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  • After this win came the FIRST gatorade shower in the NFL between Head Coach Mike Ditka from Todd Bell, Dan Hampton, and Steve McMichael. It was the 1984 Chicago Bears that first performed this…not the 1986 Giants the New York based media has fed to the nation….yet we digress. It was Bell’s hit that changed the course of the game. Yet now they made the playoffs for the first time and NFL pundits thought the Bears reached as far as they could go. With a 10-6 record they were relegated to traveling to Washington for the divisional playoff.

    Ditka went 3-6 in the strike-shortened year of 1982, but improved to 8-8 in 1983 and finished that year off with a win over the Green Bay Packers that kept the Bears’ archrivals out of the playoffs. The 1984 Chicago Bears were the team that took the next step, and put their franchise back into the postseason.

  • What interesting or amusing stories can you tell about the 1984 Chicago Bears? What are some of the memorable events from this season? We will share the best right here! ! (We print the best stories right here!)

    1984 Chicago Bears vs Buffalo Bills NFL Preseason program, one of the first games played at the Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis, The Bears team featured HOF running back great Walter Payton. The program is in excellent condition.

    The 1984 Chicago Bears roster is below. Clicking on a tab heading will display the specified set of statistics. All columns may be sorted by clicking the column name. Clicking on an individual player will display the player's career statistics including his time with the 1984 Chicago Bears.

  • 1984 Chicago Bears season
    Head Coach Mike Ditka
    Home Field Soldier Field
    Record 10-6
    Place 1st NFC Central
    Playoff Finish Won NFC Divisional Playoff
    Lost NFC Championship
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    8. 1984 CHICAGO BEARS
    When George S. Halas died in October 1983, the Bears honored him with a -- nice, but arguably a bit , no? The following year they took the unprecedented step of continuing to salute Halas for a second season, but not with the patch -- instead, they incorporated his monogram , where it has remained ever since. The font has changed over the years, and the lettering is now a bit , but the initials are . Some might find this perma-memorial ostentatious, but Uni Watch likes how it's become part of the Bears' identity -- sort of the Eternal Flame of uniform remembrances.

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