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Custom NFC 2006 Chicago Bears National Football Championship Ring

Availability: In stock

Material: 18K Gold Plated Copper, Solid Ring
Prong Setting with Crystal Stone
Deep & Detailed Engraving and 3D Letters
Packing: Luxury Wooden Gift Box
In Stock Size:US 10 to US 13, Including Half Sizes
In Stock Order: Shipped out within 48 Hours
Offering Ring Customization: Name & Number & Sizing & Engraving
Any Sizes can be Customized
Any Player Name and Number on the Ring can be Customized
Engraving Texts inside the Ring can be Customized
MADE TO ORDER:Processing Time 7 to 10 Business Days

Regular Price: $109.98

Special Price $54.99

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The 2006 Chicago Bears season was their 87th regular season and 25th post-season completed in the National Football League. The club posted a 13–3 regular season record, the best in the NFC, improving on their previous year’s record of 11–5. The Bears retained their NFC North divisional title, and won the National Football Conference Championship title against the New Orleans Saints, on January 21, 2007. The Bears played the Indianapolis Colts at Super Bowl XLI, where they lost 29–17. They finished the 2006 NFL season tied for second in points scored, and third in points allowed.

Due to the NFL's scheduling formula the Bears played 6 inter-division games, posting a record of 5–1. Because of rotating cycle scheduling, the Bears matched up against all four teams in the AFC East (going 2–2) and NFC West (going 4–0). In the remaining games, the Bears played the NFC's other reigning division winners, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New York Giants, posting a record of 2–0. During the entire season, the Bears played 10 games at home, 8 games on the road, and 1 game at a neutral field for the Super Bowl. Including the playoffs and Super Bowl, the Bears finished with a record of 15–4.

Noteworthy football stories for the 2006 season were replacing retired cornerback and kick returner Jerry Azumah, the quarterback controversy between productive but inconsistent and potentially fragile Rex Grossman and veteran free agent Brian Griese, the record setting returns by Devin Hester, Bernard Berrian's breakout season, competition between the Bears' running backs (Cedric Benson and Thomas Jones), 5th round draft pick Mark Anderson's 12 quarterback sacks as a rookie.