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Posted August 26, 2005
It is hard to believe that 20 years have passed since the Chicago Bears won the Super Bowl. I was too young to remember it happening. And I know the reason why they haven't been there since: Defensive cordnatior Buddy Ryan left after that season to become a head coach (he never won a playoff game another reason why he should of stayed in Chicago). I also believe that's the biggest mistake Michael McCaskey ever made in his years he inheirited the Bears from his famous grandfather (George Halas): Not re-signing Buddy Ryan. While my father has another theory: He blames it on 'Da Coach', Mike Ditka first fighting with Ryan then fighting with his quarterback Jim McMahon (after when Ryan left). When I read the author's introduction to this book the first thing that came to mind was the New York Mets the next year: (see 'The Bad Guys Won') Both teams were loaded with talent, the players became spoiled after winning a championship, and they both become symbols of the Greed-Is-Good, Reagan-era 80's. Case in point: Dwight Gooden got arrested again recently for driving drunk. Why? Because his body is still stuck in 1986! To close this up, I look back on the '85 Bears in anger like I do to the Bulls teams in the 90's because I say to myself, 'Damn, they should of won more championships.'Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 22, 2011
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