1985 Chicago Bears on #sportsbreak
The Chicago Bears 1985 defense was the most intense to ever play the game. Relive it all on this episode of #sportsbreak
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1985 Chicago Bears
We were here for it, it was an amazing feeling. We haven’t felt it since then but wow! The entire city came out to celebrate in the dead of winter at “Bears Plaza” to show our love and admiration for our beloved Bears.
If you’re from Chicago and were here at that time, it was one of those moments in time that you know exactly where you were when that last second ticked off on the play clock. The Bears would go on to wreck the New England Patriots 46-10 for Super Bowl 20.
The 1985 Bears were a team of characters and football’s best. An original franchise in the NFL, the Bears had been like the Cubs, lovable losers.
Sure, 1963 was an amazing year too as they’d win the championship (pre-Super Bowl era) but that was far and few between.
Bill Murray and Mike Ditka “bear” witness to da greatest football story ever told about da greatest team in sports history. Da Bears.
Da 1985 Chicago Bears were dominant on da field and colorful off of it. Featuring interviews with Bill Murray, Mike Ditka, Jeremy Piven, Mike Singletary and more, ’85 chronicles how da best team ever shuffled off with da championship.
This amazing documentary is available here on our website or you can watch it anytime, anywhere on any device in our app.
You want more? How about this bonus feature? The Super Bowl Shuffle below.