Rank 'Em: Bears of the Decade

Created: December 12, 2009, 7:31 PM

Brian Urlacher has been the leader of the Bears' defense for the entire decade.

Contrary to the recent struggles of the Chicago Bears, the team had a relatively successful decade that included division championships in 2001, 2005 and 2006 and a Super Bowl appearance in '06.

A few of the players who helped make it happen are among those named to the ESPNChicago.com all-decade team. Now it's your turn to tell us who you think were the top Bears players in the 2000s.

Weigh each player's attributes and cast your vote now!

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    • 740 tackles, 8 sacks, 10 INT, 3TD, 4x Pro Bowl
    • 2006-07, 1x Pro Bowl
    • 513 tackles, 17 INT, 4 TD, 1x Pro Bowl
    • 128-149 FGA, 547 pts, 1x Pro Bowl
    • 193 tackles, 26 sacks, 3x Pro Bowl
    • 125 rec, 1646 yds, 8 TD, 2x Pro Bowl
    • 6x Pro Bowls
    • 523 tackles, 22 INT, 3TD
    • 1058 tackles, 17 INT, PB, 6x Pro Bowl
    • 361 tackles, 41.5 sacks, 5 INT
    • 3,493 rush yards, 724 rec, 22TD
    • Back-to-back 1,000-yard receiving seasons; tied for third in franchise history with 329 catches
    • 6,164 yards, 33 TD, Led team to Super Bowl
    • 21-12 record as starter, 5,319 yards, 42 TD
    • 2004 All-Pro; one of game's most reliable punters