Multiple choice, which of the the following is true:
A. In 1932 the Bears didn't score a single point in the first 4 games.
B. In 1932 the Bears only lost 1 game.
C. All of the above.
The answer of course is C (why else would I be asking the question). The Bears started the season with 3 straight 0-0 ties, then lost to the Packers 2-0. 4 games, 2 points, 0-1-3 record. Now that's some exciting football. To add to the dichotomy that was the '32 Bears, they had 2 of the biggest names in football history in their backfield - Bronko Nagurski and Red Grange.
The Bears finished the season 7-1-6 (an NFL record for ties) and went on to win the first ever NFL championship game 9-0 over the Portsmouth Spartans (who would become the Detroit Lions). Not only was it the first ever championship game, it was also the first ever Arena League game. Due to a blizzard, it was played indoors on an 80-yard dirt field.
Here's a nice article from the HOF about the game and how it helped change the NFL: