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David Haugh: Bears no-shows a plea to George McCaskey for systemic change

"Here is what Mr. McCaskey needs to hear: It's been seven years since the Bears made the playoffs. Me and my brother, season ticket holders, talk about that. That's $16,000 I spent in tickets. This is Year 5 and I can't give them away. They're becoming irrelevant. I'm done. If I have to go through another year ..."

- Patrick on the Northwest Side, in an epic call to last Sunday's WSCR-AM 670 postgame show that spoke for so many Bears fans


For a second straight December, the Bears fan base speaking the loudest is the no-shows.

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