This week is certainly a great week to be covering Chicago sports.
For the first time this season, the Chicago Bears are facing adversity after the team lost convincingly to the Detroit Lions on Sunday.
The Chicago Cubs fired manager Dale Sveum on Monday, thus ensuing immediate speculation on who the next manager of the team will be with Joe Girardi on the mind of every Cubs’ fan.
The Chicago Blackhawks raise the championship banner tonight while kicking off their regular season against the Washington Capitals.
Derrick Rose makes his official return to the court for the Chicago Bulls on Saturday as the Bulls open their pre-season schedule against the Indiana Pacers.
All those topics are what makes this week’s edition of Twitter Tuesday truly great. Nonetheless, enjoy the compilation of tweets.
Not necessarily sure if Jose Canseco is throwing his name into the hat for being the next manager of the Cubs but the controversial former Major League Baseball player has a few suggestions for Theo Epstein.
Hey Theo @cubs I know what to do. I have won two world series since 1908. DM me.
— Jose Canseco (@JoseCanseco) September 30, 2013
Chicago Bears’ quarterback Jay Cutler was responsible for four turnovers on Sunday, but the Chicago Bears twitter handle reminds us that Cutler is pretty good in games in which he threw three interceptions the previous game.
LM: When throwing 3+ interceptions with #Bears, Jay Cutler is 5-1 in next game with 9 TDs & 4 picks.
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) September 30, 2013
Breaking Bad’s series finale was last Sunday, but Bulls fans likely may want to get their hands on this T-Shirt that honors both the show and the Bulls.
Breaking Bad + Chicago Bulls? Now that is freaking awesome. (Photo) | pic.twitter.com/QojL3ZO4y2
— Basketball Forever (@Bballforeverfb) September 23, 2013
The Chicago Blackhawks will conduct their ring ceremony tonight before the puck drops on the regular season, take a look at the Blackhawks’ Stanley Cup championship ring.
— NHL on NBC Sports (@NHLonNBCSports) September 30, 2013