5 teams the Pittsburgh Steelers have the worst record against in NFL history

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1. Chicago Bears

I can't tell you what it is, but this matchup has not gone well for Pittsburgh. Whether the Steelers are playing against historic Chicago defenses of the mid-80s or against a Mike Glennon-led offense within the past decade, the results seem to be the same.

While these two teams first played each other all the way back in 1934, their matchups have been sparse over the years and they haven't played each other often. While their history stretches almost 90 years, these two teams have just 28 total head-to-head contests.

The Steelers trail in this series with a record of 8-19-1 -- giving them an abysmal win percentage of just 30.4 percent against the Bears historically. Obviously, it doesn't help when Pittsburgh started off 0-10 against Chicago before earning their first win.

Even in their previous 4 contests, the Steelers are just 1-3. If you thought this team traveled poorly when playing in Denver, it's nothing compared to Chicago. Pittsburgh is just 1-12 all-time when facing the Bears in the Windy City. Their only win came in a 37-34 victory in 1995. Keep this team as far away from us as possible.

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