: +190

It’s a simple and straightforward wager with a cut-and-dry result. Moneyline is a great starting point for new bettors as a result, but there’s appeal for those with experience too.

Bears point spread

The spread adds an entirely new wrinkle to the equation. Oddsmakers set a number that needs to be accounted for. Do you like the favorite minus the points or the dog plus the number?

  • Green Bay Packers: -5 (-110)
  • Chicago Bears: +5 (-110)

The side you roll with has to cover the spread for the bet to be a winner. For example, at -5, the Packers need to win by six or more. The Bears cover with a 4-point loss or less or a victory.

Bears over/under

The over/under bet is all about how many points that the two teams will combine for. Sportsbooks release an estimated number for bettors to weigh in on with odds attached.

  • Over 48.5 (-110)
  • Under 48.5 (-110)

Also known as totals betting, the winner or loser of the game is irrelevant. The goal for bettors is to simply decide if the combined points will be Over or Under the listed number.

Betting on Bears futures and props

You aren’t limited to just betting on whether the Bears win any season. There are many more opportunities to explore on the betting menu. Two of the most popular areas are futures and props.

Futures are bet you can place on how you think the season as a whole will play out. Odds for the top markets will be released in the offseason and remain active through the year. Here are some of the top offerings that you’ll see.

  • Bet on Bears to win the Super Bowl.
  • Team to win division or conference.
  • Over/under on Bears’ regular season win total.
  • Bears player to win awards — MVP, Rookie of the Year, etc.

Props can be found by clicking through on the game listings. Oftentimes, you’ll see a link that’s labeled “more wagers.” Once you click on it, you’ll see the list of offerings for the current game. Here are a few examples of what you might see.

  • How many receiving yards will Allen Robinson have — over/under 79.5?
  • Will David Montgomery score a TD in the game — yes/no?
  • Which player will have more sacks plus tackles — Khalil Mack or Aaron Donald?

There will also be props that revolve around team or game circumstances, such as which side will have more total rushing yards and whether or not there will be a return TD in the game.

For regular props, odds are attached as soon as the prop is released, and they may fluctuate based on betting action. The same holds true in the futures market. As bets begin to come in, there’s often movement based on where the betting action is headed.

To find the best prices, it’s always a good idea to shop around on both futures and props. For futures, don’t forget that you can check back constantly to see what the market has to say. It’s worth doing so as appealing prices on the players and teams you are interested in can appear at any time.

Chicago Bears 2021 schedule

Here’s the complete 2021-22 NFL schedule for the Chicago Bears:

Week 17:20 p.m.Sunday Night Football, Sept. 12at LA RamsL 34-14NBC-5
Week 2NoonSunday, Sept. 19BengalsW 20-17Fox-32
Week 3NoonSunday, Sept. 26at BrownsL 26-6Fox-32
Week 4NoonSunday, Oct. 3LionsW 24-14Fox-32
Week 53:05 p.m.Sunday, Oct. 10at RaidersCBS-2
Week 6NoonSunday, Oct. 17PackersFox-32
Week 73:25 p.m.Sunday, Oct. 24at BuccaneersCBS-2
Week 8 NoonSunday, Oct. 3149ersFox-32
Week 97:15 p.m.Monday, Nov. 8at SteelersESPN
Week 10Bye week
Week 11NoonSunday, Nov. 21RavensCBS-2
Week 1211:30 a.m.Thanksgiving Dayat LionsFox-32
Week 13NoonSunday, Dec. 5CardinalsFox-32
Week 157:20 p.m.Sunday, Dec. 12at PackersNBC-5
Week 163:05 p.m.Sunday, Dec. 26at SeahawksFox-32
Week 17NoonSunday, Jan. 2GiantsCBS-2
Week 18NoonSunday, Jan. 9at VikingsFox-32

Whom did the Bears draft in 2021?

