The Chicago Bears’ fan base is pretty down in the dumps this offseason.
It feels like ages ago when the Bears finished 12-4 in 2018, when Matt Nagy won coach of the year, and Mitchell Trubisky looked like he was going to grow into a franchise quarterback. Now, Nagy is on the hot seat after going 16-16 since his first season, Trubisky is likely to sign elsewhere, and the team appears to be stuck in mediocrity.
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This leaves Bears fans back to where they were pre-2018. Back to realizing that the team has really never strung together winning seasons under the McCaskey family ownership. One fan took it upon himself to write a letter to team chairman George McCaskey, demanding that he sell the team. That’s not the surprising part. The shocker is that McCaskey actually took the time to respond.
In a short but sweet note, George McCaskey wrote, “Thank you for your recent letter. We are going to stick with it.”
About a month ago I sent a handwritten letter to the McCaskey Family to sell the @ChicagoBears for the greater good of the city of Chicago. This is the response I got from George himself.
— Nick Economou (@economou_nick) March 2, 2021
You Have to kind of respect George McCaskey for this move. He may know absolutely nothing about how to build a football franchise, but at least he gives the fans the time of day. Even if it did come in the form of a snarky response.
I’m sure even George McCaskey has to sympathize with his fan base. It has been so long since the Bears were a legitimate Super Bowl contender. It’ll likely be a while until they’re back to the playoffs, as well.