The Almost All-Time Chicago Bears Offense

February 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

No other team has had more impact on the game of American football than the Chicago Bears. They were the first participants in both postseason and indoor play. One of their players invented the modern day protective padding that is still used to this day. Their success has been so great that they have put 25 men into the Pro Football Hall of Fame so far, which is the most ever in NFL history. The first name and image on the organization is George "Papa Bear" Halas. He was an excellent athlete who played a dozen baseball games with the New York Yankees before an injury forced his retirement. That injury helped give propel the game of football that so many love. While working with the A.E. Staley Company, a manufacturer of starch, he played both baseball and football with them. He was sent as a representative of the company to a meeting to form the fledgling American Professional Football Association in 1920. The APFA would then become the NFL two years later. Though the team had succ...

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