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Post subject: 1985 Chicago Bears Season Replay: Game Winning Drive  PostPosted: Sep 02, 2012 - 06:53 PM



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I have to give props out to a few regulars on this site for getting me so wrapped up in their week-by-week write-ups that I caught the football bug myself and had to play some.

In no particular order:
RBoecker and his 1971 season replay
rotorhead and his NFL-AFL alternative universe play-through
ACOMPLITAN and his 2010 Chicago Bears season replay
...all of the other crew members who chimed in on discussions on those posts and other posts football related.

I tried a handful of quick/fast play football games and decided to start with GWD. I chose the 1985 Chicago Bears because, well - that was my family's favorite football team and still is.

I stole a lot from the crew I mentioned above for my own write-ups.
There are talented and creative people all over this site.

Being able to re-live and re-watch and re-root for my favorite teams along with the folks on this site make this my single favorite on the web.

Cheers!

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198 Chicago Bears Season Replay

Week One vs. Tampa Bay

The Bears win 38-14.

The Chicago defense held Tampa Bay scoreless for six straight drives that encompassed the entire second and third quarters. The Bears also intercepted Steve DeBerg three times and a youngster named Steve Young once.
This was also when the Buccaneers still wore white road uniforms with bright orange and red trim...

Chicago Scoring
Field Goal - Butler
Touchdown run - McMahon
Touchdown run - Fuller
Touchdown run - Fuller
Touchdown run - Payton

Wins: 1 Losses: 0

Actual game score: Chicago 38 Tampa Bay 28
Actual season record: Wins: 1 Losses 0
 
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Post subject: RE: 1985 Chicago Bears Season Replay: Game Winning Drive  PostPosted: Sep 02, 2012 - 08:49 PM



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Thank you for you kind words. I look forward to following your replay.
Go Vikings! Very Happy
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: Sep 02, 2012 - 09:04 PM



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Thanks For The Kind Words & Glad I Could Be Of Help. Go Bears. I Just Recieved GWD On Saturday. I Plan On Posting My Results As Well. Enjoying Reading Yours Also.
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: Sep 05, 2012 - 08:41 PM



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Game #2
vs. New England

Bears win 41-13.

The score was eerily similar to the final score of Super Bowl XX.
This game was still a very large blowout.

The Patriots took the lead 7-3 on their first possession and then the 46 defense clicked in.
It was two interceptions and four punts later - the rest of the First Quarter, all of the Second Quarter and most of the Third Quarter - until New England points on the board again.

The Bears scored at will.
Jim McMahon played like he was still at BYU and tossed three touchdown passes.

Chicago Scoring
Field Goal - Butler
Touchdown Run - Payton
Touchdown Pass - McMahon to McKinnon
Touchdown Pass - McMahon to Wrightman
Touchdown Pass - McMahon to Margerum
Touchdown Run - Sanders

Wins: 2 Losses: 0

Actual Game Score: Chicago 20 New England 7
Actual Season Record: Wins: 2 Losses 0
Actual Score of Super Bowl XX: Chicago 46 New England 10
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: Sep 08, 2012 - 06:57 PM



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Game #3
@ Minnesota

Bears win 23-13.

Turnovers plagued the Vikings - and downright did them in.
Three of Minnesota's first four possessions ended in fumbles.
Quarterback Tommy Kramer threw two interceptions, one on a last-second heave at the end of the game.

With all of their turnover troubles, the Vikings did only trail by ten points at Halftime, 13-3.
Joey Browner then brought Minnesota right back into the game when he intercepted a Jim McMahon pass and took it the distance for a touchdown. The Vikings suddenly only trailed 13-10.

Minnesota could only muster a field goal in the Fourth Quarter against the stiff Chicago defense.

McMahon, who threw three touchdown passes in last week's win over New England, tossed three interceptions and no touchdown passes in the game.

Chicago Scoring
Touchdown Run - Thomas
Field Goal - Butler
Field Goal - Butler
Field Goal - Butler
Touchdown Run - Payton

Wins: 3 Losses: 0

Actual Game Score: Chicago 33 Minnesota 24
Actual Season Record: 3 Wins 0 Losses
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: Sep 10, 2012 - 07:58 AM



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Nice Write Ups. I Will Be Following Along Big Bears Fan Here
 
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