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[caption id="attachment_10350" align="alignleft" width="300"] Chicago Bears outside linebacker Lance Briggs (55) and Brian Urlacher (54) celebrate a sack in the third quarter Sunday, Nov. 11, 2012 at Soldier Field. (Brian Cassella/Chicago Tribune)[/caption]
Since 1985, the Chicago Bears are 0-7 against the 49ers in San Francisco.
The Bears have only lost one game in San Francisco under head coach Lovie Smith.
The one loss came in 2009, when the 49ers edged the Bears 10-6.
The Bears are a perfect 3-0 against the 49ers at Soldier Field under Smith.
In their six losses in San Francisco from 1987-2003, the Bears were outscored by an average of 38-6.
Hopefully the Bears struggles at Candlestick Park can change on Monday night.
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