|1984 Winnipeg Blue Bombers season|
|Head coach||Cal Murphy|
|Home field||Winnipeg Stadium|
|Division place||2nd, West|
|Playoff finish||Won Grey Cup|
The 1984 Winnipeg Blue Bombers finished in 2nd place in the West Division with an 11–4–1 record. They closed out the season by winning the Grey Cup 47–17 over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Their first Grey Cup victory since 1962.
|1979 Winnipeg Blue Bombers roster|
Active, Inactive Practice Roster
|A||June 3||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||21–14||Win||1–0|
|B||June 10||vs. Calgary Stampeders||29–13||Win||2–0|
|C||June 15||at Edmonton Eskimos||25–11||Win||3–0|
|D||June 21||vs. BC Lions||13–4||Loss||3–1|
|Winnipeg Blue Bombers||16||11||4||1||523||309||23|
|1||June 29||at Calgary Stampeders||24–17||Loss||0–1|
|2||July 8||vs. Toronto Argonauts||28–26||Win||1–1|
|3||July 22||vs. BC Lions||25–3||Win||2–1|
|4||July 28||at Hamilton Tiger-Cats||42–20||Win||3–1|
|5||Aug 3||at Edmonton Eskimos||22–21||Win||4–1|
|6||Aug 10||vs. Montreal Concordes||45–15||Win||5–1|
|7||Aug 17||at Ottawa Rough Riders||46–17||Win||6–1|
|8||Aug 26||vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders||48–28||Win||7–1|
|9||Sept 2||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||30–25||Loss||7–2|
|10||Sept 7||vs. Ottawa Rough Riders||65–25||Win||8–2|
|11||Sept 15||vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats||48–16||Win||9–2|
|12||Sept 22||at Montreal Concordes||14–14||Tie||9–2–1|
|13||Sept 30||at Toronto Argonauts||31–19||Loss||9–3–1|
|14||Oct 8||vs. Calgary Stampeders||46–8||Win||10–3–1|
|15||Oct 13||vs. Edmonton Eskimos||30–11||Win||11–3–1|
|16||Oct 27||at BC Lions||20–3||Loss||11–4–1|
|Winnipeg Blue Bombers||15||8||10||22||55|
|Winnipeg Blue Bombers||3||14||8||6||31|
|Winnipeg Blue Bombers||3||27||3||14||47|
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