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The New York Times. The Bears then marched 72 yards in 11 plays, moving the ball inside the Patriots' yard line. Audio of Rob Gronkowski call. Pittsburgh 21, Dallas 2016-2017 Season

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With the dominance of the Bears squad the pair didn't think they would be starting a local tradition still going strong 30 years later. The outing has taken place every year in all types of weather and will continue every year until the Bears repeat as Champions. Don Criqui was the play-by-play announcer, with Bob Trumpy as the color anlayst. This was the first year that the NFL itself implemented the pregame entertainment.

The pregame entertainment show began after the players left the field and ended with kick-off. Lesslee Fitzmorris created and directed the show. To celebrate the 20th Super Bowl game, the Most Valuable Players of the previous Super Bowls were featured during the pregame festivities.

The number one song of the year coupled with video plays from each Super Bowl accompanied the presentation of each player. Performers formed the score of each championship game. The show concluded with the question of who would be the next Super Bowl Champions. The performance event group Up with People performed during the halftime show titled "Beat of the Future".

Up with People dancers portrayed various scenes into the future. The halftime show was dedicated to the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day had been held the previous Monday. The Patriots took the then-quickest lead in Super Bowl history after linebacker Larry McGrew recovered a fumble from Walter Payton at the Chicago yard line on the second play of the game [12] the Bears themselves would break this record in Super Bowl XLI when Devin Hester ran back the opening kickoff for a touchdown.

This set up Tony Franklin 's yard field goal 1: I thought, yeah, but none of those 15 had ever played the Bears. After both teams traded punts, Richard Dent and linebacker Wilber Marshall shared a sack on Eason, forcing a fumble that lineman Dan Hampton recovered on the Patriots yard line. Chicago then drove to the 3-yard line, but had to settle for another field goal from Butler after rookie defensive lineman William "The Refrigerator" Perry was tackled and technically sacked for a 1-yard loss while trying to throw his first NFL pass on a halfback option play.

On the Patriots' ensuing drive, Dent forced running back Craig James to fumble, which was recovered by Singletary at the yard line. Two plays later, Bears fullback Matt Suhey scored on an yard touchdown run to increase the lead to 13—3. New England took the ensuing kickoff and ran one play before the first quarter ended, which resulted in positive yardage for the first time in the game a 3-yard run by James.

After an incomplete pass and a 4-yard loss, the Patriots had to send in punter Rich Camarillo again, and receiver Keith Ortego returned the ball 12 yards to the yard line. The Bears subsequently drove 59 yards in 10 plays, featuring a yard reception by Suhey, to score on McMahon's 2-yard touchdown run to increase their lead, 20—3.

After the ensuing kickoff, New England lost 13 yards in 3 plays and had to punt again, but got the ball back with great field position when defensive back Raymond Clayborn recovered a fumble from Suhey at their own yard line. On the punt, Ortego forgot what the play call was for the punt return, and the ensuing chaos resulted in him being penalized for running after a fair catch and teammate Leslie Frazier suffering a knee injury, which ended his career. Patriots head coach Raymond Berry then replaced Eason with Steve Grogan , who had spent the previous week hoping he would have the opportunity to step onto the NFL's biggest stage.

I could come in on the punt-block team and stand behind the line and wave my arms, or something. The Bears then marched 72 yards in 11 plays, moving the ball inside the Patriots' yard line. New England kept them out of the end zone, but Butler kicked his third field goal on the last play of the half to give Chicago a 23—3 halftime lead. The end of the first half was controversial. With 21 seconds left, McMahon scrambled to the Patriots' 3-yard line and was stopped inbounds.

With the clock ticking down, players from both teams were fighting, and the Bears were forced to snap the ball before the officials formally put it back into play, allowing McMahon to throw the ball out of bounds and stop the clock with three seconds left. The Bears were penalized five yards for delay of game, but according to NFL rules, 10 seconds should have also been run off the clock during such a deliberate clock-stopping attempt in the final two minutes of a half.

In addition, a flag should have been thrown for fighting also according to NFL rules. Meanwhile, the non-call on the illegal snap was promptly acknowledged by the officials and reported by NBC sportscasters during halftime, but the resulting three points were not taken away from the Bears because of this instance, the NFL instructed officials to strictly enforce the second run-off rule at the start of the season.

While Eason was in the game, the totals were six possessions, one play of positive yardage out of 15 plays, no first downs, 3 points, 3 punts, 2 turnovers, no pass completions, and yards of total offense.

After the Patriots received the second-half kickoff, they managed to get one first down, but then had to punt after Grogan was sacked twice. Camarillo, who punted four times in the first half, managed to pin the Bears back at their own 4-yard line with a then-Super Bowl record yard punt. But the Patriots' defense still had no ability to stop Chicago's offense.

On their very first play, McMahon faked a handoff to Payton, then threw a yard completion to Gault. Eight plays later, McMahon finished the Super Bowl-record yard drive with a 1-yard touchdown run to increase the Bears' lead to 30—3. On New England's second drive of the quarter, Chicago cornerback Reggie Phillips who replaced Frazier intercepted a pass from Grogan and returned it 28 yards for a touchdown to increase the lead to 37—3.

On the second play of their ensuing possession, the Patriots turned the ball over again, when receiver Cedric Jones lost a fumble after catching a yard pass from Grogan, and Wilber Marshall returned the fumble 13 yards to New England's yard line.

A few plays later, McMahon's yard completion to receiver Dennis Gentry moved the ball to the 1-yard line, setting up perhaps the most memorable moment of the game. William "The Refrigerator" Perry was brought on to score on offense, as he had done twice in the regular season. His touchdown while running over Patriots linebacker Larry McGrew in the process made the score 44—3.

