With more players that donned the Navy and Orange in the Pro Football Hall of Fame than any other franchise, the Chicago Bears have a rich history.
But it takes more than Hall Of Famers, or even Pro Bowlers for that matter, to play the game, which is why we recently asked our Twitter followers to give us their favorite Bears’ player to have never made a Pro Bowl.
Over the summer I dropped my Top 100 Favorite Bears of All-Time list, and while the 2019 season could have altered some in my ranking, my number two guy remains unchanged. So with zero Pro Bowls in his 13 year Bears career, Keith Van Horne is my answer to the question.
You guys came up with several answers, but the more prevalent were wide outs Tom Waddle and Curtis Conway, defensive ends Alex Brown and Israel Idonije, linebackers Doug Buffone and Hunter Hillenmeyer, and running backs Raymont Harris and Adrian Peterson.
Here are some of the names you guys gave us in response to our Twitter question.
Mike hartenstine— Michael Kehoe (@mkehoe703) March 28, 2020
Rosevelt Colvin— Jim Knebel (@Jim_Knebel) March 27, 2020
Red Grange— Tom Pollin (@tjpollin) March 27, 2020
Noah Jackson— Gary Hayden (@gedwardhayden) March 28, 2020
Rashied Davis and Earl Bennett.— Zach Geren (@zachoflawtrades) March 27, 2020
Roberto Garza— JayElectronicaStanAccount (@gottastory2tell) March 28, 2020
Reading all the names of former Bears was a fun social media walk down memory lane, so I wanted to bring the same question over here to spark some discussion on WCG too.
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