1. Robbie Gould
2. Brian Urlacher
3. Johnny Knox
4. Devin Hester
5. Patrick Mannelly/Matt Forte
1. Brandon Marshall
2. Eric Weems
3. Jay Cutler
4. Brad Maynard
5. Anthony Adams
Ping pong was a game that everyone thought they were great at playing. I would love to put together a game where fans who are good at ping pong can play against their favorite players. Robbie had the most time to practice as a “Specialist.” The guy is great at returns, serving and spiking. Rarely saw him lose unless they were playing doubles. Urlacher has the hardest spike out of all the players in the top. I am pretty sure there are some Bears fans who would line up to try and return the spike from Urlacher. The bottom 5 are guys who try hard, but did not have the skill set. Consensus was Brandon Marshall was by far the worse player. Adams, Maynard and Cutler would have their days where they looked like top 5 players but were too inconsistent.
Hypothetically, if I could put together a game of ping pong in Chicago with players. Would fans actually show up to play? If so, would it be doubles or singles? Either way my money is on my former teammates because I know they’re competitive and have skills.
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