Thing about television is that it only shows you the unpleasant and the uncomfortable when it makes for better theater. Rarely is such the case in viewing sports. Besides the actual game action, a national broadcast is going to feed you shots of local peculiarities and regional foodstuffs during timeouts. Going in and out of commercials you get the blimp views of the stadia … [Read more...] about More Money For Sports In Brazil And Chicago, More Problems
If you think it's difficult trying to figure out what Bill Belichick is going to do in the first round of an NFL Draft, the real fun in any Patriots draft doesn't start until the second and third rounds get going. Belichick loves to trade down and acquire additional picks to use on day two of the draft, hoping he can find some first-round talents who may have fallen for one … [Read more...] about New England Patriots draft preview 2014- day two
With the 21st pick, the Green Bay Packers selected safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix of Alabama. Uncharacteristic of the Packers picking a guy that everybody expected them to pick; but why not? A safety was an obvious need in Green Bay and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix was, arguably, the best one available. This pick by the Packers does not solve all of their defensive woes, but it’s a great … [Read more...] about PHOTO: did Ha Ha Clinton-Dix foreshadow Green Bay drafting him 3 weeks ago?
Carlos Hyde is one running back that has stayed on most NFL teams' radar leading up to the draft. Hyde is a bruiser who played 4 years at Ohio St and is one of several tailbacks looking to get a sack full of cash very soon. Actually NFL teams probably use direct deposit nowadays. Be that as it may, Hyde is about to hit the big leagues and improve his family's financial status … [Read more...] about Carlos Hyde: the top running back in the 2014 draft?
The Chicago Bears leaned defense on the first day of free agency. Defensive end Lamarr Houston, linebacker D.J. Williams, safety Ryan Mundy, and special teamer/linebacker Jordan Senn will don the blue and orange next season and add depth to a team desperate for it. On the same day, the team also cut defensive end Julius Peppers. The move saves the Bears $9.8 million this … [Read more...] about Chicago Bears Mock Draft: Free agency has started
The offseason in Chicago usually leaves fans cringing and complaining about what the team did (or didn’t do) to “get better”. This offseason, however, has set the Chicago Bears up to take a huge leap forward this season and for many to come. Part 1: Coaching Staff Part 2: Free Agency Part 3: NFL Draft … [Read more...] about Chicago Bears Full Offseason Recap Part 4: Overall
Shortly after 10 AM this morning, former Chicago Bears legend and middle linebacker announced his retirement on his Twitter account. … [Read more...] about Former Chicago Bear Brian Urlacher Announces Retirement
Drafting a player with high potential is a lot like owning a pet tiger. Let me explain. Part 1: Coaching Staff Part 2: Free Agency … [Read more...] about Chicago Bears Full Offseason Recap Part 3: NFL Draft