The Los Angeles Dodgers are on some kind of pace; are the odds in Kevin Durant’s favor this upcoming NBA season? Plus Tiger, Flair and more. Quiz time!
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?
Is it time to get hyped over Mitch Trubisky? Will the Los Angeles Dodgers ever lose again? Time to test your knowledge in our weekly quiz!
We don’t need a scan to know what Dez Bryant is thinking. We get it, buddy—you caught it. And don’t even get us started on Jay Cutler or Warren Sapp.
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.
In an attempt to address all sorts of needs, the Chicago Bears have been one of the busiest teams during the offseason. But is it even close to paying off?
Cutler is unemployed while Glennon and Mark Sanchez are not. And Houston, Romo ain’t walking through that door. Plus, who’s drafting a quarterback too high?
Now that Tony Romo is retiring, who will the Houston Texans be looking for under center? Well, we’ve narrowed it down to three options.
Last week, we covered ‘F’ words. This time, we turn our attention to ‘C’ words. So, what’s the difference between Chicago and Cleveland?
The Jay Cutler era in Chicago is over. And because of that, Bears fans must recognize that they are saying goodbye to their GOAT—the scapegoat.
The Bears are looking for a quarterback, but why would Mike Glennon be the answer? And the Bills may release Tyrod Taylor. What?
Did you watch the Pro Bowl? The NHL, NBA or MLB All-Star games? Then why do we still bother? And, who’s all moving around this offseason?
Do the Bears want Jay Cutler back? Probably not. Will he be back? Most certainly not. So who do you want, Bears fans? And how? Be careful what you wish for.
Now that Theo Epstein has helped deliver a World Series championship to the Chicago Cubs, plenty of big-name executives are lining up to give him a call.
Since their Super Bowl-winning season in 1985, the Bears have made the playoffs 10 times—2010 being the last time. When will we see some change?
Does Goodell still want an 18-game regular season? As injuries continue to mount this early in the season, that statement looks more and more ridiculous.
Notes from Oakland’s 2010 “Draft Bible” were leaked this past week, but The Sports Post was able to acquire notes from past seasons as well.
What if the Bears took a quarterback with their first three draft picks every year until they got it right?