It was January 6, 2002, the Bears were on the verge of clinching the NFC North title for the first time since 1990. The Bears needed to beat Mark Brunell and the Jaguars that day and they did. They picked off Mark Brunell three times. One of the picks was made by 340 pound defensive tackle by the name of Keith Traylor. He returned the pick 67 yards down the field to set the Bears up with up first and goal. The Bears went on to win the game 33-13 and clinch the division, but lost to the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Divisional game.
One thing Bears fans will never forget was that team in 2001, which included young and upcoming stars like Brian Urlacher, Mike Brown, Keith Traylor, Tony Parrish, Bryan Robinson, Olin Kreutz and of course Marty Booker.
Keith Traylor played for eight different teams in his 16 year NFL career, but he will always be remembered for his 67 yard interception return. Keith Traylor your a beast.
Aww.. those were the days.