Chicago Bears 1986 Yearbook [Illustrated]

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Book Condition: Very Good+


Color Illustrations; 8 1/2 x 11; 120 pages; Soft cover has blue spine. Covers have some creasing, rubbing, scuffing, bumping. Pages are clean and tight. Team was lead by Coach Mike Ditka. The 1986 Chicago Bears season was their 67th regular season and 17th post-season completed in the National Football League. The Bears entered the season looking to repeat as Super Bowl champions, as they had won in 1985. Chicago managed to finish 14–2, one game off of their 1985 record of 15–1, and tied the New York Giants for the league’s best record. Aided by a strong offensive line, the Bears were once again led on offense by Walter Payton. Payton remained his usual stellar self, posting his 10th and final 1,000-yard season. As had been the case the year before, the Bears were once again led by their explosive defense. Any shortcomings on the offensive side of the ball were more than made up for on the defensive side. They once again were ranked #1 in the NFL. The Bears’ defense became the third defense in the history of the NFL to lead the league in fewest points allowed and fewest total yards allowed for two consecutive seasons. The Bears’ 187 points allowed is the fewest surrendered by any team in the 1980s, even fewer than the 198 points the Bears allowed in their historic 1985 season.

Title: Chicago Bears 1986 Yearbook [Illustrated]

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Categories: Ephemera, Reference, Business/Economics, Biography/Memoirs/Journals, American History, Education, Cultural History, Sports/Athletics,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Westchester, CA, CWC Sprot Publications: 1986

Binding: Unknown Binding

Book Condition: Very Good+

Seller ID: 10220

Keywords: Reference; Football Ephemera; Football History; Professional Football; American Football; Team Sports; Athletes; Cultural History; Advertising History;,