There’s always a bunch of interesting stuff being shared on social media about the Chicago Bears, and when I stumbled onto this clip of Hall of Famer Walter Payton chucking touchdown after touchdown after touchdown, I had to share it with your guys.
The G.O.A.T., Walter Payton.Posted by Windy City Gridiron: For Chicago Bears Fans on Monday, June 10, 2019
Payton was such a do-it-all threat for the Bears that he actually lined up and played quarterback for them in 1984 when backup QB Rusty Lisch was ineffective. Payton was only 1 for 4 with a TD and an interception in that game, but he ran 35 times for 175 yards and a TD in the 20-14 loss.
During his thirteen year career, he completed 11 passes on 34 attempts for 331 yards with 8 touchdowns and 6 interceptions. He completed another 1 of 2 for a 19 yard touchdown in the 1984 postseason.
He has the most non quarterback passing TDs in the Super Bowl era for the Chicago Bears.