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The Sports Genie: Part II

The Sports Genie: Part II
As the most wonderful time of the year approaches (football season), the world renowned and critically acclaimed “Sports Genie” is back to predict some of sports biggest moments and outcomes! Take a look into the crystal ball of sports…..if you dare! RECAP Here is the recap of the Sports Genie’s original predictions, published on October 20,... Read more »

NFL Power Rankings: Week 5

NFL Power Rankings: Week 5
The New Orleans Saints and Cleveland Browns remain unbeaten in the, “Who Is Worse” category. Houston and Arizona have no blemishes on their record up to this point; let’s see where they all stack up.   32. Cleveland Browns (0-4) Under construction…. 31. New Orleans Saints (0-4) N.O. continues the ‘Karma tour’ with a loss... Read more »

NFL Power Rankings: Week 4

NFL Power Rankings: Week 4
Week 3 has wrapped up under much criticism and controversy. Nonetheless time stops for no team in the NFL and everyone must move on and look to Week 4. Here is how I stack up the league’s most powerful teams.   32. Cleveland Browns (0-3) Cleveland has yet to make a mark in the win column. However... Read more »
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Chicago Bears Training Camp: What To Look For

Chicago Bears Training Camp: What To Look For
  It has been reported that Chris Williams, Chicago Bears tackle and struggle spot for fans – and some players – affection, has reported first to training camp. This can be mere habit, or foreshadowing as the left tackle spot, split between Williams and J’Marcus Webb, will undoubtedly be the biggest storyline – as position battles... Read more »

Top Five Chicago Sports Fears

Top Five Chicago Sports Fears
  Follow me on Twitter @curtisshawflagg Chicago sports are in an abrasive state. With more dings and stingers and than a grandfather clock stuck in a beehive, the Bulls, Blackhawks and Bears have seen their fair share of injuries. Most of which end up costing gravely down the line. I don’t usually consider myself a... Read more »

5 reasons why I am NOT giving up on the Bears season

5 reasons why I am NOT giving up on the Bears season
    The Chicago Bears suffered an epiphany of epic proportions in a 10-3 tickle fight loss against the AFC West Kansas City Chiefs. And for many Bears fans, an epiphany of dire straits on the remainder of the season. For some, this means the tragic end to an otherwise storied season. For others like... Read more »
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All Aboard: Defining the "Bandwagon Fan"

All Aboard: Defining the "Bandwagon Fan"
Loyal fans hate them. “Bandwagoners” appear only during the playoffs, after a big-name player joins a team, or their “team” won last season’s championship. Being called a bandwagon fan is insulting and the second most painful sport’s insult behind “You throw like a girl.” Bandwagon fans make the years of loyalty and dedication for a... Read more »

5 Reasons Why The Chicago Bears Will Win The Super Bowl

5 Reasons Why The Chicago Bears Will Win The Super Bowl
  With Monday Night Preseason Football around the corner, my Fantab set (see right rail), (hilarious) power rankings assessed and analyzed, I have come to my objective senses about the outlook on the Bears season. Super Bowl or bust. “All-in” Whatever you want to call it, this may be that window of opportunity for a team who... Read more »

Meet Roy Williams

Meet Roy Williams
As the whirlwind free agency period comes to an end and training camp is under way. I take a look back at the signings and releasing of Chicago Bears players. One signing in particular stands out above all others this season, much like that of the Julius Peppers last season. And that is the signing... Read more »
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Why The Greg Olsen Trade Was Good For The Chicago Bears

Why The Greg Olsen Trade Was Good For The Chicago Bears
                The biggest news on the free agency/trade front for the Bears has been the trading of Greg Olsen to the Carolina Panthers for a 3rd round pick. This has drawn mixed feeling from the NFL and Chicago Bear’s fan base. Many of which were surprised and confused... Read more »