In Chicago Football lore, there aren’t very many QB’s that Bears fans actually still talk about. Jim McMahon is one of them. He was the Punky QB who lead the 1985 Chicago Bears to a Super Bowl victory. Unforunately for Bears fans, his reign was short lived, and he ended up finishing his career with the Packers.
McMahon recently spoke about his time in Green Bay, and said Green Bay was the best franchise he has ever played for.
“It was the best team, or the best organization, that I’ve played for of the seven teams I’ve played for,” McMahon said. “By far. From top to bottom it was great people.”
He also spoke about the Bears QB conundrum:
“I think it’s where quarterbacks go to die,” McMahon said.
Asked what the Bears should do in the upcoming draft, he said:
“I don’t know, don’t watch them, don’t care. I wouldn’t know what they need or who they’re thinking of drafting.”
Ouch. McMahon has to remember who made him legendary, Bears fan, not the Packers faithful.
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