The Chicago Bears aren't going to give you anything for attending yesterday's miserable game (both weather-wise and performance-wise), so we here at the Vocalo blogs have taken it upon ourselves to pay you back.
On behalf of Bears fans at Soldier Field, at restaurants, at parties or watching at home, I would just like to say:Boo.We don't ask much of our squad. We love and support football in this town because organized sports have replaced community.
The groundskeeper at Soldier Field is defending the turf before Sunday's Bears' game against the New England Patriots.Bears' Quarterback Jay Cutler this week said Soldier Field has one of the worst playing surfaces in the league.Groundskeeper John Nolan says the field has been re-sodded and is ready
Top story: Mr. Jerry Roper (head of the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce) is pushing the state to approve - and for Governor Quinn to sign off on - a casino in Chicago. He says the best spot? Block 37. How awesome would that be?
The Bears game in Detroit proved to be the kind that we all expected: really boring battle against a really bad team. The Lions aren't bad. They are baaaad. I don't care if the announcers and experts around the NFL say otherwise. They are wrong.