After finally opening up their wallets to make a big offseason splash in the signing of Steven Souza, the now-cash-strapped Cubs have been forced to cancel their team’s Netflix account in order to make ends meet.
"I'm a funny guy but what that guy said about my injury wasn't funny," said Hicks. "I just can't wait to show the world just how funny I am."
Following the premature release of the 3rd season of "House of Cards" earlier this week, Netflix erred again and posted the Chicago Cubs' entire 2015 season on Friday. The mistake was caught within 30 hours and all games were pulled off the service, but not before several hundred area viewers were able to view most of the season.
After another dismal Bears game in front of relatives, thousands of fans were quick to turn on Netflix with a helping of stuffing. Netflix traffic boomed in the Chicago market after the second of Joique Bell's touchdowns as Bears fans let out a collective groan.
"Maybe Netflix will release all the Super Bowls at once, including this year's," said avid House of Cards fan and casual sports watcher Mike Benson. "That would be great. I could binge them all in two days."