CHICAGO - If there was anyone who helped pave the way for the Bears' crowning achievement 30 years ago on Tuesday, it was the man who wore No. 34.
Drafted in the mid-1970's Walter Payton was a fixture for the rebuilding of the franchise from an NFL doormat to Super Bowl champion in a decade. He broke the league's rushing record and in 1985 set a league record with nine-straight 100 yard rushing games.
His 1,551 yards on the ground and 12 total touchdowns were as much apart of the Bears winning 18 of 19 games en route to a title as even the famed "46" defense.
That is why Payton's memory was still strong with his teammates as they celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Super Bowl XX win over the Patriots on Tuesday at Soldier Field.
His son, CLTV Sports Feed host Jarrett Payton, discussed his fathers legacy not only with the players but also on the show with co-host Josh Frydman.
Tonight's #FeedonThis segment features their discussion on Tuesday's show. Click on the video above to watch.