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Super Bowl: Super Bowl XX

The Chicago Bears defeat the New England Patriots 46-10.

Episode Info

Episode number: 20x1
Airdate: Sunday January 26th, 1986
Network: NBC

Director: (Unknown)
Writer: (Unknown)

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Guest Stars
New England PatriotsNew England Patriots
As AFC Champions (Loser)
Chicago BearsChicago Bears
As NFC Champions (Winner)

Musical Guests
Up With PeopleUp With People
As Themselves (Halftime Show)
Wynton MarsalisWynton Marsalis
As Himself (National Anthem)

Al JuryAl Jury
As Back Judge
Bart StarrBart Starr
As Coin Tosser
Dale WilliamsDale Williams
As Line Judge
Jack VaughanJack Vaughan
As Field Judge
Red CashionRed Cashion
As Referee
Ron BotchanRon Botchan
As Umpire
Bama GlassBama Glass
As Head Linesman
Bob RiceBob Rice
As Side Judge
Main Cast
Dick EnbergDick Enberg
As Announcer
Merlin OlsenMerlin Olsen
As Color Commentator
Bob GrieseBob Griese
As Color Commentator
Episode Notes
The Bears had as many sacks as rushing yards allowed- 7.

The Patriots had -19 yards in the first half, and finished with 123 yards.

The Patriots also finished in third place in the AFC East during the 1985 season.

The Nielsen Rating of this Super Bowl was 48.3.

The Patriots took the quickest lead in any Super Bowl, recovering a fumble on defense and returning for a touchdown. After the play, 13:41 was still left on the game clock.

The Bears scored 8 times between the Patriots two scores.

Richard Dent became the second defensive to earn the MVP award in this game.

Warning: Super Bowl season 20 episode 1 guide may contain spoilers
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