Chicago Bears at Washington Redskins 14 to 38

Sunday, November 26, 1989, Week 12

The Chicago Bears played the Washington Redskins in Washington, D.C. on Sunday, November 26, 1989, Week 12 of the 1989 season. The Redskins won by a score of 38-14. The Redskins totaled the most first downs in a game during the 1989 season with 35 downs.


Chicago Bears offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
191 132 59 3 13

Coaches

Head Coach: Mike Ditka Offensive Coordinator: Greg Landry Defensive Coordinator: Vince Tobin Wide Receivers Coach: Vic Rapp Offensive Line Coach: Dick Stanfel, John Levra Running Backs Coach: Johnny Roland Tight Ends Coach: Steve Kazor Linebackers Coach: Dave McGinnis Defensive Backs Coach: Jim LaRue Special Teams Coach: Steve Kazor Research and Quality Control: Jim Dooley


Washington Redskins offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
492 390 102 2 35

Coaches

Head Coach: Joe Gibbs Assistant Head Coach-Defense: Richie Petitbon Offensive Coordinator: Jack Burns Defensive Coordinator: Larry Peccatiello Wide Receivers Coach: Jack Burns, Charley Taylor Offensive Line Coach: Joe Bugel Running Backs Coach: Don Breaux Tight Ends Coach: Warren "Rennie" Simmons Offensive Assistant Coach: Charley Taylor Defensive Line Coach: Torgy Torgeson Secondary Coach: Emmitt Thomas Defensive Scouting Reports: Bobby DePaul Special Teams Coach: Wayne Sevier Strength Coach: Dan Riley Assistant Strength Coach: Frank Raines Conditioning Assistant Coach: Jason Arapoff Administrative Assistant: Bobby DePaul Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship: Joker Phillips