"We've had enough experience with names and expansion and development of divisions that we know that you rarely get a 90 percent approval rating," Delany told WGN AM-720. "But to get a 90 percent non-approval rating was really surprising. It showed that we didn't connect with our fans in a way that we wanted to. It's humbling, to say the least, because we're trying to build fan bases, not push them away.
"We want it to breathe a little bit," Delany said. "I don't think you make a judgment in 48 hours or 72 hours. Eventually, we're going to have to address the issue of whether or not it's sustainable, but I don't think that's a decision for today. We have to listen and we have to be humble about the reactions we've gotten."
"We're still listening and trying to figure things out," Delany said. "We'll probably make an assessment about whether or not it's sustainable. We'll try to do a little education, let it breathe a bit and then probably revisit it after the first of the year."