Steve Silverman is an award-winning writer, covering sports since 1980. Silverman was with Pro Football Weekly for 10 years and his byline has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Playboy, NFL.com and The Sporting News. He is the author of four books, including Who’s Better, Who’s Best in Football — The Top 60 Players of All-Time. Follow him on Twitter at @ProFootballBoy.
As hard as it may be to swallow, the jury is still out on Jay Cutler.
Rushing Cutler back before he was ready was the mark of an insecure and immature coach.
The Chicago Blackhawks appear to be in a solid position to make a run at their third Stanley Cup in five years and their second in a row.
Talk about an inferiority complex.
You don’t need to fill your team with superstars acquired through free agency in order to turn things around.
The Chicago Blackhawks have a problem on their hands that’s going to get worse.
This should give hope to both the White Sox and Cubs.
There’s an adrenaline rush for the backup quarterback any time there’s an injury to the starter.
The Chicago Bears’ coaches would normally have used this bye week to prepare themselves for the Green Bay Packers.
The Blackhawks have time to fix their third period problems, but they can’t let it linger all season.
No matter what scheme the Bears are playing, there’s one thing they can’t overcome.
The Chicago Blackhawks have been treated shabbily by the National Hockey League.
The big problem is Morris. Since stopping RGIII is the primary goal of any defense trying to stop Washington, Morris is going to get his opportunities.
There’s something frightful to opposing head coaches and fans when New England’s Bill Belichick and Tom Brady put their heads together at a crucial moment in a game.
You don’t have to be a hockey savant to know that the Chicago Blackhawks are going to be marked men this season every time they step on the ice.
The Bears are at a critical point in the schedule and while they have suffered a couple of missed steps against the Lions and the Saints, they are still in a strong position to get their season back on track.
The Giants have the firepower to put points on the board.
Even the most devout pro football fans should pay attention to what’s going to happen in Evanston tonight when Ohio State comes calling on Northwestern.
The drum beat is getting louder for the NHL to put an end to fighting.
The current Blackhawks are already among the best teams Chicago has ever seen.