The Chicago Bears haven’t had much to celebrate over the last ten seasons.
Though they made the playoffs twice over that stretch under head coach Matt Nagy, they failed to win a postseason game.
They have five losing seasons and four 8-8 finishes over that time frame.
The Bears haven’t won a playoff game since 2010 and last played in the Super Bowl during the 2006 season.
But the bigger concern is that their search for their franchise quarterback continues.
They haven’t had one in a while and they are hoping that Justin Fields will be that guy.
Yet even though the team has fallen on tough times, they remain positive for the future, as shared by The Texans Wire managing editor Mark Lane.
According to @betway, here is the likeability of NFL teams using @linkfluence. #Bears lead the way, which means, according to the methodology, their fans had the most positive posts this offseason. pic.twitter.com/3dfabjl2PO
— Mark Lane (@therealmarklane) July 14, 2022
Lane tweeted, “According to @betway, here is the likeability of NFL teams using @linkfluence. #Bears lead the way, which means, according to the methodology, their fans had the most positive posts this offseason.”
The Bears had a 19.7 percent likability from their fans.
Not far behind are the Baltimore Ravens (18.2 percent) and the Green Bay Packers (16.4 percent).
The New England Patriots and the New Orleans Saints complete the top five.
The likability for these teams is understandable because they have either participated in the playoffs or fought for a spot until the final game.
But why are the Bears on top if their team only had six wins last season?
Bears Have Been Innovative On Social Media
Aside from their diehard fans who will like all of their posts, they have also initiated the Bears Cam wherein they ask players about a certain question.
That type of content will boost interaction and rack up favorable responses.
By bringing the players closer to the fans, the Bears have kept their fans’ positivity up despite a tough stretch for their franchise.NEXT: N'Keal Harry Welcomes Himself To His New Team