Originally written on Down and Distance  |  Last updated 10/21/14
After a crushing victory over the Tennessee Titans, Chicago Bears fans took to Nashville to celebrate and nearly drank all of the town’s beers (Credit: AP Photo) The Chicago Bears dismantled the Tennessee Titans yesterday beating them 51-20. What might be more embarrassing for the fans of Tennessee is what happened within their stadium Sunday and then their town following Sunday’s game. According to Yahoo! Sports, chants of “Let’s go Bears” broke out on several occasions during the game. Yahoo! also reported that Bears fans took over the town of Nashville following Sunday’s game. The team’s fan base actually drank all of the beer in one bar and nearly all of the beer in another. According to Yahoo!, Paradise Trailer Park Resort, just across the river from the Titans stadium, was out of bottled beer by Sunday evening. The Whiskey Bent Saloon had just two brands of beer left by the time the Chicago contingent left town. Quarterback Jay Cutler said he felt at home during the game and that the fans are having fun this year. “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.” Follow us on Twitter @DownandDistance Down and Distance Executive Editor - Brett Krummenacker @BKrumm_SKThe post Chicago Bears fans drink Nashville bars dry appeared first on DOWN & DISTANCE.
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