Who played in the 85 Super Bowl?

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Who played in the 85 Super Bowl?

Bears beat Patriots in Super Bowl XX. On January 26, 1986, in New Orleans, Louisiana, the Chicago Bears score a Super Bowl record number of points to defeat the New England Patriots, 46-10, and win their first championship since 1963.

Who was the quarterback when the Bears won the Super Bowl?

McMahon achieved his greatest professional success with the 1985 Bears team that won the franchise’s first Super Bowl title in Super Bowl XX….NCAA.

Games Played: 119
Games Started: 97
TDs–INT: 100–90
Yards: 18,148
QB Rating: 78.2

Who won the Super Bowl in 1984?

Las Vegas Raiders
Super Bowl XVIII/Champion

Did the Bears win the Super Bowl in 1985?

Then, in Super Bowl XX at the Louisiana Superdome against the New England Patriots, the Bears set several more records….

1985 Chicago Bears season
Playoff finish Won Divisional Playoffs (vs. Giants) 21–0 Won NFC Championship (vs. Rams) 24–0 Won Super Bowl XX (vs. Patriots) 46–10

What was the score of the 1985 Super Bowl?

The 49ers defeated the Dolphins by the score of 38–16, to win their second Super Bowl. The game was played on January 20, 1985, at Stanford Stadium, on the campus of Stanford University in Stanford, California, the first Super Bowl played in the San Francisco Bay Area.

When was the last time Super Bowl was played?

For the Super Bowl that was played at the completion of the 1985 season, see Super Bowl XX.

Who was the quarterback for the Bears in 1985?

Fuller, who rapped in “The Super Bowl Shuffle” about how he’d “run like lightnin’ … pass like thunder,” proved to be a strong backup to the injured Jim McMahon. Fuller went 4-1 in his starts in 1985, leading the Bears to huge shutout wins over the Cowboys (44-0) and Falcons (36-0).

How did the Chicago Bears win the Super Bowl?

The Bears entered the game after becoming the second team in NFL history to win 15 regular season games. With their then-revolutionary 46 defense, Chicago led the league in several defensive categories, outscored their opponents with a staggering margin of 456–198, and recorded two postseason shutouts.

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