CHICAGO - For a season worthy of inspired prose, the scenery was almost too perfect.
As they were putting the wraps on their NFC Playoffs the temperatures conveintely dropped a few degrees, a couple of clouds floated over from the lake and mother nature did the rest.
Snow flakes were falling as Wilber Marshall was running with the football towards the goal line to score the third and final Bears touchdown of their NFC Championship game against the Rams on January 12, 1986 at Soldier Field. It was the ultimate cap on a dominating two weeks of playoff football for the Bears who didn't allow a point and yielded just 310 total yards of offense in wins over the Giants and LA.
As the Conference Championships approach this weekend in the NFL, Sports Feed to a look back 30 years to the 1985 Bears' triumph in their penultimate game in a championship run.
On Thursday's show Jarrett Payton and Josh Frydman recapped the highlight and took you inside the locker room 30 years ago at Soldier Field to hear the players discuss the victory.
Click on the video above to watch the segment.