In American football, the Fog Bowl was the December 31, 1988 National Football League (NFL) playoff game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears. A dense fog rolled over Chicago's Soldier Field during the 2nd quarter, cutting visibility to about 15–20 yards for the rest of the game. Philadelphia moved the ball effectively all day and Eagles quarterback Randall Cunningham had 407 passing yards despite the low visibility; but they could not get the ball into the end zone. Many players complained that they could not see the sidelines or first-down markers. The Bears ended up winning 20–12. The game eventually was named #3 on NFL Top 10's Weather Games.

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  • In American football, the Fog Bowl was the December 31, 1988 National Football League (NFL) playoff game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears. A dense fog rolled over Chicago's Soldier Field during the 2nd quarter, cutting visibility to about 15–20 yards for the rest of the game. Philadelphia moved the ball effectively all day and Eagles quarterback Randall Cunningham had 407 passing yards despite the low visibility; but they could not get the ball into the end zone. Many players complained that they could not see the sidelines or first-down markers. The Bears ended up winning 20–12. The game eventually was named #3 on NFL Top 10's Weather Games. The game was also notable in that it involved head coaches who had been previously worked on the same staff of a Super Bowl winning team. Eagles coach Buddy Ryan had been the defense coordinator for Mike Ditka on the Bears when the team won Super Bowl XX. (en)
  • Der Fog Bowl (dt.: „Nebelspiel“) ist die informelle Bezeichnung für das Halbfinalspiel der National Football Conference (NFC) in der National Football League (NFL) zwischen den Chicago Bears und den Philadelphia Eagles, das am 31. Dezember 1988 im Soldier Field in Chicago stattfand. Die Bears gewannen mit 20-12, während die Sicht in der zweiten Halbzeit aufgrund von dichtem Nebel fast auf null gesunken war. Es gilt als einer der bizarrsten Spiele in der NFL-Geschichte. (de)
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  • ;First quarter *CHI - TD: Dennis McKinnon 64 yard pass from Mike Tomczak 7-0 CHI *PHI - FG: Luis Zendejas 42 yard 7-3 CHI ;Second quarter *PHI - FG: Luis Zendejas 29 yard FG 7-6 CHI *CHI - TD: Neal Anderson 4 yard run 14-6 CHI *CHI - FG: Kevin Butler 46 yard FG 17-6 CHI *PHI - FG: Luis Zendejas 30 yard FG 17-9 CHI ;Third quarter *PHI - FG: Luis Zendejas 35 yard 17-12 CHI ;Fourth quarter *CHI - FG: Kevin Butler 27 yard 20-12 CHI
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  • ;Top passers * PHI – Randall Cunningham – 27/54, 407 YDS, 0 TD, 3 INT * CHI – Mike Tomczak – 10/20, 172 YDS, TD, 3 INT ;Top rushers * PHI – Keith Byars – 7 CAR, 34 YDS * CHI – Thomas Sanders – 8 CAR, 94 YDS ;Top receivers * PHI – Keith Jackson – 7 REC, 142 YDS * CHI – Dennis McKinnon – 4 REC, 108 YDS, TD
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  • Der Fog Bowl (dt.: „Nebelspiel“) ist die informelle Bezeichnung für das Halbfinalspiel der National Football Conference (NFC) in der National Football League (NFL) zwischen den Chicago Bears und den Philadelphia Eagles, das am 31. Dezember 1988 im Soldier Field in Chicago stattfand. Die Bears gewannen mit 20-12, während die Sicht in der zweiten Halbzeit aufgrund von dichtem Nebel fast auf null gesunken war. Es gilt als einer der bizarrsten Spiele in der NFL-Geschichte. (de)
  • In American football, the Fog Bowl was the December 31, 1988 National Football League (NFL) playoff game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears. A dense fog rolled over Chicago's Soldier Field during the 2nd quarter, cutting visibility to about 15–20 yards for the rest of the game. Philadelphia moved the ball effectively all day and Eagles quarterback Randall Cunningham had 407 passing yards despite the low visibility; but they could not get the ball into the end zone. Many players complained that they could not see the sidelines or first-down markers. The Bears ended up winning 20–12. The game eventually was named #3 on NFL Top 10's Weather Games. (en)
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