'NFL 100 Greatest' Teams, No. 2: 1985 Chicago Bears




 

"NFL 100 Greatest" ranks the top 100 teams in NFL history, and the 1985 Chicago Bears, who finished 15-1 in the regular season and defeated the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XX, land at No. 2 on the list.

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