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White Sox Provided Interest All Season Despite Poor Record

As the 2017 Chicago White Sox season draws to a close, the team has provided many reasons to watch even though they have been well out of playoff contention since July. With just 13 games left this season, there are many individual and team aspects that make the last few games very intriguing to watch. First baseman Jose Abreu and outfielder Avasil Garcia are chasing individual records, one of which is high ...

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Mike Glennon’s Limitations limit the Bears Offense Drastically

The Chicago Bears 29-7 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was frustrating for many reasons. Quarterback Mike Glennon has received most of the blame for the loss and deservedly so. With an offense already limited by injuries along the offensive line and wide receiver position, the Bears quarterback provides no threat for opposing defenses making the offensive game plan simple to defend against going forward. I ...

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Markus Wheaton could be the missing piece on offense for the Bears

Injuries are apart of the NFL season and the Chicago Bears already have their fair share as they have lost both their two best wide receivers in Cameron Meredith and Kevin White. With Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, the team's number one wide receiver may be Markus Wheaton who has been sidelined with several injuries so far this year, but may be just what the offense needs. Wheaton came over in the of ...

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Big plays continue to haunt Chicago Bears defense

The Chicago Bears started their 2017 season on Sunday with a 23-17 loss to the Atlanta Falcons, even though it was the start of a new season, the game featured too many similarities of a John Fox coached team. The team was yet again overmatched from a talent aspect, especially at the wide receiver position against a highly superior team and found themselves one play away from having the biggest upset of the ...

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Chicago White Sox release 2018 tentative schedule

Despite a disappointing year in 2017, the future is bright for the Chicago White Sox. Rick Hahn and the front office have built the best farm system in baseball acquiring talent through trades and the draft which has given fans hope for the future. While players like Yoan Moncada and Lucas Giolito have reached the big leagues in 2017, there are still more prospects coming up through the system and 2018 migh ...

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Bears Organization Deserves Praise for Trubisky’s Quick Growth

The Chicago Bears coaching staff shocked many on Wednesday afternoon as it was announced that rookie quarterback and the number two overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft Mitchell Trubisky would be the team's backup quarterback in Week 1. This means that Trubisky will be the Bears quarterback if starting quarterback Mike Glennon gets injured or performs poorly. The team's decision to have Trubisky back up Glenn ...

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Kyle Long’s Health is Vital to Bears Offensive Success

With the start of the 2017 season just days away, the Chicago Bears are looking to avoid the amount of injuries they experienced in 2016 as they had 22 players finish on injured reserve by season's end. One of the costliest injuries happened to guard Kyle Long who was lost for the season in mid November after breaking his ankle. In the Week 10 game on the road against the Buccaneers, Long injured his ankle ...

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NFL Preseason: 3 Chicago Bears to Watch Against the Cleveland Browns

The 2017 NFL preseason will come to a close on Thursday night as the Chicago Bears host the Cleveland Browns in their finale. The game means little to fans because a majority of starters will not play or will play just the first series before being shut down until September 10th. This will be the last game before the Bears open up a 2017 season against the Atlanta Falcons, hoping to improve on their 3-13 re ...

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3 Chicago Bears to Watch against the Titans

Sunday will be as close to a regular season game as the Bears will have this preseason as they enjoy the luxury of playing their all important third preseason game at noon on the road against the Tennessee Titans. The starters are expected to play into the second quarter with rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky to see action with the first team offense to start the second half. With all eyes on Trubisky le ...

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Carlos Rodon Showing Signs of Ace Potential

When the Chicago White Sox began their rebuild with the Chris Sale trade last December, there were two players seen on the roster from last season seen as pieces for the rebuild. One player was shortstop Tim Anderson and the other was starting pitcher Carlos Rodon who was projected and expected to be the anchor for starting rotation for years to come. Rondon was selected with third overall pick in the 2014 ...

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