11 July 2012

Who would have thought that the Chicago White Sox would lead the AL Central by 3 games at the All-Star Break?  Not me.  But the Sox are doing it and it is their Division to lose.  Detroit has not played all that well, and will likely put up a challenge.  The Sox will be tested.  They have some top-players who can produce.

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25 December 2011

It was closer than it should have been for longer than it should have been, but it ended just as it should have as the Bears lost in Green Bay and ended their hopes for a playoff berth in fitting fashion. Josh McCown mounted a valiant effort, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Aaron Rodgers’ five touchdowns.

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24 December 2011

Christmas Eve or not, there’s no way I’d let a schedule of great NFL action slip past my nets! The playoff positioning is settling in, but there’s some unresolved business in the NFC East with two pivotal games on Saturday. There’s plenty to talk about in week 16, so let’s get right to it!

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23 December 2010

Yeah…. who thought that this would be a good game? Oh who cares? It’s football!

(2-12) Carolina Panthers at
(10-4) Pittsburgh Steelers

So… is this game even worth disc

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20 December 2010

On a record-setting night for Devin Hester, the Chicago Bears put the clamps on the Minnesota Vikings to take the NFC North crown. Oh how sweet it was…(10-4) Chicago Bears 40
(5-9) Minnesota Vikings 14

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7 November 2010

It's week nine in the NFL season. Teams are beginning to fall from contender to pretender while other squads are starting to fight for postseason slotting. Let's kick off the Opening Drive!

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17 January 2010

It was an ugliest of games for the team in the prettiest of cities. After winning 11 straight games to finish the regular season, the San Diego Chargers came out with a resounding thud at home against the Jets on Sunday. Penalties, missed field goals and turnovers formed a perfect storm of suck for the Chargers and kept the Jets in the game until the final quarter where they took and held onto the lead to advance to the AFC championship game with a 17-14 victory.

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29 November 2009

It isn't a pretty picture.  You want to turn off the TV when the Bears go 3 and out in the first set of downs.   It is frustrating to see a team so over-matched, about to get demolished.  That is what happened last Sunday.  Last year, about this time of the season,  Brett Favre had his last good game as Jet, and then imploded as the season got away from him and the Jets. 

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19 October 2009

The Bears lost a tough game to the Atlanta Falcons, 21-14 Sunday night in Atlanta.

This game reminded me of the Jerry Senfeld comedy show.  Nothing happened.  The Bears scored in the 4th quarter to tie the game, only to see Atlanta move down the field at will, and score late with just over 3 minutes in the game.

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14 June 2009

It looks like the Los Angeles Lakers, up 3-1 in the series vs. the Orlando Magic, will come up with the title before the series is over.  Maybe the Magic will win game 5 and send it back to LA, but it will likely end in game 6.  The Lakers have the best player, Kobe Bryant, and the best coach, Phil Jackson.  Jackson will end up with 10 NBA titles as head coach.  That is a number that's hard to believe.  Years back Pat Riley was the hot coach, when Kareem and Magic Johnson were in their prime.  You have to have great players to be a winning coach.  And, a great coach finds a way to keep his great players playing at the highest level.  Jackson benefitted from coaching Jordan and Pippen and the rest of the Bulls, not to forget, Dennis Rodman.  He was able to get Rodman to play his best, and that was not an easy thing to do.

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13 May 2009

Welcome hunting fans! Please join the site if you love to hunt. I've set this site up so that hunters can interact with each other, share hunting tips and strategy, and find great places to hunt. Join

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30 December 2008


           This past Sunday, the Dallas Cowboys traveled to Lincoln Financial Field to play the Philadelphia Eagles in what was a win and you’re in the playoffs game.  This game had a lot of build-up prior kick-off.  The Eagles found out, about 15 minutes before the game started, that the stars had aligned for them; the Bears and Buccaneers had both lost.  This game had everything football fans wanted.  It was the ‘Boys against the Birds, with their playoff destinies on the line. 

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12 December 2008


           Each week I will answer questions submitted by my loyal readers.  I personally read every single email I receive.  I will pick out the best five or so to use for the weekly post, as I won’t be able to answer all of them.  I will also answer one or two questions on my daily posts as well.  Now it’s time to open the mail!  

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24 November 2008

     No one is saying it. The networks and big newspapers love to ignore the WAC, Mountain West, and others as if they were a conservative Republican with no charisma. In my area, for example, the Utah-BYU game was not even on television. A game between two top 20 teams was unavailable. A game that would determine one of the schools in the BCS this season was a no-show.

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17 November 2008


I love Alabama Crimson Tide Football. I love everything about the program, the proud heritage and the lifestyle. The stone fisted blows struck by Paul “Bear” Bryant still echo through every acre of Tuscaloosa to this day. You would be hard pressed to find a school, a town, or a culture that loves their team more than the University of Alabama. 

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20 September 2008

Okay, so-- being a Titans fan the last 3 weeks has been an emotional roller coaster. We started the season with a lot of speculation about Vince Young's throwing ability and it didn't look that good in game one. There were a couple of dropped catchable balls, so he looked off and very confused out there. It was like watching a kid that's had too much sugar and gets let loose in Chuck-E-Cheese; he doesn't know where to start first, and he sure does make a scene trying to figure it out. I still consider this to be part of a starting quarterback's growing pains in the NFL. I mean the guy is under so much pressure to perform to everyone's expectations, that it's almost impossible for him to make ANYONE happy. The problem with the average NFL fan is that after one good showing of their hometown QB, they immediately develop unreasonable expectations for the next game. 

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3 September 2008

Cub fans, please say thank you to any Milwaukee Brewers fans you may know. Their team is struggling just as much as the Cubs right now. It could have been disastrous if Milwaukee would have gone on a winning streak this week as the Cubs were skidding against the Phillies and Astros. The Cubs still have a cushion in the NL Central, but they need to try to get Zambrano and Harden healthy before they make this final playoff push. Don't panic, the Cubs will be fine. They have a solid line-up all the way through the batting order, and even if they are sluggish, they will get enough wins to enter the 08 playoffs. Sorry this post is short and I haven't posted in a while, but I have been working on numerous websites. I will try to put the Cubs blog first from now on, and trust me, I will be much more talkative once these Cubbies get closer to the playoffs. 

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28 August 2008

Welp, the final Bears preseason game is just about over and it looks like we are about to get our first win, but much like the prior three losses, it means nothing.  Going into the game we kne

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5 July 2008

All sports can be associated with parks and fields of play.  But there is one field that occupied two teams that I love.  The Chicago Bears and the Chicago Cubs.  Before the Bears became known as the Monsters of the Midway, they were known as the Decatur Staleys. It was hard to take serously a team named after a business man, so after hiring George Halas, the team was moved to Chicago and became the Chicago Staleys.  With no time to spare, George convinced the owner of Cubs Park to allow the team to play football on their field. 

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