Pro Bowl Trivia

The Bears have added to their history of Pro Bowl appearances with a slew of top-notch players over the past three seasons. Test your knowledge of Pro Bowl Bears from the recent era as well as the lean years.

1. Which player broke a five-season drought of no Bears in the e Pro Bowl with his selection in 1999?

A. Marcus Robinson
B. Barry Minter
C. Glyn Milburn
D. Jim Flanigan

2. Who was the Bears last running back to be selected to the Pro Bowl?

A. Neal Anderson
B. Walter Payton
C. Anthony Thomas
D. Rashaan Salaam

3. Who is the only Bear to have been named the Pro Bowl's most outstanding player twice?

A. Walter Payton
B. Gale Sayers
C. Dick Butkus
D. Mike Singletary

4. Which Bear has the most Pro Bowl appearances?

A. Dan Hampton
B. Jay Hilgenberg
C. Walter Payton
D. Mike Singletary

5. Who made seven consecutive Pro Bowl appearances from 1958-64?

A. Mike Ditka
B. Doug Atkins
C. Stan Jones
D. Rick Casares

6. Who was the only Bear to make the Pro Bowl in 1982 after leading the team in tackles?

A. Mike Singletary
B. Otis Wilson
C. Gary Fencik
D. Leslie Frazier

7. Who made their only Pro Bowl appearance following the 1985 season?

A. Jim McMahon
B. Wilber Marshall
C. Dave Duerson
D. Steve McMichael


1. C, Glyn Milburn. The Bears didn't have a player selected to the Pro Bowl from 1994-98. Milburn was selected as a kick and punt returner.

2 A, Neal Anderson. The Bears second all-time leading rusher made his fourth and final Pro Bowl in 1991. He led the team in rushing with 747 yards and was third with 47 receptions, while reaching the end zone 9 times.

3. B, Gale Sayers. "The Kansas Comet" earned the honor in 1968 and again in 1970.

4. D, Mike Singletary. The Hall of Fame middle linebacker made ten Pro Bowl appearances over his 12-year career.

5. B, Doug Atkins. The defensive end dominated the game in the late 50's and into the next decade making 7 straight Pro Bowls from 1958-1964. After a one-year absence he returned to the game in the 1966.

6. C, Gary Fencik. The safety led the team with 81 total tackles to go along with two interceptions during a strike shorten 1982 season.

7. A, Jim McMahon. "The Punky QB" led the Bears in passing with 2,392 yards to go with 15 touchdowns during the magical 1985 season.

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