Please Register or Log in to Remove this Advertisement! I used to tape the games back then on a betamax recorder & had the entire '85 season and post season taped :) I watched those games over-and-over-and-over, until the tapes finally were tossed & replaced with DVD's. I still watch them every year. The only taped game I never re-watched from the season was the Miami loss. Even after more than 25 years, I still can't bear to watch that one. And I never will. When I watch those games it's really an amazing feeling. I love watching Walter, and I can't believe he's dead. It doesn't seem possible that somebody THAT alive and vibrant could be gone now. It saddens me to look at how the Bears have failed since then. This is why I get upset when folks want to "settle" for anything less than a Super Bowl winning team in the modern era. It's also why I won't blindly trust coaches or GM's again until the prove they can deliver a championship. We get all excited with every new GM and the endless parade of coaches. And of course they fail and get fired - and we repeat the cycle again. It is heartbreaking that we are a second-rate team to Green Bay and they own our division, year after year now. It makes me crazy. I hate it. Now we have yet another set of coaches and another GM and folks blindly accept that THIS time it will be different. I hope so. I really do. But we've actually won 2 less games this season than we did under Lovie last year. I understand why this happened and am willing to give the new regime time to prove themselves - like we have done with every new set of coaches over the decades. Anyway, I watch those old games and think of how dominant and great we were, and it grinds salt into the wounds to realize how far we have fallen as a franchise. It sucks. p.s. I'm a Chicago Cubs fan too. That double-sucks. Yet I still am a fan of those "lovable losers" who also fail to win a championship.