Problems Continue to Plague The Bulls

Jon Zaghloul

When looking back at the numerous preseason predictions compiled regarding the Chicago Bulls, consistent rumblings of NBA Finals appearances frequented. At the time, those inferences seemed logical, considering that a healthy Derrick Rose combined with an emerging Jimmy Butler provided the team with one of the most prominent duos in […]

Cubs Make Splash, Sign Trifecta of Free Agents

Jon Zaghloul

Again, referring back to the 2015 NLCS, the Cubs faced various adversities including a lack of pitching, offensive struggles, and defensive blunders, which not only cost the Cubs a World Series bid, yet also encouraged front office gurus Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer to make the acquisitions that mattered in […]

An Ode to Chicago Sports Fans

Jon Zaghloul

Recently, I rewatched the movie Major League starring Charlie Sheen as a hard-throwing rookie pitcher, along with Wesley Snipes, posing as the lead-off hitter for a plummeting Cleveland Indians franchise whose losing ways had finally caught up with the fans. I especially enjoyed the so-called “heckler” who always found his […]

Bears Hint At Rebuild With Allen, Bostic Trades

Jon Zaghloul

For the second time in the past three years, the Chicago Bears have learned yet another lesson regarding washed-up defensive ends, and hopefully, the moral of this story will remain ensconced in the memory of the front office personnel, coaches, and fans. Reports have surfaced that Jared Allen, the active sack leader in […]

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