Mack Was Who We Thought He Was

Mack Was Who We Thought He Was
I am not going to delve into the final outcome of the Chicago Bears Sunday night season opener against our lifetime rival Green Bay Packers. Dissecting the game, specifically the 4th quarter, would just be too hard right now. It’s just too soon. However, that doesn’t mean we still can’t talk about the Bears. So,... Read more »

Mack To The Playoffs

Mack To The Playoffs
On Saturday morning I woke up around seven, checked my phone, put my slippers on, puttered into the living room (I consider myself old enough to putter around the house at this point), flipped on SportsCenter (is it just me or has it gotten good again?), and started to make breakfast (veggie omelette. It was... Read more »

Make James Daniels A Center Again

Make James Daniels A Center Again
In the 2016 NFL draft, the Chicago Bears selected Cody Whitehair out of Kansas State in the second round. He played both guard and tackle during college. This April, the Chicago Bears selected James Daniels in the second round of the NFL draft. Daniels played center at the University of Iowa. As of this Friday,... Read more »
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Can You Learn To Love Someone You Hate? The Daniel Murphy Predicament

Can You Learn To Love Someone You Hate? The Daniel Murphy Predicament
I like to think I am able to pinpoint memorable moments in my life with fair accuracy, such as my first home run (July 2002), first Chipotle burrito (June 2004), or the first time I got drunk (October 2006). All three of those events were happy moments. Moments I look back on, remember well (the... Read more »

We Never Saw David Bote Coming

We Never Saw David Bote Coming
I am not going to pretend in the slightest that I knew David Bote was going to be an essential part of the Chicago Cubs roster this season. Hell, I didn’t know David Bote existed on opening day. No clue. Never heard of him. If you would have introduced me to him at the bar... Read more »

My Apology Letter to Brian Urlacher

My Apology Letter to Brian Urlacher
Dear Brian, I know love means never having to say your sorry, but that does not excuse my actions, or in this case, my inaction. From the bottom of my heart, I am sorry. I am so very sorry. I am sorry I wasn’t there in the crowd to support you last Saturday in Canton.... Read more »
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Jabari Parker Is Coming Home

Jabari Parker Is Coming Home
Same city. Same high school. Same injury. Hopefully, different story. Former Chicago Bull and NBA MVP Derrick Rose came home to the Windy City following his prestigious career at Simeon high school after just one season away at  Memphis. He lasted 8 seasons before multiple ACL injuries, arrogance, Reggie Rose, and eventually, a lack of... Read more »

Kings Put Bulls In Checkmate With LaVine Contract

Kings Put Bulls In Checkmate With LaVine Contract
I was dumb. Some may take it easier on me and say I was being optimistic; gullible perhaps. However, when you get down to it, I was just plain dumb. I knew better.  I should have known what happened would happen, but a part of me wanted to believe it wouldn’t. A part of me... Read more »

The Bulls Are A Middle School Dance

The Bulls Are A Middle School Dance
The Lakers signed LeBron James. Boogie Cousins signed with the Warriors. Paul George shocked the world and resigned with the Thunder. DeAndre Jordan took his talents to Dallas. The Lakers signed Lance Stephenson and Rajon Rondo (what the hell?). Trevor Ariza left Houston for Phoenix. BOOGIE COUSINS SIGNED WITH WARRIORS (I still can’t comprehend this).... Read more »
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What Will The Bulls Do On Their Summer Break?

What Will The Bulls Do On Their Summer Break?
With the selection of Wendell Carter Jr. last week, the Chicago Bulls kicked off their summer by added the perfect complement to our Finnish Prince, Lauri Markkanen (first time I didn’t have to double-check with Google on that spelling. Things are getting serious between us). Carter Jr. will anchor the middle of our defense and... Read more »