Comments on: 32nd Most Memorable Chicago Bears Game Chicago Bears History Blog by Mon, 20 Apr 2015 22:25:11 +0000 hourly 1 By: Ross Bellinghausen Wed, 06 Jun 2012 18:35:30 +0000 are also online sources will assist you in finding out what options are availabl ,e to you. Contacting an insurance company directly or going through a broker are also route you can take to obtain your

By: Al Sat, 24 Jul 2010 16:11:53 +0000 This pretty much explains my irrational hatred of Jim Harbaugh. This single game sentenced Bears Nation to 12 years in the wilderness. In my opinion if Harbaugh doesn’t blow it right there the Bears make the playoffs that year and we never get the chance to know Wanny or Jauron.
Harbaugh set a record that season for pick 6′s in a single season.
I realize of course that if you were to make a list of worst Bears QB’s Harbaugh probably wouldn’t make the top 10. But his mistakes sabatoged the franchise like no other player.

By: Ron Thu, 22 Jul 2010 18:18:10 +0000 I was in the stadium that day — completely sucked. At 20-0, and the game nearly over, I remembered being somewhat worried that three TDs would cover — sadly I was right. I remember sitting there in silent disbelief as the clock hit 0:00 and the crowd started clearing out. To Vikes fans I give credit — sitting there in my ’85 Jim McMahon jersey and no one razzed me any.

By: Tim Thu, 22 Jul 2010 12:55:01 +0000 Roy – You perfectly summed it up – this was the beginning of the end for the Ditka regime. The Bears had played SO well for 3+ quarters, only to let the momentum be stolen away on one play. Because of the postgame interview you cited, he let the fallout from “the Audible” remain a topic of contention w/ the local media the rest of the season – even w/ Johnny Morris on the “Mike Ditka Show”.

It was only the 5th game of the year, yet any door to a playoff berth left cracked open with the wins over TB and GB was slammed shut the next time they played the Vikes, where they got “drubbed” 38-10 by Del Rio, McMillian & company on MNF.

By: sven Thu, 22 Jul 2010 11:09:21 +0000 It was the first full Bears game i managed to watch (finally!). I had seen this game on tape with my father and brother! Both of them were rooting for the Vikings and man were they making fun of me at the end of the contest!
Oh yeah I do remember the Coach yelling at Harbaugh; he WAS pissed off, and with reason, even I could understand it as a teenager: why the hell throw a pass at that moment? And I was disgusted too: I had waited for months to finally get my hands on a bears game tape, only to see them lose in such an embarrassing fashion. Plus now my brother gets a grin on his face every time I talk about the Bears.
The previous game highlights I had seen from the bears: their playoff loss to the Giants (I recall some newspaper saying the bears got “drubbed”; i remember looking into the dictionnary to find out what that meant…).
I knew then being a Bears fan was not going to be easy.
The next game highlight I saw: the 46th most memorable game…