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We sacked Russell Wilson six times, forced three fumbles, recovered one and scored a defensive touchdown for the second straight week.
Danny Trevathan was named NFC Defensive Player of the Week, (an honor Mack should have had in Week 1), and led seven Bears players who had either a sack, forced fumble, recovered fumble or interception.
Urlacher has a ton of traits that I would end up looking for throughout our 25 picks, namely skills, speed, heart, versatility and some degree of mean.
Before I get to a breakdown of how I made each decision, here is my kick-ass team that every Bears fan would enjoy watching and rooting for.
Like the Lovie Bears, we’ve added a starting safety through the draft in Eddie Jackson, whose game I like more than either of our XLI starters, Chris Harris and Danieal Manning. The Packers game ended in heartbreak, but the Seahawks game was a revelation.
This was a true vision game (a concept I explained in 2015), in which we were given a vision of dominance to come.
And as a receiver, he caught 103 career passes for 1,638 yards, a 15.9 yards per catch average, and 23 touchdowns.
In 1934, he led the NFL in receiving touchdowns with five. Our positional stipulations were 11 players on offense, 11 on defense, one kicker, one punter, one “bonus” player. The other guy I considered here was Peanut, since he locks up one corner spot and is far and away the best corner in Bears history.
I bet a lot of Bears fans would find that statement a head-scratcher. The victory was powered by a thrilling defensive effort that included two interceptions, three recovered fumbles and seven sacks.The only XLI defensive starter who was not yet on the roster was safety Chris Harris, whom we drafted the following season. Two games into this 2018 season, I don’t mind saying: I’ve seen the same.The offense wasn’t quite there — rookie Craig Krenzel was our starting quarterback, our third of the year following a season-ending injury to Rex Grossman and a perilous run by Jonathan Quinn. In 2016, I wrote a column here called “Building the 2018 Super Bowl champion Chicago Bears.” In that piece, I looked at each position and declared whether or not that person could be our starter for our hypothetical Super Bowl LIII participant.When my name came up first in our Windy City Gridiron all-time Bears fantasy draft order, I knew almost instantly that I would stick to my gameplan of going defense first.After that, I debated between Butkus, Singletary and Urlacher, and settled quickly on #54.