1988 Chicago Bears season

The 1988 Chicago Bears season was their 69th regular season and 19th postseason completed in the National Football League. The Bears looked to improve  ‎ Roster · ‎ Final roster · ‎ Regular season · ‎ Playoffs.
1988 Chicago Bears Statistics & Players: 12-4 (1st in NFC Central), Coach: Mike Ditka, ProBowl: Hilgenberg(), Bortz(), Previous Season Next Season.
View the 1988 Chicago Bears schedule, results and scores for regular season, preseason and postseason NFL games.

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88 fortunes slot machines 8 treasures recipe All Player CollegesHigh Schools. The questions then re-emerged. Full Site Menu Below. Anderson continued to churn out yardage in systematic dispatchings of Tampa Bay and Green Bay. Chicago's third appearance in the NFC Championship game in the last five years.
$5 MOVIES ON TUESDAYS CARMIKE CINEMAS Both Walter Payton and Gary Fencik retired. Quarterback was the huge question for Mike Ditka-who would start? They had Pro Bowl talent up front, in left guard Mark Bortz and center Jay Hilgenberg, the best in the league at his position. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. For more details on this topic, see Fog Bowl American football. DFS Preview - Draft Kings.
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1988 Chicago Bears season Gault, were lost or traded to other teams. League: National Football League. WCFS-FM FM simulcast of WBBM. All Player CollegesHigh Schools. Sports history articles covering the modern age of American sports. Primary Data Provided By.
Lambeau FieldSuperdomeCandlestick Park. If fog was the story of the first playoff game, the wind and cold defined this NFC Championship Game. Marshall was lost to free agency, and receiver Willie Gault was traded to the. Conference: National Football Conference. McMichael, Dan Hampton, Al Harris, Jim Morrissey, Mike Singletary, Ron Rivera. 1988 Chicago Bears season 1987 NBC Seahawks vs. Bears