Saddest Bears Injury?

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Which Bears injury hurt you the most?

  1. Sayers knee vs 49ers

    6 vote(s)
    15.0%
  2. Johnny Knox Vertebreaker

    7 vote(s)
    17.5%
  3. Cutler knee sprain 2010 NFC Title game

    2 vote(s)
    5.0%
  4. Lamarr Houston Sack Dance

    1 vote(s)
    2.5%
  5. Tommie Harris knee in '06

    3 vote(s)
    7.5%
  6. Mike Brown foot in '06

    4 vote(s)
    10.0%
  7. Dirty Charles Martin sack on McMahon in 86

    16 vote(s)
    40.0%
  8. Cutler Thumb Break 2011

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  9. Peanut tricep again in 2014

    1 vote(s)
    2.5%
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  1. Jeff George

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    Like any team....we've had our share of ill timed injuries.

    But football injuries, like death and rejection by at least 1 girl we really like, is a part of life.
     
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    Tommie. Biggest loss to the team I think when contrasted with the others...
     
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    It could be argued the loss of Harris and Brown in 2006 cost the Super Bowl, but I'd say the "saddest" was Brown's knee injury in 2007.
     
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    That was pretty sad. Like, really really sad.
     
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    Really quite.

     
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    The one that made me cringe the most was Knox. I'm sorry that I just watched it again. The one that pissed me off the most was McMahon. The one that isn't mentioned and lost the most potential was Leslie Frazier. I think you left him out on purpose.
     
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    Frazier's injury was a shame. On a punt return in the Super Bowl, Bears already ahead 20-3, and Keith Ortega getting penalized on the play for running back a punt he signaled for a fair catch. Real shame, as Frazier was just in his 5th year and coming into his prime.
     
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    Man what about Wendell Davis blowing out both knees on that garbage Philly surface?
     
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    That was brutal. Jeez.
     
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    It's one of the most gruesome things I've ever witnessed. And it's never shown thank God.
     
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    Mike Brown. With him there's a good chance we win that SB.
     
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    Thread is about saddest injuries.

    Not the sickest.

    I'm not that demented haha
     
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    Its on YouTube.

    And its.really not.gruesome at all.

    It was like.dale.earnhardts crash in '01. Didn't look that bad but...
     
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    That Martin on McMahon cheap shot killed another Super Bowl title for us.
     
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    saddest also, ended the guys career. He was a damn good WR for the Bears, it was the first time in a long time the team was starting to be led by the O not the def, that injury and Kramers inability to stay healthy ruined that thought process and really ruined any shot Wanny had of being a successful coach.
     
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    Actually your history is a.little rusty man.

    Davis got hurt in '93...Kramer wasn't even there yet.

    It was still Harbaugh...and that 93.team....with and without t Wendell Davis....was one of the worst offenses i can remember in Chicago.

    The D was actually better than the O in 93. They carried the team in '94 too with Walsh.at the helm.

    Wasn't until '95,when Davis was a distant memory that the O showed up.
     
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    I think losing Tommie in the middle was the bigger blow.
     
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    Something you would have though almost impossible to do same injury to both at the same time. I didn't double check but wasn't that 2 patella tendons and non contact. Old astroturf was bad stuff.
     
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    I voted Sayers. I am old enough to have seen it on live TV. That makes an impression.
    Johnny Knox was one of my favorite recent Bears players. I was traveling that day, and never saw the game. I still have never seen it, and do not want to ever see it.
     
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