Give Chicago Sky credit that the team deserves

Updated 10/25/2021 10:25 PM

Looking at the front page of the Daily Herald, I was happy to see that the Chicago Sky was acknowledged as the CHAMPS. Recognition included a photo approximately 2.5 inches square. Then, I saw a photo of Aaron Rodgers after he scored a touchdown against the Bears that covered four columns.

What is wrong with these photos? Doesn't winning a championship deserve a six-inch, four-column photo on Page 1? Why did they have to share the top half of the page with a photo of Aaron Rodgers?


Then I turned to the sports section. Here I see commentaries about the Bears by John Dietz and Hub Arkush at the top of the page followed by a large photo with the fold in the middle of it for the WNBA Champions. Then the article "Feeling Sky high" in huge print below that. Again, nice but not good enough. The article about the Sky deserved to be up on the top of the page. Come on, they won a championship! And it was so exciting to watch, not only that game but the previous playoff games. What did the Bears do? They lost a game ... oh my, what a shame.

Pat Stortz


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