Imagine the face of your franchise encouraging fans to become addicted to a substance that takes thousands of lives every year. Imagine your quarterback encouraging this behavior because he does not think you are cheering loud enough. That is what Aaron Rodgers is doing to Packers fans. I, for one, feel bad for the great … Continue reading Is Aaron Rodgers Encouraging Alcoholism?
Hard Knocks was back for a second episode and this week the talk of the town was circumcision… Yes, Antonio Brown made an appearance and informed us that his feet got circumcised. Personally, I think a reptile losing its skin would have been a better analogy but AB decided to go with the removal of … Continue reading Hard Knocks Episode 2: Circumcision?
Mitch Trubisky is the most important human being in Chicago nowadays. Chicago will forever be a Bears city before anything. Everyone loves the Cubs, the Hawks took the city by storm for a hot second, picketers prefer to stand outside Gar/Pax’s office regularly, but nothing would light this city on fire like a Bears Super … Continue reading Should We Buy Into The Mitch Trubisky MVP Hype?
I am not going to try to woo you with some clickbait headline or spend too much time on this. This is simply an appreciation blog to remind everyone they are witnessing something magical every spring to fall in Chicago. There are very few athletes in Chicago sports history who draw your eyeballs to them … Continue reading Appreciate The Magic
Folks, it finally has happened. The Chicago Cubs and the Chicago White Sox are both good at baseball again. The Cubs have been holding their end of the bargain for years now but it is looking like the rebuild has taken shape on the South Side. I have been hoping for this for years. I … Continue reading Make The Crosstown Classic Great Again
Yesterday, the hard working, great people over at Barstool Chicago released this Chicago sports hypothetical. It led to quite the debate in my group chat. There was a couple glaring issues I had with this hypothetical. It was too easy, you pick Derrick Rose every single time. He was the most electric player in the … Continue reading Let’s Juice Up This Chicago Sports Hypothetical
The Masters. A tradition unlike any others. It’s here. For me, the Masters is one of the events that truly means spring is here. Opening Day, St. Patrick’s Day, and the Masters. They go with the spring like lamb and tuna fish. The azaleas have bloomed. Amen’s Corner has been trimmed to perfection. Most importantly, … Continue reading Who You Should Root For In The Masters