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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by djh22, Sep 23, 2020.
The youngest player (34) inducted into the Hall of Fame.
"And tonight when you hit your knees ...."
I remember watching the 6 TD game in Dec 1965 against the 49'ers on TV. It was like a man against boys - nobody could come close to tackling him.
WTF? WHAT?! NO!
Some Gale Sayers highlights for you guys who missed him on the first time around.
Sad news. An athletic career cut way too short. Truly one of the greatest open field running backs ever - speed, power, balance, vision, and the ability to stop/cut on a dime. Watching him run is a thing of beauty.
Edit: I tried to drop a Bear down emoji and it only half worked.
Bear Down. **** the Packers.
Rest In Peace, #40.
My dad's favorite player (I was born in '67 so never really saw him play). My dad never forgave Halas' decision to have him return kicks.
Wow, already blocked by the NFL.
Another legend gone , so sad .
Screw the NFL anyway . They're not about the game , they're about the money .
I didn't get to see much of him before his knees slowed him down.
But I'm still in awe and disbelief at the little I did see of him.
I never saw him play but I did read his autobiography I Am Third when I was a teenager and found it very moving. RIP
That guy Blazed a Trail through Defenses all across the NFL!
He was indeed, something special.
A true athlete and gentleman