1. Chicago Cubs: Closer, Inconsistent Offense Leads to Woes

    The Chicago Cubs lost Tuesday night to the Detroit Tigers 5-4 when Ryan Raburn hit a two run walk-off home run off closer Kevin Gregg. If it seems like every Cubs' game is close, it's because they are...

    Patrick Gearty Written by Patrick Gearty about 5 years ago 77 reads 0 comments

  2. My Questions for Jay Cutler

    Jay Cutler is a Chicago Bear. This is as exciting a time in Chicago sports as there has been since the 1998 Bulls were busy winning their sixth NBA title. Bears' fever has hit Chicago big time, and a game has not even been played yet...

    Patrick Gearty Written by Patrick Gearty about 5 years ago 217 reads 1 comments

  3. Bears' Coaching Staff Follows Lovie's Lead

    The Chicago Bears have a rich history of great running backs, staunch defense, and playing games close. That's why the hiring of head coach Lovie Smith seemed to fit right in with the Bears' normal mode of operation...

    Patrick Gearty Written by Patrick Gearty about 5 years ago 124 reads 2 comments

  4. Vertical Passing Game/End Pressure Keys to Chicago Bears' Title Hopes

    Few teams have taken on such a major shift in philosophy this offseason than the Chicago Bears. The motto in the town for decades has been to run the football, have a dominating defense and control the clock...

    Patrick Gearty Written by Patrick Gearty about 5 years ago 462 reads 5 comments

  5. Minnesota Vikings Look To Rule the North Once More

    The NFC North has seen much change over the past two offseasons. Each team has a different starting quarterback than in 2007. Two teams have different head coaches, and the other two have gone through various coordinators...

    Patrick Gearty Written by Patrick Gearty about 5 years ago 163 reads 1 comments

  6. '85 Chicago Bears Greatest Team of All Time

    I have heard the debate rage on for years. Each team's fans will go on about their team being the best there has ever been. The only real proof a team has is championships and legacy. Some would argue the Dallas Cowboys of the early '90s were the best.

    Patrick Gearty Written by Patrick Gearty about 5 years ago 650 reads 15 comments

  7. NFL Rankings: NE Patriots' Dynasty Could Be Back

    With the 2009-10 NFL Season just months away from its beginning, the New England Patriots look to be favorites once again...

    Patrick Gearty Written by Patrick Gearty about 5 years ago 606 reads 21 comments

  8. Kingston/MVP Gives New Hope to WWE's New Stars

    Monday June 1, 2009 could be a wrestling turning point. It could also be a tease, but for the sake of optimism, let's go with the former...

    Patrick Gearty Written by Patrick Gearty about 5 years ago 620 reads 5 comments

  9. Battle for Chicago Airwaves Rages On

    I have lived in the Chicagoland area my whole life. From Harry Caray to Jim Durham, I have heard all the announcers for each team, from the Bears to the White Sox...

    Patrick Gearty Written by Patrick Gearty about over 5 years ago 2,824 reads 1 comments

  10. Wrestling Needs to Get Back to Basics

    Back in 1983, I was a four year old kid who loved his Saturday morning cartoons, riding his bicycle to the park down the street and wanting to be part of the A-Team. Little did I know that in December of that year, my life would change forever...

    Patrick Gearty Written by Patrick Gearty about almost 6 years ago 192 reads 0 comments

  11. Wood and Marmol Lead Cubs' Pen Toward Pennant

    For the first time since 1908, The Chicago Cubs will be entering the National League playoffs in back-to-back seasons. For the first time since 1984, the Chicago Cubs will enter the National League playoffs with home field advantage throughout...

    Patrick Gearty Written by Patrick Gearty about almost 6 years ago 117 reads 0 comments