1985 Chicago Bears
Rated by ESPN as the greatest NFL team ever, the 1985 played with passion, ruthlessness and cunning. Never in the history of football has a defense intimidated quarterbacks any better, forcing seven quarterback substitutions over the course of the season. As the season went on, this monster team kept getting meaner, wilder and more oppressive. They shut out their first two playoff opponents; then, in a lopsided Super Bowl victory, they had seven sacks, held the Patriots to seven rushing yards and scored nine points. "I've never seen a defense like that in terms of smothering people, not even letting them move the ball, let alone score," said former Colts and Bucs coach Tony Dungy.
The '85 Bears never won another Super Bowl, but their defense actually was superior over a period of time. DJ and Da Bear is going to be joined by some of the stars of that famous team.