Chicago Bears quarterback Josh McCown said he has received the most support on social media from Bears fans.
McCown, who led the Bears to the playoffs for the first time in six years, said his team was a team with a “big heart.”
“The fans have been amazing.
I have a lot of love for them,” he said on Tuesday.
“It’s tough when you have a guy that’s in a losing situation.
But the fans have got to see me, they have got a great heart.”
McCoy was asked if he was upset with the way the team lost, but he said he was not.
“I know we lost.
That’s OK,” he told reporters.
“I don’t have any issue with losing.”
McConnell said he and the team are working on a plan to fix the offense.
“We’re just working on it,” he added.
The Bears have not been in the playoffs since 2009, when they reached the AFC Championship Game and went on to win the Super Bowl.
Despite the recent success, McCown was not a big fan of the Chicago Bears logo.
McDonald said he liked the new logo, but that he was unhappy with how the team looked in its old color scheme.
He also said the team had done “a lot” to improve its stadium experience.
“The stadium has improved.
There’s a lot more seats.
The concourses are better,” he explained.
Fans were not happy with the team’s logo on its website.
ESPN Chicago’s Chris Mortensen tweeted the logo and said the logo looked like the old logo.
“This is not the old team,” the tweet read.
“It is the new team.
We all know the old was not the good old team.
This is the bad old team.”