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Bobby Bell, the Chiefs’ outstanding linebacker, was ranked No. 74 in the NFL 100 for his remarkable athleticism and intelligence.

The Athletics’ initiative to select the 100 greatest players in football history is known as the NFL 100.
We’ll reveal new members of the list every day until the season starts, starting with the No.
On Wednesday, September 1st, one player will be crowned.
8.In a 12-year career with the Kansas City Chiefs, one of Bobby Bell’s best plays was one for which he didn’t even get a stat. It happened early in the fourth quarter of the 1969 AFL divisional playoff game.
The Chiefs defense, charged with defending a 6-3 lead against the great Joe Namath and the New York Jets, faced its hardest test yet.
The Jets had a first-and-goal at the Chiefs’ 1-yard line after cornerback Emmitt Thomas, a future Hall of Fame inductee, committed a pass interference call in the end zone on receiver George Sauer.