It’s only fitting that the two G-State players I most dislike were the ones involved in a back and forth snipe session near the end of regulation in Tuesday’s Warriors-Clippers matchup.
With a win against the Vikings on SNF the Bears move to 7-3 and gain a whole new level of national praise and respect for themselves.
While the Bulls are limited still in terms of talent and cohesion, they have proven to be a watchable product on most nights…So how to tell the interesting stories of the season’s first month? Statistics!
As with any risk-taking or attention-seeking ‘fit, some are brilliant, some are merely good and some are outright trash.
It was Chicago’s first win in the NFC North in over two years, and it wasn’t anywhere near as close as the final score let on. The entire team was uplifted before the game as its best overall player and best offensive player made their returns in edge rusher Khalil Mack and wide receiver Allen Robinson
A couple dominant quarters later, included in an overall solid 60 minutes and the Bears and its fan base can breathe a bit easier — one down, two to go after downing Detroit 34-22 Sunday afternoon at Soldier Field.
Karl-Anthony Towns — NOT (QUITE) TRASH After reading the segment that follows this one you may say, “Hold on, Chris, didn’t you just say we had to less vicious in […]
The Chicago Bears are deep in it now, the half way point of the season has come and gone and they are in a good place, a division-winning place. With […]
Considering that Markkanen, Valentine, Dunn and Portis have missed a combined 43 games this year, it’s fair to think the Bulls could be in the thick of the Eastern Conference. That’s not what many Bulls fans want to hear…
The dismissal of Joel Quenneville only 15 games into his 11th season at the helm of the Hawks was a clean rip away from one of the most historic runs in franchise history.