Authentic signed Payton Jersey containing the signatures of every player of the 1985 Chicago Bears team (except William Perry) as certified by Tristar, one of the most respected companies in the sports industry. The special memorabilia Payton stock in the frame and the original signature by Walter Payton are certified by Walter Payton’s Family (Holographic Stamp) and guaranteed authentic.
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The unique jersey commemorates the extraordinary 1985 Chicago Bears season. They are one of the few teams to consistently challenge the undefeated 1972 Miami Dolphins for the unofficial title of the greatest NFL team of all time. In 2007, the 1985 Bears were ranked as the second greatest Super Bowl championship team on the NFL Network’s documentary series America’s Game: The Bears won fifteen games, as the 49ers had the year before, and won their first twelve before losing to the Miami Dolphins to deny a perfect season. The Bears’ defense was ranked first in the league and only allowed 198 total points (an average of 12.4 points per game). The Bears won the NFC Central Division by seven games over the second-place Green Bay Packers and earned the NFC’s top seed and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs at Soldier Field. In their two playoff games against the New York Giants and Los Angeles Rams, the Bears outscored their opponents 45–0 and became the first team to record back-to-back playoff shutouts. Then, in Super Bowl XX in New Orleans against the New England Patriots, the Bears set several more records. First, their 46 points broke the record that had been set by the Los Angeles Raiders in 1984 with 38 and tied by the 49ers the following year. Their 36-point margin of victory topped the 29-point margin of victory that the Raiders had put up in Super Bowl XVIII and stood as a record until the 49ers won Super Bowl XXIV, also in New Orleans, by 45 points over the Denver Broncos. It was the Bears’ first NFL World Championship title since 1963. The 85 Bears consistently rank as one of the top 5 greatest Super Bowl Teams ever.
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