The Bears' 21 points in the third quarter is still a record for the most points scored in that period. Perry's surprise touchdown cost Las Vegas sports books hundreds of thousands of dollars in losses from prop bets. The Patriots finally scored a touchdown early in the fourth quarter, advancing the ball 76 yards in 12 plays and scoring on an 8-yard fourth-down pass from Grogan to receiver Irving Fryar.

But the Bears' defense dominated New England for the rest of the game, forcing another fumble, another interception, and defensive lineman Henry Waechter 's sack on Grogan in the end zone for a safety to make the final score 46— One oddity in the Bears' victory was that Walter Payton had a relatively poor performance running the ball and never scored a touchdown in Super Bowl XX, his only Super Bowl appearance during his Hall of Fame career.

Many people including Mike Ditka have claimed that the reason for this was due to the fact that the Patriots' defensive scheme was centered on stopping Payton. He was given several opportunities to score near the goal line, but New England stopped him every time before he reached the end zone such as his 2-yard loss from the New England 3-yard line a few plays before Butler's second field goal, and his 2-yard run from the 4-yard line right before McMahon's first rushing touchdown.

Thus, Chicago head coach Mike Ditka opted to go for other plays to counter the Patriots' defense. Ditka has since stated that his biggest regret of his career was not creating a scoring opportunity for Payton during the game. McMahon, who completed 12 out of 20 passes for yards, became the first quarterback in a Super Bowl to score 2 rushing touchdowns. He also returned 4 kickoffs for 49 yards.

Suhey had 11 carries for 52 yards and a touchdown, and caught a pass for 24 yards. Singletary tied a Super Bowl record with 2 fumble recoveries. Eason became the first Super Bowl starting quarterback to fail to complete a pass, [ citation needed ] going 0 for 6 attempts. Grogan completed 17 out of 30 passes for yards and 1 touchdown, with 2 interceptions. Although fullback Tony Collins was the Patriots' leading rusher, he was limited to just 4 yards on 3 carries, and caught 2 passes for 19 yards.

New England receiver Stephen Starring returned 7 kickoffs for yards and caught 2 passes for 39 yards. The Patriots, as a team, only recorded total offensive yards, the second-lowest total in Super Bowl history. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Mike Ditka Head coach: Chicago Bears 46, New England Patriots Team Records Set [21] Points Most points, game 46 points Bears Largest margin of victory 36 points Most points scored, second half 23 points Most points, third quarter 21 points Largest lead, end of 3rd quarter 41 points Touchdowns Longest touchdown scoring drive 96 yards Bears Rushing Fewest rushing yards net 7 Patriots Lowest average gain per rush attempt 0.

Records Set, both team totals [21] Total Bears Patriots Points, Both Teams Most points, third quarter 21 points 21 0 Passing, Both Teams Most times sacked 10 3 7 Records tied, both team totals Most field goals made 4 3 1 Most rushing touchdowns 4 4 0 Most fumbles lost 6 2 4 Most kickoff returns 11 4 7. Retrieved February 4, Retrieved August 2, Retrieved August 24, Retrieved 26 March Archived from the original on December 13, Archived from the original on January 23, The New York Times.

Retrieved 5 February On top of world — and Mongo, Fridge". Pro Football Hall of Fame. Retrieved March 10, Retrieved 7 November Retrieved 6 November Retrieved March 3, Super Bowl Sunday Curse. History Coaches Seasons Current season.

Ted Phillips General Manager: Ryan Pace Head Coach: Lou Canellis gameday television host, pre-season sideline reporter Sam Rosen pre-season play-by-play Jim Miller pre-season analyst. National Football League Conference: National Football Conference Division: Championship seasons in bold Book: National Football League —present Conference: Possibly because their division looks weaker?

The name of the team is the Redskins. The small amount of bets taken so far have probably skewed the lines. As more bets are taken, the lines will stabilize and look like Vegas. Some guy probably took a flier on Cleve. This is all based on last year. As anyone with a brain knows, with the possible exception of the Golden State Warriors, each team experiences a different season than the one past.

To fool yourself to think otherwise is to prove what my late grandpa called betting: The bandwagon is moving out, and all of the nay-sayers and panty-waist commenters had better get a move on. What amount of past success, coaching and crowd noise do you think the current Hawks squad will need to compete for a wildcard this season? Picking the winner is hard enough on game day how about what are the odds for teams to just make it to the SB.

Seahawks lost 6 out of their top 10 players. Their roster is decimated as well as their coaching staff. Everyone else in the division got better. They got massively worse. The Hawks are going to surprise a lot of people this season. Lots of words will be eaten come Thanksgiving. You put the Browns in the NFC and there odds would be What were the eagles at the start of last year?

The giants in , patriots in , rams in Probably a lot of other 75;1 teams that won it all, maybe the Browns are good. You girls need to put down the Cheetos and Mountain Dew, get a job and stop living in your Moms basement. Please learn to read. Obviously different odds will bring different ROIs. If every team had odds, most of the money would end up on the worst teams. The article and most people think the oddsmakers make tacit judgments about this or that team when they post odds.

If the Patriots, or another low odds team wins, then your ROI is in the toilet. They have well over 20 new players, many of them seasoned vets as well several high round draft picks.

This is no 0 or 1 win team. June 17, at 8: A problem with that logic is that we really do not know how bad the team was. I suspect that if we could go back and improve the Browns at 50 or so of the 53 roster spots, they probably would have STILL gone The improved roster may actually be a vast upgrade, but is not out of the question.

Another problem is the continued presence of a coaching staff.