Rank 'Em: Chicago Teams of the Decade

Created: December 22, 2009, 11:06 AM

A Super Bowl to forget but a season to remember. A White Sox winner. And a World Series near-miss.

We've done our best to comb through all the great teams to come up with what we consider the 15 best. Now it's your turn to tell us what you think are the top Chicago teams of the 2000s.

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Rank Chicago all-decade teams:

  • Blackhawks
  • White Sox
  • Cubs
  • Bulls
  • Bears

    • 95-67, AL Central champs, lost ALDS, Jerry Manual MOY, Frank Thomas SS
    • 10-2, Big Ten champs, lost in Sugar Bowl to LSU, but finished AP No. 12
    • 13-3, NFC Central champs, lost 33-19 Eagles in divisional playoff, Anthony Thomas OROY, Dick Jauron COY
    • 88-74, NL Central champs, lost NLCS 4-3 to Marlins.
    • 15-7-8, 1st place in East, US Open Cup champs, MLS Supporters? Shield, lost in MLS Cup
    • Won conference, Big Ten tourney, national championship, Amer Delic won singles title
    • 99-63, AL Central champs, 11-1 in the postseason, World Series champs, Ozzie Guillen MOY.
    • 9-3, lost in Fiesta Bowl to Ohio State (34-20), but finished AP No. 9
    • 29-1 regular season record, won conference and Big Ten tourney, lost to UNC in NCAA championship 75-70.
    • 13-3, NFC North champs, lost 29-17 in Super Bowl.
    • Finished season just 7-9, but won four straight, including ArenaBowl XX against Orlando (69-61)
    • 53-22-2-3, 1st place in West, won Calder Cup
    • 97-64, NL Central champs, lost NLDS to Los Angeles, Geovany Soto ROY, Lou Piniella MOY
    • 46-24-12, 104 pts, 2nd place in Central, lost in conference finals to Detroit
    • 23-0, Ranked No. 1 in the country all season en route to 5th straight national championship.