Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers 16 to 10

Sunday, November 3, 1985, Week 9

The Chicago Bears played the Green Bay Packers in Green Bay on Sunday, November 3, 1985, Week 9 of the 1985 season. The Bears won by a score of 16-10. The Bears continued their winning streak, now at 9 games. Their winning streak started on Sunday, September 8, 1985 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Bears swept the Packers for the 1985 season.


Chicago Bears offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
253 65 188 1 16

Coaches

Head Coach: Mike Ditka Offensive Coordinator: Ed Hughes Defensive Coordinator: Buddy Ryan Wide Receivers Coach: Ted Plumb Offensive Line Coach: Dick Stanfel Tight Ends Coach: Steve Kazor Offensive Backfield Coach: Johnny Roland Defensive Line Coach: Dale Haupt Defensive Backs Coach: Jim LaRue Defensive Assistant Coach: Jeff Fisher, Steve Kazor Special Teams Coach: Steve Kazor General Manager: Jerry Vainisi Research and Quality Control: Jim Dooley


Green Bay Packers offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
242 155 87 1 15

Coaches

Head Coach: Forrest Gregg Offensive Coordinator: Bob Schnelker Defensive Coordinator: Dick Modzelewski Wide Receivers Coach: Lew Carpenter Offensive Line Coach: Jerry Wampfler Offensive Backs Coach: George Sefcik Defensive Line Coach: Dick Modzelewski Linebackers Coach: Herb Paterra Defensive Backs (Secondary) Coach: Ken Riley Special Teams Coach: Chuck Priefer, Herb Paterra Strength and Conditioning Coach: Virgil Knight