The Bears were originally slotted at No. 20 in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft, but they traded up to No. 11 to take Justin Fields. All told, the Bears walked away with seven new members of the team. Here’s a look at the latest additions in Chicago:

  • Round 1: Justin Fields, QB, Ohio State
  • Round 2: Teven Jenkins, OT, Oklahoma State
  • Round 5: Larry Borom, OT, Missouri
  • Round 6: Khalil Herbert, RB, Virginia Tech
  • Round 6: Dazz Newsome, WR, North Carolina
  • Round 6: Thomas Graham Jr., CB, Oregon
  • Round 7: Khyiris Tonga, DT, BYU

The Bears were without a first-round pick in 2020, but the team found a potential gem in round five when it drafted Tulane wide receiver Darnell Mooney. Looking back over the rest of the last 10 years, here are the first-round draft choices for Chicago:

  • 2021: Justin Fields, QB, Ohio State
  • 2018: Roquan Smith, LB, Georgia
  • 2017: Mitchell Trubisky, QB, North Carolina
  • 2016: Leonard Floyd, LB, Georgia
  • 2015: Kevin White, WR, West Virginia
  • 2014: Kyle Fuller, DB, Virginia Tech
  • 2013: Kyle Long, OG, Oregon
  • 2012: Shea McClellin, DE, Boise State
  • 2011: Gabe Carimi, OT, Wisconsin

2020-21 Bears in review

Expectations were muted for the Bears heading into 2020, but the club managed to surprise with three straight wins to open the year. After dropping a close one at home to the Indianapolis Colts, Chicago won its next two to push the record to 5-1.

Just as visions of a postseason berth started dancing around the Windy City, fans hopes were left swirling in the breeze. The club dropped its next six games in a row to fall to 5-7. The Jekyll and Hyde act continued from there with a three-game winning streak.

The Bears wrapped up the season with a 35-16 home loss to the Packers to finish up at 8-8, but it was still good enough to snag a Wild Card berth. The club travelled to New Orleans on the first postseason weekend, losing by a score of 21-9.

Chicago Bears QBs over the last 20 years

The Bears have had some trouble finding stability at the QB position through the years. Consider this: Jay Cutler holds a number of the team’s passing records, and his tenure with the club only lasted from 2009-16.

Mitchell Trubisky and Nick Foles were hoping to be the team’s long-term answer at the position, but that didn’t come to fruition. In 2021, the Bears are hoping Andy Dalton and/or Justin Fields provide some answers.

Let’s take a look back at the players who have started at QB for the Bears since the turn of the century.

  • 2020: Mitchell Trubisky — 9 games. Nick Foles — 7.
  • 2019: Mitchell Trubisky — 15 games. Chase Daniel — 1.
  • 2018: Mitchell Trubisky — 14. Chase Daniel — 2.
  • 2017: Mitchell Trubisky — 12. Mike Glennon — 4.
  • 2016: Matt Barkley — 6. Jay Cutler — 5. Brian Hoyer — 4.
  • 2015: Jay Cutler — 15. Jimmy Clausen — 1.
  • 2014: Jay Cutler — 15. Jimmy Clausen — 1.
  • 2013: Jay Cutler — 11. Josh McCown — 5.
  • 2012: Jay Cutler — 15. Jason Campbell — 1.
  • 2011: Jay Cutler — 10. Caleb Hanie — 4. Josh McCown — 2.
  • 2010: Jay Cutler — 15. Todd Collins — 1.
  • 2009: Jay Cutler — 16.
  • 2008: Kyle Orton — 15 Rex Grossman — 1.
  • 2007: Rex Grossman — 7. Brian Griese — 6. Kyle Orton — 3.
  • 2006: Rex Grossman — 16.
  • 2005: Kyle Orton — 15. Rex Grossman — 1.
  • 2004: Craig Krenzel — 5. Chad Hutchinson — 5. Jonathan Quinn — 3. Rex Grossman — 3.
  • 2003: Kordell Stewart — 7. Chris Chandler — 6. Rex Grossman — 3.
  • 2002: Jim Miller — 8. Chris Chandler — 7. Henry Burris — 1.
  • 2001: Jim Miller — 13. Shane Matthews — 3.
  • 2000: Cade McNown — 9. Shane Matthews — 5. Jim Miller — 2.

