"We're not here to cause a scuffle, we're just here to do the Super Bowl Shuffle." sang Walter Payton and the 1985 Chicago Bears. This was prior to winning the most lop- sided playoff campaign, followed by the most dominated Super Bowl victory of all time. When speaking of the '85 Bears, people don't usually mention they choked in '84 in the NFC championship. I am not pointing this out to knock them, but to make a comparison. Our current generation of Bears made it all the way to the Super Bowl, and also choked. I believe that if only a few things happened differently, like Rex didn't drop the snap on the goal line, they could have won. So, If our current generation repeats history, bounces back, and wins the big one, these are the players I will be happiest for.
Hester is going into his third year as a full time WR. He is going to have the best passer to ever throw to him, and he is an amazing athlete. I think he is going to answer a lot of questions in a positive manner next season. That being said, Hester kept our spirits alive in time of trouble (2007). He still ran back six touchdowns that year.
I can't wait to see that pose in the true "orange and navy." I put Cutler on here, because it would silence all of his naysayers. Will these people just let the man play ball.
I would be happy for "Peanut", because he has played solid ball for Chicago for a long time, and had to lose a Super Bowl with us. Tillman is an under- rated player in my opinion. He is a big enough corner to cover guys like Plaxico Burress, and Terrell Owens.
Through thick and thin, one consistency we have been able to rely on is Gould. I hope Robbie gets a ring, he is an interesting story. He was working construction, and was a walk-on tryout, and is currently the 3rd most accurate kicker of all time.
He even looks like a giant bear. He was defensive player of the year when we lost the Super Bowl. Brian has delivered, and delivered for us Bears fans. I am not going to say anything bad about this guy. I hope he has his best season ever.
The only man to ever throw a NFL touchdown pass to Brian Urlacher. Also, the only player on the Bears to lose a Super Bowl with two different teams. Brad is a much better player than he is given credit for. He is a good gimmick passer, and a very solid punter. Brad has the most punts ever in a Super Bowl. I hope we can win him a ring with the fewest punts ever in a Super Bowl.
Patrick Mannelly(pictured above), Olin Kreutz, Orlando Pace, Lance Briggs, and