|Text on Button||NFC CHAMPIONS 1985 SUPER BOWL XX LOUISIANA SUPERDOME NEW ORLEANS JANUARY 26, 1986 CHICAGO BEARS|
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The 1985 Chicago Bears was a team to watch in the NFL and anticipated to win many games due to their strong defense. Coached by Mike Ditka, who would later be inducted into the hall of fame, and Defensive Coordinator Buddy Ryan, players including running back Walter Payton helped the '85 Bears finished the season at a 15-1 record. Payton was also later inducted into the hall of fame. The team is well known for their defensive firepower, with the team routinely holding opponents to few points and racking up interceptions and sacks.
The team faced off against the Rams in the NFC championship game and it was a shut out with no score from the opposition. The Bears would finish off their dream season a few weeks later at Super Bowl XX defeating the Patriots 46-10. This 36 point victory at the time was the largest margin by a winning team in the Super Bowl.
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