|1941 Chicago Bears season|
|Head coach||George Halas|
|Home field||Wrigley Field|
|Division place||1st NFL Western|
|Playoff finish||Won Divisional Playoff (vs. Packers) 33–14|
Won NFL Championship (vs. Giants) 37–9
The 1941 season was the Chicago Bears' 22nd in the National Football League. The team improved on their 8–3 record in 1939–40 and finished at 10–1 under head coach George Halas, en route to their second straight NFL championship and fifth league title.
|4||September 28||at Green Bay Packers||W 25–17||1–0||City Stadium|
|5||October 5||at Cleveland Rams||W 48–21||2–0||Municipal Stadium|
|6||October 12||Chicago Cardinals||W 53–7||3–0||Wrigley Field|
|7||October 19||Detroit Lions||W 49–0||4–0||Wrigley Field|
|8||October 26||Pittsburgh Steelers||W 34–7||5–0||Wrigley Field|
|9||November 2||Green Bay Packers||L 14–16||5–1||Wrigley Field|
|10||November 9||Cleveland Rams||W 31–13||6–1||Wrigley Field|
|11||November 16||Washington Redskins||W 35–21||7–1||Wrigley Field|
|12||November 23||at Detroit Lions||W 24–7||8–1||Briggs Stadium|
|13||November 30||at Philadelphia Eagles||W 49–14||9–1||Shibe Park|
|14||December 7||at Chicago Cardinals||W 34–24||10–1||Comiskey Park|
Note: Intra-division opponents are in bold text.
|NFL Western Division|
|Green Bay Packers||10||1||0||.909||7–1||258||120||W8|
Note: Tie games were not officially counted in the standings until 1972.
The Bears won the Western Division championship by beating the Packers, 33–14, in a playoff at Wrigley Field. The Bears then beat the Giants, 37–9, at Wrigley Field to win the NFL Championship.
See 1941 NFL playoffs and NFL Championship Game, 1941
|Division||December 14||Green Bay Packers||W 33–14||1–0||Wrigley Field|
|NFL Championship||December 21||New York Giants||W 37–9||2–0||Wrigley Field|
The Bears defeated the NFL All-Stars 35–24 on January 4, 1942.