Kansas City Chiefs at Chicago Bears 28 to 31

Sunday, November 1, 1987, Week 8

The Kansas City Chiefs played the Chicago Bears in Chicago on Sunday, November 1, 1987, Week 8 of the 1987 season. The Bears won by a score of 31-28.


Kansas City Chiefs offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
367 256 111 2 20

Coaches

Head Coach: Frank Gansz Offensive Coordinator: Homer Austin Smith Defensive Coordinator: John-Paul Young Quarterbacks Coach: Homer Austin Smith Wide Receivers Coach: Dick Wood Offensive Line Coach: Carl Mauck Running Backs Coach: Billie Matthews Tight Ends Coach: J.D. Helm Line Coach: Clarence T. Hewgley, Jr. Defensive Line Coach: Don Lawrence Linebackers Coach: John-Paul Young, Mark Hatley Secondary Coach: Dave Brazil Special Teams Coach: Ed Beckman Defensive Quality Control Coach: Mark Hatley Offensive Quality Control Coach: J.D. Helm Strength and Conditioning Coach: Clarence T. Hewgley, Jr.


Chicago Bears offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
343 263 80 2 20

Coaches

Head Coach: Mike Ditka Offensive Coordinator: Ed Hughes Defensive Coordinator: Vince Tobin Quarterbacks Coach: Greg Landry Wide Receivers Coach: Greg Landry 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 General Manager: Jerry Vainisi Research and Quality Control: Jim Dooley