A Tradition of Defense: The Chicago Bears
- Rated NR
- Genre: Sports-Football
- Release Date: 10/6/2009
The Chicago Bears - they just sound mean. Try and score on them and they'll tear you apart limb by limb. And for almost 90 years, that's pretty much been the case. Bears Football means defense. George Halas started a dominant defensive tradition in the 1920s, and it continues today. The Bears have won nine NFL Championships on the shoulders of the team's identity as a big, strong, attacking defense. In this exclusive two-disc DVD set, the Emmy award-winning storytellers of NFL Films reveal the greatest defensive players in Chicago Bears history and unveil an all-time starting 11 Bears defensive legends. Watch the Galloping Ghost, Red Grange, make one of the greatest defensive plays in football history. Relive Hall of Famer Doug Atkins leading the "Monsters of the Midway" to the 1963 NFL Championship. See the development of the "46 Defense" under coordinator Buddy Ryan, and the men who led that innovation on the field, Mike Singletary and Gary Fencik. We'll examine the Bears' defensive legacy, from Bulldog turner to Dick Butkus to Brian Urlacher. A Tradition of Defense: The Chicago Bears will document the greatest defensive players of one of the NFL's most storied franchises. It is a must for any Windy City football fan.
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|Run Time:||300 minutes|