As a diehard Chicago Bears fan who first became obsessed with Chicago in 2006, it's hard to relive the Super Bowl 41 moments. But, without that magical season, we wouldn't know what it takes for our Bears to become top notch again.
In 2006, Florida product Rex Grossman led Chicago's offense which was run by Ron Turner. Grossman usually handed the ball off to Thomas Jones or Cedric Benson, who helped pull Chicago into the playoffs, but ocassionally Turner would let Rex chuck it deep.
With not-so-great of an offense, the Bears' defense stepped up to the plate. Even after falling off the charts, Chicago managed to crawl, inch by inch, to the Super Bowl.
This was four years ago. I remember every little detail. Now, I want to see the Chicago Bears recreate the magic that we witnessed during their second Super Bowl run.