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January 28th 2010:Any Given Sunday

February 7, 2010 marks a 44 year old history of 32 teams battling it out on the gridiron to determine the #1 team in the league. In 1985, no one would have thought that the Chicago Bears would be the reigning champions of that season. After the 1982 strike, the death of their owner George Halas in 1983, and the rumored leaving of their beloved Defensive coordinator Buddy Ryan, the odds just did not seem in favor of The Bears. Known to most of the world as misfits, rock and rollers, and unreasonably cocky The Bears were determined to prove that they could be all of that and be the next winners

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Emery Moorehead

Drafted by the New York Giants in 1977 he played both wide receiver and fullback. After a year in Denver (1980) he concluded his 12-year career with the Chicago Bears as their starting tight end for 8 consecutive years in 1988. This long and highly successful athletic career included the Chicago Bear’s World Championship in Super Bowl XX. Emery was inducted into the Chicago land Sports Hall of Fame in 1999. Emery finished his career as the second leading receiver for tight ends in Chicago Bears history behind Hall of Fame tight end Mike Ditka. Leading the Bears in receiving in 1982, grabbing the NFC’s longest pass in 1986 (86 yards), and making 8 receptions for 114 yards in 1985 against th
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Everson Walls

His eight years with the Cowboys is filled with accolades and accomplishments. In his rookie year, he broke the single season record with 11 interceptions. He was named to the Pro Bowl team in 1981, 1982, 1983 and 1985. In 1981, 1982 and 1985 he led the NFL in interceptions. In 1986, he was the youngest player named to the Cowboys 25th Year Anniversary Team, and in 1987 he was named Cowboy’s Man of the Year. In 1990, Walls continued his career with the New York Giants, where he was the leading pass defender with six interceptions on the Giants’ Super Bowl Team. In 1992, he signed and started with the Cleveland Browns. After retiring from football in 1993, Walls was named to the All Ti
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Otis Wilson

Wilson was selected in the first round of the 1980 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears, and went on to a nine year career in the NFL. As a starting outside linebacker for the Bears, Wilson played on one of the most dominating defenses in football history as part of the linebacking trio with Mike Singletary and Wilber Marshall. This defense helped the Bears to win Super Bowl XX. That same year, he also made the only Pro Bowl selection of his career. He was a featured soloist of the "Shuffling Crew" in the video The Super Bowl Shuffle in 1985.Wilson played with the Bears until 1987. Injuries kept him from playing in the 1988 season. In 1989, he signed with the Los Angeles Raiders, but played only o
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