The idea for this came from the "Second most popular athlete" thread, as there was some debate over who would be #2 behind OVechkin in a few years. It was mentioned that good or bad, Washington is a football town and as soon as the Redskins are good, it wouldn't even be close, even supplanting Ovechkin. The argument (though some argue for the NBA) is that Washington is a football town first and everything else second.
So I figure, why not study each major sports city and figure out where they all stand. People can chime in with opinions or personal experiences if they have lived in the vicinity of said city. For the purposes of this thread, a "major sports city" will be defined as having representation in at least 3 of the 4 major sports, and teams named after a state will be assigned to either the city they are located in, or the closest. So Green Bay (Packers, Bucks, Brewers) can be debated, while Baltimore (Ravens, Orioles) is once again labeled the failure that it truly is, only having two teams.
I'll keep a running list in the OP, along with where the debates are taking place, so folks can chime in.
Atlanta - Baseball Town
Boston - Baseball Town
Chicago - Football Town (Possibly up for debate still)
Cleveland - Football Town