1. Trial By Firing: The Rise and Fall of Ron Turner

    Monday afternoon, after a victory over the worst team of the 2000's of any sport except the Pittsburgh Pirates, the Bears made a decision that every single Bears fan knew was coming...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about over 4 years ago 354 reads 4 comments

  2. Chicago Bears vs. Minnsota Vikings MNF: Not-So-Mortal Kombat

    I moved to Minnesota in 2004. Because of that, a team I'd always respected, the Vikings, became my second team behind my hometown team, the Chicago Bears, the one team we in Chicago could always get behind, could unite in support of...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about over 4 years ago 465 reads 5 comments

  3. 10 Players and Coaches I'm Thankful For

    Tomorrow I will probably be bitter and angry because my favorite team will probably get beaten to a pulp by my resident team in front of a national audience...

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  4. The Fake by the Lake: The 2009 Chicago Bears

    The Chicago Bears are a stupid, stubborn football team who couldn't block to save their mothers' lives. They couldn't even score at the Moonlite Bunny Ranch with only the hookers in the building...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about over 4 years ago 679 reads 10 comments

  5. Chicago Bulls Draft Night Blues, or How Hope Has Fled the United Center

    Back in 2006, when our Chicago Bulls tried (and failed) to push the Detroit Pistons to the limit (or as close to the limit as you can go without a Game Seven) I made a prediction...

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  6. Vinnie Del Negro: Running Over the Chicago Bulls

    "With the first pick in the 2008 NBA Draft, The Chicago Bulls select...Derrick Rose! Point Guard, from the University of Memphis!" ...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about over 4 years ago 441 reads 7 comments

  7. Week 12 Part 2: Chiefs-Chargers, Raiders-Cowboys, Skins-Eagles & Pats-Saints

    The four games that will make up this slideshow was symbolized by the Patriots and Tom Brady seeing a lot of this. Not only did the team of the decade not have a pass rush, but Drew Brees laid ...

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  8. Colts-Texans & Bears-Vikings: Week 12 in Pictures, Part 1

    This is NOT the suit Peyton Manning opened week 12 in, but it does begin this article the way the telecast did: by showing the devastation the Colts QB had planned for his opposition, much like the devastation he always does...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about almost 5 years ago 487 reads 0 comments

  9. In Your Dishonor: 13 Biggest Turkeys Of The NFL Draft Since 2000.

    In honor of the resoundingly awful Gerard Warren, who was forced upon the NFL by the equally awful Cleveland Browns, I choose the 13 biggest turkeys of the NFL draft since the year 2000 (FIRST ROUND ONLY)...

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  10. Alan Trammell, Lou Whitaker, Larry Walker, and the Hall of Fame

    Alan Trammell, Lou Whitaker, and Larry Walker. Three players, one amazing double-play combo, one excellent hitter. Larry Walker was constantly disrespected by sportswriters and assorted idiots ...

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  11. Chicago Bears: Sunday Night Slam Masters

    The man in the picture above this article is one of the top 15 QBs in the NFL. The man in the picture is also well known for throwing interceptions, as all QBs do. However, he is being unfairly blamed for everything wrong with the Chicago Bears...

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  12. Blame It On The Reign

    Today, Charlie Weis is doing his best, albeit unconscious, imitation of Alex Kapranos. Alex Kapranos is the lead singer of the band Franz Ferdinand, whose big hit is "Take Me Out...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about almost 5 years ago 558 reads 3 comments

  13. The Final Chapter: 2008 and 2009 Chicago Cubs

    Sometimes I wonder if my years of rooting for the Cubs have actually harmed me. Rooting for the Cubs forces you to look at each windfall with a critical eye and not committing to the Indian, as a certain Blackhawks official once said...

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  14. Hope Is Here, or Is It?: The 2004-2009 Chicago Cubs (Part 2)

    So, we've arrived in 2004. The Chicago Cubs have just undergone the worst choke in the history of the NLCS. Stunned, Cubs fans could only watch in horror as Josh Beckett and A.J. Burnett dominated the mighty New York Yankees in the World Series...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about almost 5 years ago 399 reads 0 comments

  15. Out of Season: A brief article leading up to the 2007 Chicago Cubs

    I'm not a fan of the Resident Evil series, nor of very many RPG's. But, as I thought about my many years as a Cubs fan, I compare it to a meeting with Dr. Salvador. For the uninitiated, or the few people who pretend they don't care, Dr...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about almost 5 years ago 86 reads 3 comments