Marshawn Lynch never got a chance from the 1-yard line, and the Seahawks paid for it.
The Bulls are 4-6 in their last 10 games.
Jordan Hill, Hassan Whiteside, Rudy Gobert. They’ve all been studs against Chicago.
The Cubs are projected for 82 wins, while the White Sox are tabbed for 78.
Remember these tips for Super Bowl Sunday.
Less attention is just what this team needs for a few days.
There’s no need to focus on a problem that doesn’t actually exist.
The relatively young GM is under new pressure to win from a notoriously fickle, cranky fanbase.
Nobody rages against Father Time like Bryant.
New England’s not the first and won’t be the last to look for every possible advantage.
Far as we can tell, Wilson’s the first to attribute a horrible performance to a higher power.
The Bulls have lost six of eight and don’t have any answers.
The Packers remain the standard for the Bears in their rebuild.
The NCAA’s reinstatement of the late Joe Paterno’s wins should not give cover to Penn State zealots, Dan Bernstein writes.
Defenses have proved to figure out Trestman’s offenses with advance scouting.
By the time the Bears contend again, Cutler will be long gone.
Cleveland is 19-20 and showing us the danger of counting on talent as opposed to cohesiveness.
John Fox is the ideal candidate for new Bears GM Ryan Pace. Can he nab him?
The process of an attempted catch rule that negated Dez Bryant’s big play Sunday needs fixed.
The Bulls are set up to make a real run for the first time in the Thibodeau era, if they stay healthy.