Discussion in 'Chicago Bears' started by Fanatic24, Oct 26, 2013.
Complete Bears Draft History - Every Player and Bears Draft Class Ranked
Bears Draft History
Their top 25 for Bears
1951 Bill George LB
1981 Mike Singletary LB
1975 Walter Payton RB
1949 George Blanda QB
1940 Bulldog Turner C
1965 Dick Butkus LB
1961 Jim Tyrer T
1939 Sid Luckman QB
1953 Stan Jones G
1948 Bobby Layne QB
1936 Danny Fortmann G
2000 Brian Urlacher LB
1958 Chuck Howley LB
1965 Gale Sayers RB
1936 Joe Stydahar T
1961 Mike Ditka TE
1979 Dan Hampton DE
1983 Richard Dent DE
1952 Joe Fortunato LB
2003 Lance Briggs LB
1958 Erich Barnes DB
1998 Olin Kreutz C
1959 Richie Petitbon DB
1995 Todd Sauerbrun P
1984 Wilber Marshall LB
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Hey look Angelo has 2 players in the top 25! Perhaps he's not that bad after all...
He does? I count one
I only counted one also, Kreutz was 98 and Urlacher was 2000. JA came round in 2001.
Although if Forte keeps putting up #'s like he is, he might well be in the discussion of top 25 by the end of his career.
Well, Hester currently rank 35, Tillman at 37, Tommy Harris at 52, Alex Brown 89 and Forte at 102
Harris is way to high, Brown is about right, Hester is right, Tillman might be low, Forte is low, but his career is far from over as a Bear(barring inj).
You forget, for the short time he played... when healthy Harris was one of the best DTs in the game. Injuries killed his career
I don't forget, but the problem lies in what you said "short time he played"
Sayers had a very limited career too. Still listed as one of the great RBs
Reading all of those 0's is pretty depressing, lol.
he was listed as a LB? Sayers also played in a era when injuries ended careers at a much higher rate then they do in today's NFL. And I'd also say that he played at a higher level then Tommie did. Gayle is talked about as, if the inj didn't happen, he might be one of the greatest ever, people don't say the same about Harris.
Damn! I actually thought Urlacher was drafted by Angelo oh well.. My mistake. In the case, go fuckyourself Jerry.
He does have 5 top 100... considering there have been hundreds of players drafted in franchise history, thats not too bad
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