A pop quiz, the 1992 season

The 5-11 campaign marked the end of the Bear careers of Mike Ditka and Mike Singletary just to name a few. How much do you remember about that pivotal year in team history? Here are 15 questions plus a stumper to test your knowledge of that campaign.

1. Who was the only Bear to score in every game during the 1992 season?
A. Carlos Huerta
B. Kevin Butler
C. Neal Anderson
D. Tom Waddle

2. How many 100-yard rushing games did the Bears have in 1992?
A. None
B. One
C. Eight
D. 16

3. Who led the 1992 Bears with 10.5 sacks?
A. Richard Dent
B. Trace Armstrong
C. Steve McMichael
D. Tim Ryan

4. Who registered the Bears only kickoff return for a touchdown during the 1992 season?
A. Darren Lewis
B. John Mangum
C. Jeremy Lincoln
D. Dennis Gentry

5. Where did Mike Ditka record the last road victory of his Bear coaching career?
A. Lambeau Field
B. Metrodome
C. Astrodome
D. Superdome

6. Name the long-time Bear cornerback who led the team in punt returns in 1992.
A. Vestee Jackson
B. Shaun Gayle
C. Mark Carrier
D. Donnell Woolford

7. Name the veteran Bear who recorded a career-high 115 tackles and logged the only regular-season interception of his career in 1992.
A. Trace Armstrong
B. Richard Dent
C. Ron Rivera
D. Jim Morrissey

8. Who was the only tight end to catch a touchdown pass for the 1992 Bears?
A. Keith Jennings
B. Jim Thornton
C. Kelly Blackwell
D. Chris Gedney

9. Who caught the game-winning touchdown pass as time expired in the Bears' 27-24 win over Detroit on Opening Day 1992?
A. Wendell Davis
B. Tom Waddle
C. Ron Morris
D. Brad Muster

10. Name the Falcon who was the only quarterback to throw for 300 yards against the Bears in 1992.
A. Chris Chandler
B. Brett Favre
C. Chris Miller
D. Billy Joe Tolliver

11. Who notched his first interception in four seasons and the last pick of his career in the Bears' 31-28 overtime loss to Cincinnati Nov. 8, 1992?

A. Mike Singletary
B. Steve McMichael
C. Richard Dent
D. Shaun Gayle

12. Who caught the last of his 171 passes a week after he gained the last of his 764 rushing yards in the Bears' 16-3 loss to the Lions at the Silverdome Dec. 20, 1992?
A. Neal Anderson
B. Brad Muster
C. Dennis Gentry
D. Robert Green

13. Who started for the Bears at quarterback in the 1992 season-finale at Dallas?
A. Jim Harbaugh
B. Mike Tomczak
C. Will Furrer
D. Peter Tom Willis

14. Who scored the Bears' final touchdown of 1992?
A. Neal Anderson
B. Markus Paul
C. Jim Harbaugh
D. Chris Zorich

15. Name the Bear defensive lineman who had a sack on Opening Day and a sack in the season-finale in 1992.
A. Johnny Roper
B. Alonzo Spellman
C. Ron Cox
D. Ron Rivera

Who was on the receiving end of Chris Gardocki's 43-yard pass on a fake punt play at Green Bay Oct. 25, 1992?

1. B, Kevin Butler. The Bears' all-time leading scorer notched 91 points that year. He was the only Bear to score in losses to New Orleans, Green Bay and Detroit.

2. A, None. The closest a Bear running back came to reaching the century mark was on Sept. 27, 1992 when Brad Muster ran for 96 yards.

3. C, Steve McMichael. "Mongo" reached double figures in sacks for the third time in his career in 1992.

4. A, Darren Lewis. On Nov. 8, 1992, Lewis returned a kick 97-yards for a touchdown against the Bengals in Chicago. The return was part of a day in which Lewis rushed for 72 yards and a touchdown.

5. A, Lambeau Field. On Oct. 25, 1992, the Bears beat the Packers 30-10 in Lambeau Field for the final road victory of Mike Ditka's Bear coaching career and the lone road win of the season.

6. D, Donnell Woolford. Highlighted by a career-long 36-yard return against Pittsburgh Dec. 13, Woolford averaged a team-best 10.6 yards a punt return in 1992.

7. D, Jim Morrissey. The Michigan State product fashioned those big numbers while playing in all 16 games with 14 starts in what would be his last full season with the Bears.

8. A, Keith Jennings. In the second quarter of Game 7 at Green Bay, Jennings caught a 4-yard pass from Jim Harbaugh for the only score by a Bear tight end in 1992.

9. B, Tom Waddle. Waddle caught the game-winning 6-yard touchdown pass from Harbaugh as the clock struck zero to cap a nine-play 74-yard drive that took 1 minute and 11 seconds.

10. C, Chris Miller. Miller completed 30 of 48 passes for 351 yards with three touchdown passes and one interception as the Bears beat the Falcons 41-31.

11. A, Mike Singletary. The Hall of Fame linebacker returned the last of his seven interceptions four yards.

12. C, Dennis Gentry. In his final year with the Bears, good ol' No. 29 caught 12 passes for 114 yards and averaged 20.6 yards on 16 kickoff returns.

13. C, Will Furrer. The left-hander was nine of 23 for 89 yards with three interceptions in what would be his only start with the Bears.

14. D, Chris Zorich. The Notre Damer picked up a fumble and rumbled 42-yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter of the Bears 27-14 loss at Dallas.

15. B, Alonzo Spellman. The sacks were part of Spellman's rookie year in which he totaled four sacks.

Mark Green. Green's reception set up a touchdown and helped the Bears build a 20-10 halftime lead in a 30-10 win at Green Bay.

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