Rick Telander talks Jim McMahon, share your favorite stories

SHARE Rick Telander talks Jim McMahon, share your favorite stories
SHARE Rick Telander talks Jim McMahon, share your favorite stories

Chicago Sun-Times columnist Rick Telander takes a trip down memory lane to talk about 1985 Chicago Bears quarterback Jim McMahon in the video above.

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McMahon was arguably the most interesting of the characters that helped form the legendary Bears team.

“I don’t see how the Chicago Bears could have won the 1985 Super Bowl, the only Super Bowl they’ve ever won, without Jim McMahon at the helm,” Telander said.

Share your personal memories and stories of McMahon by tweeting @85ChiBears or @suntimes_sports, posting a Facebook comment on the wall of our 1985 Chicago Bears page or Sun-Times Sports page, or by emailing matt.schwerha@suntimes.com. Later this week, we will share the best reader stories in another post.

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