Chris Bremner

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  • micheal malcolm posted 1857 days ago

    micheal malcolm

    hey Chris

    hopefully the Cubs can start winning ..i just want them to win once like Boston and then go from there..sorry..i just have a soft spot for them...all that bad luck you know? Anyways seeing how you are an NBA fan i thought you would enjoy my article highlighting this week (so far) in the NBA. Comments as always are welcomed!

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/226002-nba-musings-that-may-interest-only-me-this-week-in-the-nba

    -Mike

  • Bleacher Report posted 2041 days ago

    Bleacher  Report

    Thanks for the comments Chris. Go o's and cubs!

  • Nicole Haase posted 2044 days ago

    Nicole Haase

    Thanks. As far as I'm concerned, it doesn't get much better than tailgating at Miller Park. I had a friend in from Key West, so we took it to the extreme cliche - cheeseheads, brats, Leinie's - the whole nine yards.

  • Eddie Bruce aka GeorgiaDawg posted 2145 days ago

    Eddie Bruce aka GeorgiaDawg

    Got a tailgating recipe you can share?

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/68452-football-and-tailgating-does-it-get-any-better-than-this

  • Emily Diekelmann posted 2174 days ago

    Emily Diekelmann

    no problem Chris. Feel free to send me the links for your articles if you want me to edit them I don't mind at all.

  • Ryan Droege posted 2175 days ago

    Ryan Droege

    Actually, the feedback link on the article is for me to leave you a note, or for you to leave a note to the editor before he works on the piece. If you want to get a message to me after the fact, then you have to leave a message on my profile, like you did! So well done, actually.

    And I did enjoy your piece and am looking forward to more great works from you.

  • Sam Wenk posted 2177 days ago

    Sam Wenk

    Keep up the good work, I enjoy reading your articles and I admire how you take your time and don't rush to finish them like a lot of people on here do.

    As for the Bears, I was scared for their defense heading into the Colts game, and they flat-out proved me wrong. However, with Mike Brown and Nate Vasher at full health, they obviously are a better team. The one thing I don't like (and this is from a Chicago perspective because I read the newspapers here religiously) is their cockiness after the first game. This is a team that sucked against the run last year and couldn't consistently reach the quarterback. They need to stop worrying so much about what the media thinks and just play to their potential, which at full strength, is a top-5 defense.