Originally posted on Bush League Chronicle  |  Last updated 11/6/12
The Chicago Bears blasted the Tennessee Titans, 51-20, in Nashville over the weekend. Many of the fans at LP Field were decked out in orange and blue as scores of Bears fans made the trip from the Windy City to the Music City on Sunday. Those same Bears fans also reportedly drank the city dry after the game.How do fans celebrate a big road victory? By hitting up the local bars, of course. The Paradise Trailer Park Resort, which is located nearby Tennessee's stadium, allegedly ran out of bottled beer by Sunday evening. The Whiskey Bent Saloon was hit so hard by thirsty Bears fans that they boasted only two brands of beer by the time the visitors left Nashville.Chicago quarterback and Vanderbilt University alum Jay Cutler took notice."They've travelled well. Hats off to our fans, it's been a fun year -- Dallas, Jacksonville, here it's been crazy to watch the Bears fans take over," Cutler said after the game. "You know you have a ton of fans when you're in an away stadium in the red zone and I'm trying to get the crowd to hush up and they're responding. They got quiet in a hurry, so it makes it fun."A little tip to the future cities the Bears will embark upon this season: stock up on booze.Via Shutdown Corner.
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