Chicago Bears at New England Patriots 3 to 31

Sunday, September 21, 1997, Week 4

The Chicago Bears played the New England Patriots in Foxborough on Sunday, September 21, 1997, Week 4 of the 1997 season. The Patriots won by a score of 31-3.


Chicago Bears offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
199 120 79 3 9

Coaches

Head Coach: Dave Wannstedt Offensive Coordinator: Matt Cavanaugh Defensive Coordinator: Bob Slowik Wide Receivers Coach: Ivan Fears Offensive Line Coach: Tony Wise Running Backs Coach: Willie Peete Tight Ends Coach: Ted Plumb Offensive Assistant Coach: Craig Ver Steeg Defensive Line Coach: Clarence Brooks Defensive Backs Coach: Carlos Mainord Defensive Assistant Coach: Greg Schiano Special Teams Coach: Keith Armstrong Quality Control Coach: Craig Ver Steeg Defensive Quality Control Coach: Ron Rivera Offensive Quality Control Coach: Eric Studesville Volunteer Coach: Tom Rossley Strength Coach: Russ Riederer Player Personnel: Tom Rossley Assistant Trainer: Eric Sugarman


New England Patriots offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
402 315 87 3 23

Coaches

Head Coach: Pete Carroll Assistant Head Coach: Carl Smith Offensive Coordinator: Larry Kennan Defensive Coordinator: Steve Sidwell Quarterbacks Coach: Carl Smith Wide Receivers Coach: Steve Walters Offensive Line Coach: Paul T. Boudreau Running Backs Coach: Kirby Wilson Tight Ends Coach: Jeff Davidson Defensive Line Coach: Ray Hamilton, Andre Patterson Linebackers Coach: Mark "Bo" Pelini Defensive Backs (Secondary) Coach: Ron Lynn Defensive Assistant Coach: Andre Patterson Special Teams Coach: Dante Scarnecchia Strength and Conditioning Coach: Johnny Parker Owner: Robert Kraft