Bears fans can finally laugh thanks to Adams' 'Between Two Helmets'

BY foxsports • December 18, 2014

While it's been a frustrating season in Chicago for Bears fans, they at least have Anthony "Spice" Adams.

As a retired defensive lineman who played for Chicago from 2007-11, Adams can't help the team turn things around, but he can still bring laughter to bummed-out Bears fans.

Adams, one of the funniest former pro athletes on Twitter and YouTube, hosts "Inside the Bears" and recently came up with his own version of the Funny or Die video series, "Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis."

Adams' spoof is called "Between Two Helmets with Anthony Adams."   

His "first victim" was Bears cornerback Charles "Peanut" Tillman.


Adams, who starred at Penn State and played his first four NFL seasons with the San Francisco 49ers, posted his second "Between Two Helmets" video on Wednesday. (Sorry, embed video not available yet.)

Adams' second victim was Bears running back Matt Forte, who the host confusingly introduces as "rapper Come On" — instead of the actual Grammy Award winning Common.

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This one is just priceless. Click here for the full video.

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