Category: Chicago Bears

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 »

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 »

Kevin Toliver II Destined to Overthrow Prince

Kevin Toliver II Destined to Overthrow Prince
It has been quite some time since I considered the Chicago Bears secondary to be anything but a massive, unorganized, slow-moving, Conte-infected dumpster fire, but heading into training camp this summer, I feel pretty great about who we have on the depth chart. Kyle Fuller finally decided to play like a 1st-round pick (strangely, it... Read more »
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The Chicago Bears Had a Great Draft and I Am Rattled

The Chicago Bears Had a Great Draft and I Am Rattled
The Chicago Bears selected seven new players last weekend during the 2018 NFL Draft and I loved every pick. I can’t believe that sentence was written by a sober party.To my knowledge, I am not high on drugs, but perhaps there is fresh paint in the hallway of my apartment building; maybe I am experiencing... Read more »

2018 Chicago Bears Full Mock Draft

2018 Chicago Bears Full Mock Draft
The NFL draft is finally here. Months and months of staring at Mel Kiper’s giant forehead on television are almost over. By now, every draft prospect has been dissected down to the point that we know whether they prefer frosted flakes or cocoa puffs (cocoa puffs are a red flag!) for breakfast. We can’t analyze... Read more »

Bullish on the Future of the Bears and Bulls

Bullish on the Future of the Bears and Bulls
Over the weekend, I flew out to Salt Lake City, Utah for my cousin’s bachelor party. That sentence may seem confusing, as “Salt Lake City” and “Bachelor Party” go together like ketchup on a hot dog, but Salt Lake City was not my final destination. In fact, Salt Lake City wasn’t even in the same... Read more »
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SOS: Bears Need Wide Receivers

SOS: Bears Need Wide Receivers
When I was a child I had a blanket or as I liked to call it, a blanky. I carried my blanky EVERYWHERE and boy, did it show. While Linus van Pelt carried around a crisp blue blanket that comforted him as he dealt with a balding best friend and abusive sister, I was in... Read more »

Pace Should Pass On NFL Combine

Pace Should Pass On NFL Combine
I really wish Chicago Bears General Manager Ryan Pace had passed on attending the NFL combine this week. Why couldn’t one of our trademark Chicago blizzards have snowed him into his office, preventing him from attending the glorified beauty pageant in Indianapolis? Why couldn’t he stay behind and watch prospects game film instead of watch... Read more »

Fox is out, but who is in?

Fox is out, but who is in?
On Wednesday afternoon, a friend of mine (let’s call him friend A) texted another friend of mine (let’s call him friend B) and myself the question “who do you we like for head coach right now” and the following conversation transpired (please note that all three members of this group chat are indeed millennials, thus... Read more »
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You Miss a Lot in Six Months

You Miss a Lot in Six Months
To subscribe to my weekly Friday post, please submit your email in the “Subscribe By Email” text box above. Would you consider six months a long amount of time? This ran through my mind as I sat down to write my first post since the end of June and I think it simply depends on... Read more »