Imagine if the Bears built a brand new stadium on Green Bay Road.
Facing a similar dilemma, the Minnesota Vikings aren't happy that their $1.1 billion new stadium in downtown Minneapolis happens to be located on Chicago Avenue.
Not wanting to play on a street named after a long-time division rival, the Vikings want to rename the street "Vikings Way." But their proposal was rejected Monday night at City Hall by the Minneapolis Planning Commission.
The team can appeal the decision, so the issue isn't dead. But for now, the stadium that's scheduled to open this football season, is still located on Chicago Avenue.