Chicago Sports: 10 athletes who looked odd in different uniforms

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Jim McMahon, Chicago Bears
Jim McMahon, Chicago Bears (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) /

2. Jim McMahon

Jim McMahon is the last Bears’ quarterback to win a Super Bowl. That’s a very weird saying if you ask me. Now, McMahon was undefeated in 1985, finishing with a 14-0 record (including playoffs). He wasn’t a great quarterback but he had a lot of help with Walter Payton and the ’85 Bears’ defense.

McMahon finished his Bears’ career with 67 touchdowns and 56 interceptions for 11,203 yards. His career-high was 15 touchdowns in one season. After his stint with the Bears, McMahon ended up playing for five teams.

He started with one season with the Chargers. He was 4-7 as a starter, throwing 10 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. That didn’t work out too well for either side.

McMahon would then go to the Eagles, where he played three seasons. He was 9-3 as a starter throwing 13 touchdowns and 13 interceptions while passing for 2,581 yards over three seasons.

After playing for the Eagles, McMahon went to the Vikings where he went 8-4 as a starter, throwing nine touchdowns and eight interceptions for 1,968 passing yards. From there, he’d play one game in Arizona, but that isn’t too important.

Finally, McMahon landed with the team that ruined his career, to begin with, when Charles Martin body-slammed him. Over two seasons he’d back up Brett Farve. He’d win his second Super Bowl in 1996.

Congratulations on the second Super Bowl, but come on.. Green Bay?