One of the problems of running our website is that over the years, some profiles get outdated. For example, back in 2008 we kvelled over a Jew that married Christina Aguilera... well, they are now divorced, so that whole profile is pretty much moot. Oh well.
Another such profile is that of Kyle Kosier. In 2009, we wrote that the Dallas Cowboys were the Jewiest team in the NFL, because they had two — TWO! — Jews, including Kosier. Well, soon after writing that, the number dropped all the way to zero. (We hope none of you became Cowboys fans.)
So, what's the Jewiest team in the NFL as of this writing?
Well, it's Chicago! The Bears now lead the pack with two NFL Jews, lineman Gabe Carimi and punter Adam Podlesh. Actually... make that three.
He might not be a player, but we have to count the head coach, right? The Bears just hired Marc Trestman, the NFL's first Jewish head coach since Marv Levy retired in 1997.
But we're not kvelling over Trestman just yet. We don't want another Aguilera...