Today, we go back to the "D" side and look at th top Cb's in bears history- which once again hard to compare the less passing games of the early years, and Cb's of that era, with today's much heavier pass-centric attacks that lead to alot better stats for today's CB's, and will aslo say the extreme rule changes has also changed the position where cb's can no longer mug and decleat Wr's as could even as far alon as the 1960' and 1970's.
1. red grange- will forever be known as if not the greatest the top 5 college player and runner. But Peopel forget he was also a very good CB, including thegame saving tackle to secure the 1933 championship 23-21 over giants, on a ply hals calls the greatest ever.
2. Charles tillman- under-rated Cb, that does it all and one of the best at stripping ball, should have multiple probowl's over deangelo hall in 2005-2007, but always the Alternate
3. george mcafee-"one touch mcafee" again known more for "O" ,but an outstand DB on the monster's of midway championships
4.Bennie McRae - all time leader in INT returned for td with 4, and with vasher only probowl cb's last 40 years
5A leslie fraiser- hard on the 80's "D" for the CB to make any noise after Qb's destroyd before throwing, but fraiser vry solid and will be a very good HC now
5b- donell wilford- As have said before so hard to like anything about the mid 90's but donell had some very good years
walt harris-another solid DB in late 90's
nathan vasher-a good Cb for 3 years, never the same after his injury
rw mcquarters- kknownmore for his good nickle play, tought deserved mentioned
WHO YA GOT?