NFL Week 2: Observations and Such

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

Lots of things happened in the NFL this weekend. Here are my quick thoughts on the ones I paid attention to. - Mike Martz is a GD, MF-ing idiot. After Matt Forte gashed through the Saints defense on the Bears' second possession of the game, Martz decided it would be a ...

Polacks, Toilet Paper And The Chicago Bears Offensive Line

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

The Chicago Bears allowed a league-high 56 sacks a season ago. Their franchise quarterback was chased from the NFC Championship Game because of the subsequent lack of protection. So you'd think the team would invest in improving the worst offensive line in the NFL. You'd think. There were plenty of good offensive ...

Todd Collins: NFL Quarterback?

Tuesday, January 25th, 2011

The Internet was on fire the past two days with everyone's take on whether or not Jay Cutler pussed out on Sunday. Whatever. I'm over it. His teammates are rather adamant that he didn't bail on them, and this story is already played out. The thing that blows my mind, and ...

More Evidence NBA, NFL And MLB Players Are Overpaid

Monday, June 7th, 2010

With the 2010 World Cup right around the corner, the old adage that soccer (football, futbol, etc) is, and probably always will be, the world's most popular sport is about to be proven true once again. Most of the best players in the world are going ...

NFL Post-Draft Rumor Round Up

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

Now that the 2010 NFL Draft is in the books, things are happening around the league as teams make moves to fill out their rosters for the upcoming season. On top of that, recent mini-camps have given us a glimpse of some changes that might be in store for some ...

Chicago Makes Sure It’s A Bear Market

Friday, March 5th, 2010

For the Chicago Bears, the NFL Draft started midnight EST Thursday. Yesterday, I called my friends who are Bears fans - like myself - to remind them of that fact. Without a first or second round pick because of the Jay Cutler and Gaines Adams (RIP) trades, the Bears really only ...

No Offense Lovie, But I’d Rather Work For Al Davis

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

Since the conclusion of the regular season, the Chicago Bears have been in search of new offensive and defensive coordinators. Chicago’s D has been a mess since Ron Rivera was allowed to walk following the Super Bowl run three years ago. While Lovie Smith decided to keep the other Ron (Turner) instead ...

The Biggest Flops Of The 2009-10 NFL Season

Monday, January 4th, 2010

Now that the 2009-10 regular season is in the books it's time for us to reflect on just what the heck happened over the past few months in the NFL. This fall and winter had some great stories and some major controversies. But frankly, none of that interests us here ...