Posts tagged "Super Bowl"

NFL Playoff Power Rankings: AFC

NFL Playoff Power Rankings: AFC
A year of hard work will be put to the test for the NFL’s top 12 teams. A grueling seventeen weeks of blood, sweat and tears will all be laid on the line. Legends can be born, legacies cemented and the best team in football will be crowned. You won’t have to look far for... Read more »

The Lovie Smith Era: Who wants more?

The Lovie Smith Era: Who wants more?
Mike Ditka coached the Chicago Bears for 11 seasons. In those seasons, the Bears were 106-62 and reached the playoffs seven times. Of those seven times he coached the Bears to a playoff record of 6-6. In 1985, after failing to make the Super Bowl the year prior due to a 23-0 shalacking by the... Read more »

5 Most Heartbreaking Moments In Chicago Sports History

5 Most Heartbreaking Moments In Chicago Sports History
In the wake of the latest Chicago sports fail, I look back at some of the city’s most harrowing history. The build up to epic letdowns, the surefire wins that become stunning losses, and of course the favorite’s that come up short to expectations. The tragedy’s that rock the entire city. As I See It... Read more »
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Chicago Bears Head Into New Orleans With Heavy Heart And Massive Swagger Mourning The Loss Of Brian Urlacher's Mother Lavoyda Lenard

Chicago Bears Head Into New Orleans With Heavy Heart And Massive Swagger Mourning The Loss Of Brian Urlacher's Mother Lavoyda Lenard
  First off our thoughts and prayers go out to Lavoyda Lenard, Brian Urlacher and family. The Chicago Bears future Hall of Fame line backer mother passed away Monday at her home outside of Mount Pleasant, TX. The Bears conerstone line backer left the team to be with his family after the news broke of his... 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 »

Barack Obama Wants Aaron Rodgers To Quarterback The Chicago Bears

Barack Obama Wants Aaron Rodgers To Quarterback The Chicago Bears
  The President of the United States of America Barack Obama invited the defending Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packers to the White House for the traditional “Bring A Winner To The White House” ceremonies. This was a peculiar moment because of the fact that President Obama is a Chicago native and more importantly a... Read more »
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Vote Now! Chicago's Finest Awards (The Windy's): X-Factor Award Preview

Vote Now! Chicago's Finest Awards (The Windy's): X-Factor Award Preview
    When developing the “As I See It” blog, I believed it to be important to recognize those player’s who bring their hard hat and lunch pail as much as those who enjoy the majority of the spotlight. courtesy of Dictionary.com   Main Entry:  X factor Part of Speech:  n Definition:  a hard-to-describe influence or quality; animportant element with unknown consequences So without further adieu, I present to you the... Read more »

Welcome to Chicago: Chicago, As I See It

     I would like to take this time out and thank Jimmy Greenfield, the ChicagoNow community, and all of the readers around the world. It is your support, and encouragement that makes what I do worthwhile. Welcome to “Chicago, As I See It.” Where Jim Hendry would be better off working for the Mets,... Read more »