1. Chicago Cubs Position Breakdown: Bullpen

    This article was originally published at TheDailyCub.com, my blog offering thoughts and insight on the Chicago Cubs. After breaking down the starters a few days ago, it’s time to look at the guys who will be working off of their performances...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about over 4 years ago 136 reads 0 comments

  2. Chicago Cubs Position Breakdown: Starting Pitching

    This article was originally published at TheDailyCub.com , my blog covering the Chicago Cubs throughout the season. This is going to be the first in a four-part series breaking down four positions for the Chicago Cubs...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about over 4 years ago 360 reads 0 comments

  3. A Look Back at the Chicago Cubs Off-Season

    This article was originally published at TheDailyCub.com , a blog dedicated to giving you quality Cubs content. The Cubs were pretty quiet this past off-season...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about over 4 years ago 653 reads 3 comments

  4. Following the Chicago Bears in Free Agency: Making a Big Splash

    The Chicago Bears have never been known to go after the big ticket free agents.  Most of their big names have come through the Draft (Tommie Harris, Lance Briggs, Brian Urlacher, etc.)...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about over 4 years ago 624 reads 0 comments

  5. If I Were GM: Making the Chicago Bears a Super Bowl Competitor

    Free Agency begins tonight, and without a pick on the first day of the NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears have a lot more money to spend on free agents...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about over 4 years ago 637 reads 0 comments

  6. Police Catch Adrian Peterson Going 109 MPH

    *This is going to be the first of a series of articles that I will publish every Thursday that takes a real story and adds a humorous side to it. Hope you enjoy...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about over 4 years ago 519 reads 9 comments

  7. Tuesday Night Thoughts: Who Will Break First, Saints or Colts?

    Welcome to my new weekly column, this will be published every Tuesday night, and it will be called Tuesday Night Thoughts...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about over 4 years ago 573 reads 4 comments

  8. The Biggest Problem for Jay Cutler

    Michigan freshman quarterback Tate Forcier found himself, just months removed from taking high school finals, playing in one of Michigan's biggest rivalry games against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about almost 5 years ago 693 reads 10 comments

  9. A Comprehensive Look at Why The Cubs Suck

    I’m finally ready to get back to my Cubs coverage, I’m sorry that it took so long, but I finally have everything set up in my dorm but first, it’s been a while, how about ...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about almost 5 years ago 1,520 reads 2 comments

  10. Brett Favre Signs with Vikings; Why They Still Won't Win the Super Bowl

    I woke up this morning a little groggy, just like every morning, and as I woke up, I did my usual routine, including checking my phone, which gets texts from ESPN whenever there is breaking news...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about almost 5 years ago 1,345 reads 22 comments

  11. Career of a Legend: Michael Jordan's Career Reduced to 10 Moments

    Michael Jordan has a career that is paralleled by no other man in professional basketball. With all the games, titles, dunks, endorsements, and retirements, no other player has done so much for a game...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about almost 5 years ago 408 reads 11 comments

  12. The Story of How The Red Sox Broke the Curse*

    The 2004 Red Sox were baseball's version of "America's Team." They took the city of Boston on a magical run as a group of scrappy players pulled together and ended an 86 year championship drought for the Sox...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about almost 5 years ago 669 reads 13 comments

  13. Don't Look Now, But the Chicago Cubs Might Just Have What It Takes

    The following article is a post from TheDailyCub.com, a website that also boasts B/R writers Bob Warja and Ben Calloway. A little over half way to the end of the season, the Cubs have finally jumped past the St...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about almost 5 years ago 237 reads 5 comments

  14. Chicago Cubs Quick Hits: Ted Lilly, Ryan Dempster and B.J Ryan

    According to Chicago Tribune writer Paul Sullivan, the Cubs’ lone All-Star is likely heading to the disabled list. “Oh gosh, we were just talking about getting [ Ryan] Dempster back,” manager Lou Piniella said...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about almost 5 years ago 180 reads 0 comments

  15. Chicago Cubs Take First Game Against the Milwaukee Brewers

    The Chicago Cubs were able to get out of their offensive woes against Seth McClung and the Milwaukee Brewers, as they took down the NL Central division leaders 9-5...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about 5 years ago 37 reads 0 comments

  16. Chicago Bulls and the ESPN Trade Machine

    After reading a Bob Warja article about the Chicago Bulls being stuck in NBA hell, I have decided to look and see what could be done to fix their current status...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about 5 years ago 1,498 reads 4 comments

  17. A Look at Randy Wells' Horrible Luck

    This article was originally posted at TheDailyCub.com, a Chicago Cubs fan site that also boasts B/R writer Bob Warja. Randy Wells has pitched 44.1 career innings, posting an outstanding career ERA of just 1...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about 5 years ago 94 reads 1 comments

  18. Chicago Cubs Bullpen Blows Another Lead

    The biggest difference between last season’s Cubs, which had one of the best records in the MLB, and this season’s team, has been the continually faulty play of the bullpen...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about 5 years ago 130 reads 0 comments

  19. Are the Chicago Cubs Back on Track?

    The Cubs have been one of baseball’s big disappointments this season. The only team that has underachieved more has been the Yankees, but since A-Rod came back, they have been on a tear, which leaves the Cubs all alone...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about 5 years ago 152 reads 2 comments

  20. Who Makes What Happen: A Profile on the Coaches of the Chicago Bears

    The Chicago Bears are a team with a highly defensive mentality, but with the addition of Jay Cutler, the coaching staff is working on creating a new identity with a defense that still has holes and a suspect offensive line...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about 5 years ago 184 reads 0 comments

  21. 10 Questions For Rex Grossman

    While looking at the assignment sheet for the CBS NFL Correspondent position, I realized that I needed to come up with questions that I would ask to a current player on the team I want to cover...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about 5 years ago 411 reads 0 comments

  22. How My Grandpa Made Me a Bears Fan

    The Chicago Bears are more than a team, they are a tradition unlike any other. They have one of the best teams of all time (see 1985) and they have built an aura around their defense matched by few other teams...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about 5 years ago 110 reads 0 comments

  23. Should the Chicago Bears Bring Back an Old "Rex-Like" Offense?

    The Chicago Bears completely retooled their offense on their way to trying to become a potent offense throughout this off season...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about 5 years ago 300 reads 0 comments

  24. A Comprehensive Look at the Chicago Bears' Offseason

    Sure, we are still months away from the regular season starting, but hey, rosters are basically set and it may be time to start looking at the Chicago Bears chances for this season...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about 5 years ago 99 reads 1 comments

  25. Chicago Bulls-Boston Celtics: Game Six Analysis

    Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. I can say that a million more times and it won't capture the excitement I had last night after watching another great game in part of the most intense first round series of all time...

    Joe Willett Written by Joe Willett about 5 years ago 201 reads 1 comments