Do you believe in love at first sight? Thursday, Mitch Trubisky made his Chicago Bears debut. It was fun; it provided hope. Was it a sign of things to come?
Thursday, the Cubs made a deal with the White Sox to acquire José Quintana. Was it out of desperation? Did the reigning champions give up too much?
Would the Bulls have been any closer to a championship this season had they kept Jimmy Butler? Sometimes, you’ve got to take a risk and change things up.
Everywhere you look, Lebron’s legacy remains intact. Should it? With all these comparisons to MJ, let’s take a step back for just a moment and think again.
Boston took Game 3 Sunday night, so, hooray…? That just means we’ll have to wait one game more to get to the Finals. So how can we make this interesting?
The Bulls just held their annual year-end press conference. But instead of breaking it down, you get the ‘John Paxson on truth serum’ version. What’s next?
Was it the same old Bears during the NFL Draft? Not exactly. The question: Will trading that much for Trubisky ever be worth it? Ryan Pace better hope so.
It’s nearly impossible to argue against the Cubs infield being the best currently, but could they be remembered as the best ever?
For Mike Glennon, like Bears QBs before him, expectations are nearly non-existent. But, couldn’t there have been a better way to go about finding their guy?
At first, the Bulls acquiring Cam Payne produced yet another groan. But maybe normal is good; we’re used to normal. Doesn’t that make you feel better?
When it comes to the Chicago Bulls, it’s difficult to find something that’s working. In fact, it’s arguably impossible to. And it starts at the top.
Chicago Bears fans have been trained to hate Green Bay for years—division rivals and all that. But they should want their team to play more like the Pack.
Chicago Bears Chairman George McCaskey is arrogant, entitled and out of touch. Problem is, change doesn’t look like it’s coming.
Year after year, no tears were shed by this Cubs fan. Not even in the moments following their Game 7 win over Cleveland. Then all the memories came back.
In Chicago, sports media coverage would lead you to believe the Bears are everything. No longer. Lately, other franchises have risen in their place.
We’re almost one week removed from one of the most historic events in US sports. One of our writers, a life-long fan, got to see the Cubs win Game 7.
Many thought it was over when Cleveland went 3-1 up, but this Chicago Cubs fan feels like this is exactly what needed to happen. Where does that leave us?
For several years, the Chicago Cubs were neither lucky nor good. Now in their first World Series since 1945, it’s time to admit they are both.