Best head coaches in Bears history

The history of the Chicago Bears is long and stretches all the way back to the days of the franchise known as the Decatur Staleys in 1920. Since that time, only 17 men have led the way as head coach.

The legendary George Halas was in charge for much of the early going, while franchise legend Mike Ditka helped the club recapture its past glory in the 1980s. Since 1999, just five head coaches have roamed the sidelines in Chicago. Here’s a look at the records for each of them.

CoachTenureRegular SeasonPostseason
Matt Nagy2018-present28-200-2
John Fox2015-1714-34NA
Marc Trestman2013-1413-19NA
Lovie Smith2004-1281-633-3
Dick Jauron1999-200335-450-1

Nagy has managed to lead the Bears to the playoffs in two of three seasons at the helm, but the club has finished at 8-8 two years in a row. To make some noise in the NFC North and get back to the postseason, the team has some work to do.

2021 offseason tracker

For perhaps the final time in Chicago, Pace is in charge of the offseason.

After the Bears’ playoff loss to the Saints, Pace, Nagy and team ownership held a press conference that left many scratching their heads. The discussion then quickly turned to a few of the star quarterbacks that appeared to be available in the trade market, but then the Bears signed Dalton.

But then, Pace took a swing that delighted the fanbase, trading up to select Fields.

Here are the most significant developments of the offseason thus far:


  • July 15: Bears fail to reach long-term contract with WR Allen Robinson, meaning he’ll play out the season on the franchise tag.
  • July 7: The 2021 training camp schedule is released and fans can attend. The Dr Pepper Zero Sugar Chicago Bears Training Camp will be at Halas Hall from July 29 through Aug. 25. There will be 1,000 free tickets available per day.


  • June 22: The Bears sign an exclusive deal with Rush Street Interactive, which includes RSI’s BetRivers Sportsbook and Rivers Casino in Des Plaines.


  • May 3: Bears release LT Charles Leno Jr., freeing up $9 million in cap space.


  • April 30: Bears trade up again to select Oklahoma State OT Teven Jenkins at No. 39.
  • April 29: Bears trade up to the No. 11 pick to select Ohio State QB Justin Fields. The Bears parted with this year’s 20th pick and their 2022 first rounder to complete the deal.


  • March 26: Bears sign former Chiefs running back Damien Williams.
  • March 25: Bears sign cornerback Desmond Trufant.
  • March 18: Bears cut two-time Pro Bowl cornerback Kyle Fuller.
  • March 16: Bears sign Andy Dalton to a one-year deal worth $10 million.
  • March 11: Bears re-sign kicker Cairo Santos to a five-year contract.
  • March 9: Bears place the franchise tag on star wide receiver Allen Robinson. Bears will reportedly release starting right tackle Bobby Massie.


  • Feb. 25: ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Bears are one of Russell Wilson’s four preferred trade destinations.


  • Jan. 23: Bears hire Sean Desai as defensive coordinator after Chuck Pagano retires. Desai was already on the Bears’ staff.

Chicago Bears home games

From 1921 through 1970, the Bears played home games at Wrigley Field, which is better known as the home of MLB’s Chicago Cubs. The club needed some larger digs from there and initially moved into the next stop on what it thought was a short-term commitment. Chicago home games are still held there to this day. Here’s where you can catch the Bears in person:

  • Name: Soldier Field
  • Address: 1410 S. Museum Campus Drive, Chicago
  • Owner: Chicago Park District
  • Operator: ASM Global
  • Capacity: 61,500
  • Ground Breaking: Nov. 11, 1922
  • Opening Date: Oct. 9, 1924
  • Construction Cost: $13 million
  • Other Events: MLS, NCAA football, NHL, concerts, etc.

