Ranks 88th on NFL All-Time Gross Yards Passing List (18,148). Jim McMahon is a member of the following lists: 1959 births, American football quarterbacks and Minnesota Vikings players.

[citation needed], At the by-election held on 3 December 2015, McMahon was elected Member of Parliament for Oldham West and Royton, with 62% of the vote – an increase of seven percentage points since the 2015 general election. After an interception by Wilber Marshall on the Vikings ensuing possession, McMahon's very next offensive play was a 25-yard touchdown pass to Dennis McKinnon, making him 2–2 for 95 yards and two touchdowns.

His career totals were 9,536 passing yards and 84 touchdown passes (not including bowl games). In the playoffs McMahon heeded this coaching advice and was speared by a defender's helmet squarely in his buttocks, causing a painful deep bruise for which McMahon sought acupuncture treatment. As of 2017[update]'s NFL off-season, Jim McMahon held at least 15 Bears franchise records, including: McMahon started 11 games for the 6–10 Chargers team in 1989. Print.

McMahon's season statistics might have been even better, but he spent significant time on the sidelines because the Cougars won many games by wide margins. Benson, Lee.

McMahon caused some controversy when he showed up to the Packers' reception at the White House wearing his Bears jersey, due to the rivalry between the two teams.

McMahon watched from the sidelines as Wilson set nine NCAA records, tied two others, and became the first BYU player to earn consensus first team All-American honors; he finished third in Heisman Trophy balloting. McMahon's last chance to be a full-time starter came with the Minnesota Vikings in 1993.

Midway into the third quarter, the Vikings held a 17–9 lead. He also fell out of favor with head coach Mike Ditka, and after spending his first seven seasons in the league with Chicago, McMahon was traded to the San Diego Chargers. | 

McMahon left college with 70 NCAA records[3] and tied for one other.

He had only 4 games over 200 yards, but had 389 yards against the Houston Oilers in a Week 2 loss. New head coach Mike Ditka made McMahon his first first-round selection. The Chicago Bears selected McMahon in the first round (fifth overall) of the 1982 NFL Draft. Ranks 60th on NFL All-Time Times Sacked List (226). He was named Chevrolet Player of the Game and WAC Player of the Week for his performance. [13], McMahon won the selection to be Labour Party candidate at the 2015 Oldham West and Royton by-election following the death of incumbent Michael Meacher.

"SMU fell to BYU as quarterback Jim McMahon engineered what many dubbed 'the greatest comeback in college football bowl history'." The film covers McMahon's life in and out of professional sports. McMahon returned for the 1988 season with a much more serious attitude.

He stayed with the Eagles for one additional season as the backup to Cunningham.

Chicago finished the season at 8–8, missing the division title and a playoff berth by one victory again. Jim McMahon dives into the end zone to score a touchdown during Super Bowl XX. [5], In September 2010, McMahon announced he would complete his coursework at BYU, which would qualify him for induction into the Brigham Young University Athletics Hall of Fame. Ranks 80th on NFL All-Time Pass Completions List (1,492). [25] The letter was penned by Doctors for Cannabis Regulation and signed by several other NFL players.

The procedure had positive results. [15], He appeared in a Sports Illustrated cover article in September 2012 detailing his struggles. Jim hosts a golf tournament in Phoenix, Arizona for Ronald McDonald House. McMahon had suffered a knee injury towards the end of the 1978 season and BYU coaches chose to redshirt him in 1979. Publicity Listings He won two Super Bowl titles, the first with the Bears in Super Bowl XX where he was the starting quarterback, and the second with their rivals, the Green Bay Packers, in Super Bowl XXXI where he was a backup to Brett Favre. Wore contact lenses while playing. The players could barely hear him in the huddle, and when McMahon attempted an audible at the line of scrimmage the Bears receivers were unable to hear his call.

In 2010, McMahon became a part owner of the Indoor Football League's Chicago Slaughter. He promptly guided BYU's offense to three quick touchdowns, including a 41-yard Hail Mary pass to Clay Brown to win the game[3] as time expired.

He retired following the 1996 season, which finished with a Green Bay Super Bowl victory over the New England Patriots in New Orleans, eleven years to the day of the Bears' Super Bowl victory over the Patriots in the same venue. While his vision was saved, the accident left that eye extremely sensitive to light. He played college football at Brigham Young University, where he was a two-time All-American (1980, 1981) and later in the professional ranks with the Chicago Bears, San Diego Chargers, Philadelphia Eagles, Minnesota Vikings, Arizona Cardinals, Cleveland Browns, and Green Bay Packers. Although he started all 12 regular season games, he only finished three of them. For his efforts, he was named WAC Player of the Year and unanimous First Team All-WAC.

He's been married to his wife Nancy for sixteen years; they have four children.

He went 4–7 in the games he started, though the team lost 4 of those games by a combined 11 points.

He was benched for the final four games in favor of Billy Joe Tolliver and finished the year with 2,132 yards, 10 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.

McMahon was born in Miles Platting, Manchester, to William McMahon, a lorry driver and Alicia O'Rourke (Breffni).

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