Seattle Seahawks at Chicago Bears 34 to 21

Sunday, December 20, 1987, Week 15

The Seattle Seahawks played the Chicago Bears in Chicago on Sunday, December 20, 1987, Week 15 of the 1987 season. The Seahawks won by a score of 34-21. With this game, the Bears finished the season 6-2-0 at home.


Seattle Seahawks offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
300 184 116 0 17

Coaches

Head Coach: Chuck Knox Assistant Head Coach: Tom Catlin Offensive Coordinator: Steve Moore Defensive Coordinator: Tom Catlin Quarterbacks Coach: Ken Meyer Wide Receivers Coach: Steve Moore Offensive Line Coach: Kent Stephenson Running Backs Coach: Chick Harris Tight Ends Coach: Russ Purnell Defensive Line Coach: George Dyer Linebackers Coach: Rusty Tillman, Tom Catlin Defensive Backs (Secondary) Coach: Ralph Hawkins Special Teams Coach: Rusty Tillman Special Teams Assistant Coach: Russ Purnell Special Assignments: Joe Vitt General Manager: Mike McCormack President: Mike McCormack


Chicago Bears offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
437 276 161 5 31

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