The Bernstein Brief: Jose Altuve Not The Shortest MVPAltuve has tied for being the shortest MVP in MLB history, but a hockey player holds the distinction as the most diminutive MVP.
The Bernstein Brief: Jerry Jones-vs.-NFL Just Got More InterestingJones is taking shots and now some other football barons are lobbing salvos of their own.
Bernstein: Papa John’s Desperate To Turn Down NFL HeatThis was self-inflicted harm by Papa John's founder John Schnatter.
The Bernstein Brief: Another Call Against Thursday NFL Football"It's miserable, it's terrible," Ben Roethlisberger says of Thursday night games.
Bernstein: Brutal Loss Exposes BearsEnough with the celebration of the Bears' perceived competence, their defense and coach John Fox.
The Bernstein Brief: NBC Makes Great Call With SkyCamThis is a first but big step toward modernizing the look of NFL games.
Bernstein: Bears Have To Win This OneTo prove this painfully slow rebuild is moving in the right direction, John Fox needs to direct the Bears past the Packers.
Bernstein: Baseball Hall Of Fame Committee Ignoring 2 Deserving PlayersIf the ranks of the Hall are going to swell, as it seems they are, it can at least be done more fairly.
The Bernstein Brief: Big Ten All But Out Of College Football PlayoffWisconsin may be 9-0, but nobody thinks it's deserving of a top-four spot in the College Football Playoff.
Bernstein: Bears-Free Sunday A Different ExperienceThe football always seems better without the Bears, for some reason.
The Bernstein Brief: Zach LaVine, Adidas Banking On Star Turn In ChicagoIf all parties are correct, everybody wins.
The Bernstein Brief: Astros Are A Worthy ChampionLike the Cubs, the Astros are another exceedingly well-run organization that provides little to dislike.