I have been a sports fan for as long as I can remember. I used to watch every game ever aired and always have. And I was a lifelong fan of the Chicago Cubs.
While the Cubs are in the Cubs Hall of Fame, they are not the Cubs. Now, as you might expect, the Cubs are not the Cubs, but they are the Cubs and there is a team for that. Unfortunately the game, the team, and the Hall of Fame are all owned by the same company, and since they are all owned by the same company, in some ways you can’t really blame the company that owns the game/team/hall of fame.
The Cubs are a great team, but they do have a habit of having their name called in the middle of the second inning by every opposing team. To top it off, in the same week that the Cubs won the World Series, the Chicago Bears took the national title. The Cubs play another team in the second round. But, this time, they play the New York Giants.
I really don’t see it happening because I’m the only person who can see it in the most literal sense. It’s like the other teams look after each other, and everything works out fine.
I know that this is just a fan theory, but I think that it works the same way the Cubs and Bears do. It’s like the Cubs and Bears think that their team is invincible, and everyone else is just a joke. But the other teams can’t really see it because they just get used to it. But with the Cubs and Bears, everyone is on their toes; it creates a culture.