Greatest Chicago Bears Player of All Time


The Top Ten

1 Walter Payton Walter Payton Walter Jerry Payton was an American football running back who played for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League for thirteen seasons.

He was without doubt the greatest all-around NFL running back of all time. No single player could run, block, receive, or pass as well. Has anyone ever jumped over the line at the goal line like he could?

I am a huge Chicago bears fan! One of my favorite athletes of all time, no one in NFL history will be as great as Walter Payton! Sweetness!

Not only the greatest Bear, but the greatest player to have played the game!

He is cute and poops on the floor - PokEmon232698

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2 Brian Urlacher

He has more tackles than you can count, go's up for the ball like a cornerback, and he does every thing he can to help the team - belac2006

Very underrated in nfl history

True leader who led by example.

Brian Urlacher's freakish sideline-to-sideline speed, his height, his size, and his football IQ were so great - he made Hunter Hillenmeyer look good! I didn't see Dick Butkus play, but I did see Singletary. Don't kid yourselves - if you were an NFL General Manager, you'd take Urlacher before Singletary. Brian Urlacher was a special player.

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3 Gale Sayers Gale Sayers Gale Eugene Sayers, also known as "The Kansas Comet", is a former American college and professional football player who was a running back in the National Football League for seven seasons during the 1960s and early 1970s.

He was so unbeliveably ahead of his time that it was almost a comedy act watching defenders try to stop him. - aman28

*22 touchdowns as a rookie.
*Two NFL rushing titles in a six-year injury plagued career.

He is pooped out by pooping in Drew Brees face - PokEmon232698


4 Dick Butkus Dick Butkus

*Killed a player with a single tackle.
*7-time all-pro player.
*Forced 27 in his 8 year career.

dick butkus is football. he is rough and tough. high motor. plays 100 percent all the time.

5 Mike Singletary
6 Devin Hester

He's only been in the league 2 years and he's already second on all the time returns for touchdowns list. He could also become a dangerous receiver. Look out Canton. - crazyeyes56

A punt and kick returners job is so important. Even though they don't always have to score, they can set up key drives.

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8 Richard Dent

Come on guys, Dent deserves to be higher! He is one of the best Bears players of all time and MVP when the Bears won the super bowl.

Dent was the MVP when the bears won the Super Bowl! Without a doubt one of the greatest players in Chicago Bears history!

9 Mike Ditka Mike Ditka

He should at least be above urlacher! He was a genius and I'm sure people don't know urlacher as much as Ditka.

Changed the Tight End position. - waterboy51

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10 Matt Forte Matt Forte Matthew Garrett Forte is an American football running back for the New York Jets in the National Football League.

Forte is a excellent player and deserves to be higher on the list

You such he should way lower

The Contenders

11 Richard Perry The Fridge

he's raw

12 Brina Piccolo

More heart than any other!

Spell Brian righ! His a legion!

13 Charles Tillman
14 Robbie Gould
15 Keith Hilldenberg
16 Jim McMahon

Jimmy gave the bears personality

17 Dan Hampton

Having Dan Hampton outside the top 10 let alone the top 20 is just ignorant.

18 Willie Galimore

If he played long enough he would of been the greatest bears running back ever. For now its Nagurski - olhrocks

19 Sid Luckman

*Leads Bears in career passing yards.
*One of the first elite quarterbacks in NFL history.

20 Alshon Jeffery Alshon Jeffery Alshon Jeffery is an American football wide receiver for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. Jeffrey was drafted 2nd round forty fifth overall to the Chicago Bears.
21 Cade McNown

Had a productive career... WITH THE RAIDERS! - thomwim

22 Bronko Nagurski Bronko Nagurski Bronislau "Bronko" Nagurski was a Canadian-born American football player, renowned for his strength and size.

*Played on offense and defense.
*586 rushing yards as a fullback.
*9 career interceptions.

23 Dane Sanzenbacher

He is a go to guy when Earl Bennett was out and he is just flat out a good receiver. - belac2006

24 Alan Page

Page really spent his glory days in Minnesota, but this will have to do.

*The first NFL defender to win NFL MVP.
*Lead the Purple People Eaters defense.
*173 career sacks.
*Leads Bears in career sacks.
*Played in 238 consecutive games.

25 Brandon Marshall Brandon Marshall Brandon Tyrone Marshall is an American football wide receiver for the New York Jets of the National Football League. He has played for five different teams in his NFL career. Marshall was drafted in the fourth round one hundred and nineteenth overall to the Denver Broncos
26 Jay Cutler Jay Cutler Jay Christopher Cutler is a retired American football quarterback that of the National Football League. Cutler played 11 seasons in the NFL (2006-2016). During his announcement that Cutler declared retirement, he announced plans to be a television sportscaster for the FOX Network.

Really? Cutler? On a list like this? Hilarious.

27 Red Grange Red Grange Harold Edward "Red" Grange, nicknamed "The Galloping Ghost" or "The Galloping Red Ghost", was a college and professional American football halfback for the University of Illinois, the Chicago Bears, and for the short-lived New York Yankees.
28 Martellus Bennett Martellus Bennett Martellus Demond Bennett is an American football tight end for the New England Patriots of the National Football League.

His best days on the Pats, but a productive catcher on this team

29 Willie Gault


30 Bobby Douglas
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