Posts Tagged ‘Cards’
You have to wonder what Chicago sports fans were thinking regarding how they treated recently-drafted quarterback Mitchell Trubisky on Friday night. The Bears traded up to draft Trubisky — who is a project and will likely sit and watch veteran Mike Glennon — with the second overall pick of the 2017 NFL Draft on Thursday.
There’s no clear-cut pick as far as who the best quarterback in the 2017 NFL Draft is. It really depends on scheme fit, and also what each team’s scouting department sees in that player. Opinions can change quickly, and if we remember, Deshaun Watson was deemed the best overall prospect by far after Clemson defeated Alabama in the national championship game.
Can the Los Angeles Rams steal their cake and eat it, too? Or is JuJu Smith-Schuster to good to fall in the draft?
Early every week, UCS’s Luke Irwin will list the twenty-five fights he’s most looking forward to catching the most, based on absolutely no analytical data or substantial criteria. Just like in Your Weekend in Combat Sports, fights are color-coded to differentiate. MMA is in ORANGE
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Luke’s Weekly Top-25
Things didn’t look good in the 3rd quarter last night. The Bulls had suddenly figured out a way to frustrate the Celtics again.
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Playbook: Celtics broke the game open because they got high
The Cavs sweep of the Pacers is fueling already strong speculation that Indiana is going to have to deal Paul George. Two teams, the Celtics and Lakers, are both rumored to have interest. Mitch Lawrence of the Sporting News says Boston is the better landing spot.
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Episode 16 of Blue Jays Mic, which means another casual, nerve-wracking play-by-play of our Toronto Blue Jays. If you’re new to the podcast, my goal is to help you relive the 9th inning from a fan’s perspective and sleep better. Enjoy the ballgame: The 9th inning is over, and now it’s the bottom of the 13th.