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Chicago Bears 2006 Season Totals

  Bears Season Totals  
Week Opponent Points W/L Offense effect Net effect Defense effect
1 Packers 26 W 87.82 87.82 0.00
2 Lions 34 W 131.98 89.98 42.00
3 Vikings 19 W 101.13 55.98 45.15
4 Seahawks 37 W 180.22 165.90 14.32
5 Bills 40 W 174.37 158.03 16.33
6 Cardinals 24 W 109.05 -1.67 110.72
7 x 0 x 0.00 0.00 0.00
8 49ers 41 W 102.88 42.25 60.63
9 Dolphins 13 L 48.68 -5.43 54.12
10 Giants 38 W 81.03 37.55 43.48
11 Jets 10 W 28.58 28.58 0.00
12 Patriots 13 L 61.63 -51.07 112.70
13 Vikings 23 W 52.35 -51.47 103.82
14 Rams 42 W 141.73 -23.03 164.77
15 Bucs 34 W 154.22 72.83 81.38
16 Lions 26 W 136.33 47.90 88.43
17 Packers 7 L 8.10 -80.92 89.02
Playoff 1 x 0 x 0.00 0.00 0.00
Playoff 2 Seahawks 27 W 112.78 19.83 92.95
Playoff 3 Saints 39 W 141.73 124.45 17.28
Playoff 4 Colts 17 L 24.17 -91.78 115.95
Regular Season Avg 100.01 35.83 64.18
Playoff Avg   92.89 17.50 75.39

Notes:  This is a fine looking chart for the Bears who went to the SuperBowl against the Colts. While their offense and quarterback, Rex Grossman, were under fire this year, their PossessionPoints indicate that their offense was indeed an essential factor in their success. This is one team where PossessionPoints results challenge conventional wisdom.

During the 2006 - 2007 offseason, the Bears coaching staff announced that they are going to use Devon Hester in their offense. PossessionPoints sees this as a great move that should strengthen the Bears offense and help their PossessionPoints. Last season, all of Devon Hester's touchdowns amounted to 0 PossessionPoints since his points were all made while on special teams or on defense.