1990 Playoffs: Lost in Divisional Round
1991 Season: 11-5 (Lost in Wild Card Round)
The 1990 season saw Chicago go 11-5 but lose in the divisional round to the New York Giants. Chicago backed that up with an 11-5 record in 1991 with another playoff appearance.
Chicago jumped out to a 9-2 record during the 1991 season before losing three of its final five games. That culminated in the Bears getting knocked out of the playoffs in the Wild Card round against the Dallas Cowboys.
Jim Harbaugh started all 16 games for the Bears that season. He completed 275 of his 478 passing attempts for 3,121 yards with 15 touchdowns and 16 interceptions. Neal Anderson ran for 747 yards on 210 carries and scored six touchdowns. Brad Muster ran the ball 90 times for 412 yards with six rushing touchdowns. Wendell Davis led the way in the passing game with 61 receptions for 945 yards with six touchdowns. Tom Waddle caught 55 passes for 599 yards with three touchdowns that season.
Richard Dent recorded 10.5 sacks that season.