How to watch and listen to Bears games

The NFL has a concrete broadcast agreement in place for each window of the schedule. Depending on when the Bears game is scheduled, here’s where you’ll be able to tune in and watch:

  • Thursday Night Football: Fox/NFL Network
  • Sunday afternoon: CBS/FOX
  • Sunday Night Football: NBC
  • Monday Night Football: ESPN

Each of the above channels can be found on major cable, satellite and streaming packages throughout Illinois. For other streaming options, the NFL app and Yahoo Sports provide coverage of select local and primetime games.

For the Sunday afternoon slate, NFL RedZone provides whip-around coverage of all of the games. This is a subscription add-on that is available via many providers. Last but not least, the main broadcast channels — CBS, Fox and NBC — can be picked up via antennae in many areas. The games will be carried by the local affiliates in your area.

On the radio side, WBBM 780 AM and 105.9 FM serves as the flagship radio station for Bears broadcasts. Jeff Joniak handles the play-by-play, while Tom Thayer handles analysis. The feed is picked up by numerous stations across the state. Audio coverage of Bears games is also available on TuneIn, which is available both on the web and via mobile.

5 of the leading sports bars within the Chicago area

When the Bears are set to take the field, it’s quite the event for loyal fans of the team. If you’re looking to go out to watch the game, you’re in luck. There are a number of quality places to visit throughout the Chicago area. Here’s a peek at five of the top spots to consider. Don’t forget, you can download any of the NFL betting apps above and place your bets, while watching the game live at a bar.

Gracie O’Malley’s

A part of the Chicago landmark district, this is an awesome Irish pub with plenty of TVs watch the game. You’ll find food and drink specials, a friendly atmosphere and an all-around good time.

  • Address: 1635 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, IL 60647
  • Phone: 773-292-2765
  • Web:
  • Hours: Monday and Tuesday: 5 p.m. to midnight; Wednesday to Sunday: 11 a.m. to midnight

The Ambassador Public House

Located in the West Loop, the Ambassador Public House is a European-style pub with food and drink specials and plenty of HDTVs to soak in the action. If you’re a fan of lots of different beers, you’ll like it here.

  • Address: 310 S. Halsted St., Chicago, IL 60661
  • Phone: 312-888-9961
  • Web:
  • Hours: Monday to Wednesday: 2 p.m. to 1 a.m.; Thursday and Friday: 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.; Saturday and Sunday: first game to midnight/1 a.m.

The Globe Pub

On the North Side, you’ll find the Globe Pub, a cool spot to catch all kinds of sports. The bar features plenty of smart TVs to watch the game, an extended happy hour during the week and an expansive beer list.

  • Address: 1934 W. Irving Park Road, Chicago, IL 60613
  • Phone: 773-871-3757
  • Web:
  • Hours: Tuesday to Thursday: 11 a.m. to midnight; Friday: 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.; Saturday: 7 a.m. to 3 a.m.; Sunday: 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.; closed on Monday.

High Dive

TVs, pub food, pool table, jukeboxes, great drink selection, and a place to kick back and watch the games? You’ll find that and much more at High Dive, a popular destination for Bears fans.

  • Address: 1938 W. Chicago Ave., Chicago, IL 60622
  • Phone: 773-235-3483
  • Web:
  • Hours: Monday to Friday: 11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m.; Saturday and Sunday: 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.

The Scout

A popular watering hole off the South Loop, The Scout features an awesome food menu plus plenty of beers and cocktails to choose from. Of course, there are also a number of screens to catch the action.

  • Address: 1301 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago, IL 60605
  • Phone: 312-705-0595
  • Web:
  • Hours: Monday to Friday: 2 p.m. to 2 a.m.; Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. to 2 a.m.

Listed hours for these establishments are current as of this writing, but it’s always a good idea to call ahead and verify so that you don’t miss a second of the action. One more thing: Now that sports betting is legalized in Illinois, you won’t miss a beat on that end either.

Apps from leading operators can be with you on the go, and you can also log in to make live bets as the Bears game plays out. We’ll call that a win-win situation that Bears fans should absolutely be taking advantage of.

History of the Chicago Bears

In 1920, the A.E. Staley Co. formed a football team. Known as the Decatur Staleys, the club began play in 1919. The team relocated to Chicago in 1921, and was rechristened as the Bears for the 1922 campaign.

