Not that it really needs it, but if the NFL’s Divisional Round had a catchy name two top candidates would have to be the “Elite 8,” (though the NCAA may […]
Defeating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a Thursday Night Football thriller broadcast to the nation makes a bigger impact than losing at Noon the prior Sunday to Indianapolis in regional coverage.
A “now or never” type mentality is needed for this game…the stunning carriage that carried the team through September looks good for a pumpkin transformation as October continues.
The first of our quarterly NFL rankings straight from the hosts of WARR’s All-32 podcast.
Dirk Koetter was quoted after the game saying everyone on the field for the Bucs should have been fired, including the coaches. Its hard to disagree with that assessment after how bad Koetter’s team looked Sunday, but for the Bears and a long-suffering fan base it was a performance to dream of.
The process of re-examination is something we’re painfully familiar with in Chicago so we should lend some empathy to our former division mates who also have a long history of just not getting it together no matter how they try.
Fitzgerald has set NFL history with three straight 400-yard passing games to open 2018, he stands to test a Bears defense with a number of weapons that puts Tampa Bay’s attack as one of the best in the NFL.
(Week 2 showed) a prime example of what the NFL offers as a weekly spectacle and the continued layers it flashes to generations of fans who can’t imagine a better routine each Sabbath day from Noon to around 10:30 in the evening…
The Chicago Bears and the collective consciousness of fans, media and follower-trolls can only hope (well, maybe not the trolls) that Sunday’s 29-7 loss to Tampa Bay is as bad […]
With the city of Chicago still in a World Series hangover, our city’s grown ursine mammals of sport come out of their bye week after an impressive victory and ready […]