Posts in category "Editorial"

Chicago Bears close out the preseason with a loss to the Cleveland Browns

Chicago Bears close out the preseason with a loss to the Cleveland Browns
I have never watched my favorite NFL team play a game as calmly as I did on Thursday night. It goes without saying (but I will) that there is no doubt the Chicago Bears can beat the Cleveland Browns any day. Heading into the game, the Chicago Bears were 2-1 in the preseason, while the... Read more »

Chicago Bears now control their own destiny

Chicago Bears now control their own destiny
Six field goals — including an incredible 61-yarder with 38 seconds left in the game — boosted the Ravens over the Detroit Lions on MNF. And just like that, the Chicago Bears are all alone atop the NFC North. They now control their own destiny, so if they win their two remaining games, they will... Read more »

Josh McCown is the right McMan for the McJob

Josh McCown is the right McMan for the McJob
Chicago Bears’ head coach Marc Trestman has a very tough decision to make whenever Jay Cutler is ready to go. I have been a long-time supporter of Cutler, through good times and bad, but even I have to say that I just can’t see how you can take the ball away from Josh McCown right... Read more »
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Packers suck: Reveling in the rivalry

Packers suck: Reveling in the rivalry
It’s Saturday night and the Green Bay Packers are losing to the San Francisco 49ers. My neck hurts like hell and I’m not sure why—I work from home and I literally haven’t stepped foot outside since Monday—but I’m loaded up on muscle relaxers and I’m shouting awful things at my television. There’s a Packers fan... Read more »

Jay Cutler is a person under the pads

Jay Cutler is a person under the pads
I received a letter via email today from a woman named Patricia. We’ll leave the personals at that. Patricia was simultaneously excited over a big Bears victory and discouraged by the continued media assault on Bears’ quarterback Jay Cutler. In point of fact, she was disgusted by it. She spoke openly, freely, expressing her disdain... Read more »