Offseason in Review: Chicago Bears

The Chicago Bears entered the 2014 NFL season expecting to be a playoff contender. Instead, Jay Cutler imploded and the defense became porous as injuries took their toll, leading to a 5-11 finish. Chicago lost their final five games. After the season, Chicago cleaned house, firing Head Coach Marc Trestman and General Manager Phil Emery. In…

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Did Dillon Gee Quit on the Mets?

Today, the New York Mets designated righty Dillon Gee for assignment. The move comes just a day after Gee’s worst outing of the season. Against the Braves, he allowed eight runs on just 3 2/3 innings, which elevated his ERA from 4.50 to 5.90.

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It’s Time to Move the Arizona Coyotes

In 1996, the Winnipeg Jets packed their bags and headed to Arizona as part of a series of relocations for NHL teams and rebranded as the Coyotes. Since then, has struggled financially. In 2009, then owner Jerry Moyes declared bankruptcy and ultimately was forced to hand over the franchise to the NHL after the league…

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Blackhawks Cup Hopes Lie on Corey Crawford

The Chicago Blackhawks missed the opportunity to come home with a 2-0 lead in the Stanley Cup, unraveling against Tampa Bay on Saturday Night. While the offense showed up, Corey Crawford again had an off night, and if he continues to do so, the Blackhawks are doomed.

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2015 MLB Mock Draft

1. Arizona Diamondbacks – Dansby Swanson (SS/Vanderbilt) The Diamondbacks are top-heavy with right handed pitching and thin at shortstop. On the Major League level, Nick Ahmed is a weak point on their team.

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Justin’s Way Too Early 2016 NFL Mock Draft

1. Chicago Bears – Connor Cook (QB/Michigan State) Jay Cutler is awful, Matt Forte is going to turn 30 and the Bears did not do enough to address their woes on defense. Because of this, Chicago may have the first overall pick in the draft for the first time since 1947. The Bears need to…

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