A charter member of the NFL, the Bears found a good deal of success in the days before the NFL-AFL merger. Between 1921 and 1963, the team won eight league championships. In the Super Bowl era, the Bears have won just one big game and come up short in another.

All along the way, the franchise has fielded a number of the game’s most legendary all-time players. Here are some of the more notable facts and figures from Bears franchise history.

  • Established: 1920
  • Super Bowl wins: One, Super Bowl XX in 1985 over the New England Patriots
  • Super Bowl appearances: Two, Super Bowl XLI, lost to Indianapolis Colts following 2006 season
  • NFL championships: Eight, last in 1963
  • Conference championships: Four, last in 2006
  • Division titles: 19, last in 2018
  • Playoff appearances: 27, last in 2020
  • Retired numbers: 14 — 13 players, one owner
  • Hall of Famers: 36, 30 of whom spent majority of career with Bears
  • Chicagoland Sports Hall of Fame: 57 members
  • Career passing yards leader: Jay Cutler, 23,443
  • Career rushing yards leader: Walter Payton, 16,726
  • Career receiving yards leader: Johnny Morris, 5,059
  • Most team TDs in regular season: 56, 1941
  • Net total yards leader: Walter Payton, 21,803
  • Kickoff returns for TD: Six, Gale Sayers
  • Punt return yards in season: 651, Devin Hester in 2007
  • Most sacks in single season: 5, Richard Dent in 1984
  • Most interception return yards in season: 212, Richie Petitbon in 1962
  • Most 100+ yard rushing games: 77, Walter Payton

The Bears recently made some history on the wagering front, as well. The club has made a deal with PointsBet as its first official sports betting partner. The Australia-based sportsbook has made some great strides here in the US and has plans for the Illinois market.

PointsBet will be visible across the Bears’ various digital assets, with additional sponsorship opportunities in the stadium. The sportsbook has retail locations at Hawthorne Race Course and OTBs. It’s also available online and via app. The platform has been a big hit with handicappers of all experience levels.

Chicago Bears FAQ

Is it legal to bet on the Chicago Bears in Illinois?

Yes, sports betting is now officially legal in Illinois. Legislation was originally approved in 2019, but it took some time for the official rollout. Retail options opened in March 2020, while online platforms made their debut over the summer. Additional options will continue to be unveiled moving forward.

How do the Illinois sportsbook odds compare to Vegas odds?

Las Vegas no longer has the best sports betting odds on lockdown. It was like that for decades, but that’s no longer the case in the new legal environment. Sports betting operators across the legal states are releasing odds that are in line with what you’ll find out in Sin City. That includes right here in Illinois. You can certainly take a peek at the numbers from out in Vegas, but you’ll find comparable prices here at home.

Who is the greatest Chicago Bear of all time?

As one of the charter members of the NFL, the Bears have quite the lengthy history. The franchise has featured a number of legendary players through the years, including dozens of Hall of Famers. On an all-time basis, two names stick out on the offensive side of the ball, both of whom played running back: Gale Sayers and Walter Payton. These are two of the best ever to play at the position, and their legacies have more than stood the test of time. On defense, Dick Butkus was one of the most feared players of his era and is remembered as one of the very best linebackers of all time.

Who is the highest paid Chicago Bear?

For the 2021 season, it’s WR Allen Robinson atop the charts. He has a total cap hit of $17.98 million, $17.88 of which is base salary. LB Robert Quinn is second with a total salary cap number of $14.7 million, followed by LB Khalil Mack at $14.646 million.

How much are tickets to see a Bears game?

As an enormously popular local team that also has a big national following, the Bears are a hot ticket. On the low end, you’re looking at around $80 for the cheap seats. The median price is around $300, while top tier tickets can go for over $1,000. Naturally, exact pricing will vary based on seat location. Additionally, keep in mind that prices on the secondary market could be much greater if the club is having a great season or set to square off against one of the league’s top teams.

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