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Walter Payton, Mike Ditka & Jim McMahon Photograph 2-Pack Special (SGA Signature Series)

Special Price $200.00 Regular Price $258.00
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ABOUT THIS COLLECTIBLE

***GET A WALTER PAYTON SPOTLIGHT 16x20 PHOTOGRAPH w/ PURCHASE OF 16x20 DISPLAYS! (SEE IMAGE ABOVE) *** 3 Bears...and Football...Greats together for 1 Special Price! In 13 seasons with the Chicago Bears, RB Walter "Sweetness" Payton literally rewrote the NFL record book with his ball-carrying feats. Most notably he rushed 3,838 times for 16,726 yards and 110 touchdowns - all NFL records at the time of his retirement from football. Inducted into Pro Football's Hall of Fame in 1993, many consider Payton to be the best all-around football player who ever lived. Even today, Mike Ditka is the face of the Chicago Bears. Da Coach coached the Bears, a team he also played for as a Tight End, for 11 years from 1982 thru the 1992 season. Ditka is also the only individual in NFL modern history to win a championship with the same team as a player and a head coach. Most important to Bears fans, Ditka was the ONLY individual to participate in both of the last two Chicago Bears' championships, as a player in 1963 and as head coach in 1985. And together Ditka & McMahon won games! In 1985 the Bears won their first 12 games and finished 15-1 for the season, going on to win the Super Bowl in a 46-10 trouncing of the New England Patriots. Without a doubt the coaching pinnacle of Ditka's career. And McMahon became a media darling, not only for his outstanding play on the field, but also for his personality. The best of times to be a Bears fan, these two great pieces of Sports Art are part of our Exclusive SGA Signature Series, unsigned displays that include an SGA facsimile signature plate. In this case we've matched classic 16x20 or 11x14 photographs of Payton and Ditka & McMahon with each's signatures making two great pieces of Sports Art any Bears Fan would cherish!