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Cutler, Bears Go Down To Texans 13-6

It was going to be a tough test for the Bears offense to move the ball consistently against a tough Texans defense.  It got even tougher when Jay Cutler left the game at halftime with a concussion.  Backup Jason Campbell couldn’t jump start the stagnant offense and the Bears fell to the Texans 13-6 in... Read more »

Music City Murder: Tillman, Bears Destroy Titans In 51-20 Rout

When Charles Tillman’s football career is over he can always find a job as a teacher.  His patented “ball punch” will certainly be a move coaches around the league attempt to integrate into their defensive players’ repertoire after Sunday.  Tillman flat out dominated the Titans by personally forcing four fumbles as the Bears cruised to... Read more »

Bears Start Slow, Explode for 38 In 2nd Half

  Heading in to halftime tied 3-3 it seemed as though the Bears had set themselves up for a trap game.  By the final whistle, it had become a laugher.  The Bears routed the Jaguars 41-3 and scored 38 points in the second half.  It was the defense that started the scoring frenzy thanks to... Read more »

Bears Rattle Romo, Roll Cowboys In Win

How ’bout them Bears?  The Bears floored the Cowboys in a 34-18 rout in which the Bears defense picked off Tony Romo five times and had two scores while Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall hooked up 7 times for 138 yards and a touchdown.  The Bears looked solid on both sides of the ball and... Read more »

No Luck Needed, Bears Dominate In Season Opener

It started shaky but the Bears found their bearings and dominated the Colts in a 41-21 victory to kickoff the regular season.  Jay Cutler and the much hyped offense delivered in a big way by getting contributions from seemingly everyone.  Jay Cutler finished the game by going 21/35 for 333 yard with two touchdowns and... Read more »

Twin Killing, Sox Pounded In 18-9 Loss

The Minnesota Twins continued to be the Achilles’ heel of the White Sox this season by bombarding the South Siders in an 18-9 victory.  The key was big innings and the Twins had two huge innings that sealed the victory at U.S. Cellular Field.  After the Sox put three runs on the board in their... Read more »

Verlander Outduels Sale, Tigers Sweep Sox, Tied For 1st

The White Sox entered the weekend series against Detroit with a three game lead on the Tigers.  After Sunday night’s 4-2 loss the White Sox left the Motor City deadlocked in a tie for first place in the A.L. Central after getting swept by their division rivals.  Everything that could go wrong for the Sox... Read more »

Sox Bats Fall Silent Again, Tigers Cut Lead To One

The White Sox continued to be in a team wide offensive slump as they fell to the Detroit Tigers for the second straight night in a 5-1 loss.  Only one game separates the White Sox and Tigers in the A.L. Central and Sunday night’s finale is crucial for both teams.  The Sox needed the offense... Read more »

Tigers Beat Sox, Take First Game In Huge Weekend Series

It was a rough start for the White Sox offense in a key three game series against the Detroit Tigers Friday night.  The Sox lost 7-4 in the Motor City while only managing five hits and stranding 13 runners in scoring position.  Jake Peavy had a rough outing for the Sox giving up nine hits,... Read more »

Bears/Giants: Recap, Winners & Losers, A Look Ahead

RECAP It wasn’t always pretty, but the Bears survived their biggest test in the preseason with a 20-17 victory over the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants.  It was an up and down game on both sides of the ball.  Jay Cutler and the first string offense looked solid in a first quarter drive... Read more »
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