Pop Quiz: Last Times

How much do you know about some notable last times in Bears' history? Here are five questions and a stumper to test your knowledge.

1. Who is the last non-kicker to lead the Bears in scoring?
A. Curtis Conway
B. Marcus Robinson
C. Rashaan Salaam
D. Raymont Harris

2. Who is the last Bear defender not named Urlacher to lead the team in tackles?
A. Barry Minter
B. Sean Harris
C. Tony Parrish
D. Warrick Holdman

3. Who is the last Bear quarterback to throw for 300-yards?
A. Shane Matthews
B. Chris Chandler
C. Kordell Stewart
D. Jim Miller

4. Who is the last Bear to rush for four touchdowns in a single game?
A. Anthony Thomas
B. Walter Payton
C. Bobby Douglass
D. Gale Sayers

5. Who is the last player other than a quarterback to throw a touchdown?
A. Paul Edinger
B. Marty Booker
C. Leon Johnson
D. Brad Maynard

Stumper
Who is the last offensive lineman to score a touchdown?

A. Jay Leeuwenburg
B. Marcus Spears
C. Todd Burger
D. Casey Wiegmann

Answers
1. B, Marcus Robinson. In the receiver's breakout 1999 season Robinson reached the end zone nine times. 54 points was good enough to lead the team in scoring by 4 points over kicker Chris Boniol.

2. A, Barry Minter. During the 1999 campaign the Bears went 6-10, but middle linebacker Barry Minter paced the team with 149 tackles to go with two interceptions and two sacks.

3. D, Jim Miller. On Monday Night Football Miller threw for 353 yards and three touchdowns, but three interceptions proved too much to overcome against Green Bay in a 34-21 defeat on Oct. 7, 2002.

4. C, Bobby Douglass. Believe it or not with the last Bear to rush for four touchdowns in a game was a quarterback. Douglass pulled off the feat on Nov. 11, 1973 against the Green Bay Packers in a 31-17 win.

5. D, Brad Maynard. On a fake field goal Maynard, the holder, threw a perfect ball to TE Dustin Lyman for a 12-yard touchdown at Green Bay on Dec. 1, 2002.

Stumper
B, Marcus Spears. The 1994 second-round pick didn't have a long tenure in Chicago, but did come up with a one-yard touchdown reception on Oct. 13, 1996 against New Orleans.


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