'"Grossman connected with tight end Fontel Mines on a deep seam route and threw a strike on a deep out that was dropped by Brandon Rideau. But the former Florida star was booed by many in the crowd of 24,977 following most of his incompletions... In fairness to Grossman, he often had little time to throw while working behind the second team offensive line. On one occasion, he avoided a sack by heaving the ball into the stands." - Larry Mayer (www.chicagobears.com)
Are you serious? You do understand Practice is where a team goes to get better and get into rhythm. How can you boo your own team's players at a practice? I don't care if he fumbled every snap. Grossman is not my favorite quarterback in the league, maybe not even on this team, but when the guy is working on getting better the last thing he should have is Bear's fans booing him. Maybe it's just me, but I don't boo a player on a team I'm a fan of because he is having a bad game/night. I'll boo him if his name is Cedric Benson and I know the guy just doesn't want to work. If you do feel like bashing your own players then do it (It will REALLY help them play better), just don't cheer for them the next time they have a good play, because then you just look like Giants & Jets fans.