Hating all things Packers is a good strategy, but clinching the NFC North title Sunday with a victory against archrival Green Bay is all that matters.
No one looks good in this, and no one has the moral high ground. The NBA already is a soap opera, but the Bulls have taken it to another level.
You don’t go from four seasons in a row of at least 10 losses to being one of the best teams in the league and then pretend it’s business as usual.
Trubisky threw three interceptions, and none mattered. Whether they were a result of rust or something more profound is open to debate. But who cares?
This is a chance for Trubisky to take a big step, with the Rams QB serving as a frame of reference. Goff is great. Trubisky wants to be great.
This is a role reversal so abrupt, so unnatural that people on both sides of the Illinois-Wisconsin border are dealing with whiplash-type symptoms.
This goes back to chairman Jerry Reinsdorf because almost everything does. Coaches come and go, but the vice president and the general manager stay.
Do you applaud them for a valiant comeback behind a backup QB or do you take them to task for not winning a game they should have won? Answer: Both.
It says that actions don’t matter. It says that women, some of whom root for the Cubs, aren’t quite as important as a good-fielding shortstop.
It would be much better to have a healthy QB for the rest of the season than expose him to the possibility of discomfort, or worse, down the stretch.
The Illini would have figured that out quickly had they canned Smith. What coach of note, substance or sound mind would want this job?
You probably think this is a pathetic attempt to attract more readers, more eyeballs and more clicks. You couldn’t be more wrong about the media!
The Bears can’t afford to regularly expose their most important offensive player to injury, yet running the ball might be the thing he does best.
With Mitch Trubisky out with a shoulder injury, Daniel made his first start since 2014 and completed 27 of 37 passes for 230 yards and two TDs.
A good defense becomes a ferocious, feral defense when the outside linebacker is healthy, as the poor Vikings found out in a prime-time Bears victory.