Well this is it, it was fun while it lasted, but the final show is upon us. Please don’t let it be the Patriots.
It’s Championship Sunday, the last morsel or football we can enjoy until February (don’t even make the argument the Pro Bowl counts).
The Conference Championship round is just a week away, see who stays, and who comes ever closer to a Super Bowl.
The regular season has boiled down to this point, and some teams will be packing up their lickers on Monday. See who our analyst think are going golfing next week.
This is the final week of the NFL season for many, but for some Week 17 is their chance to play in January.
It’s a sad day. The second to last week of the season is upon us, and soon Chicagoans may have to be entertained by the Blackhawks or Bulls. Luckily the Bears clinched a playoff spot and we have a few weeks to pretend football will last forever.
It could be NFC North clinching time, but there are other games that are of interest I guess. So, we made a bunch of predictions.
The final weeks of the NFL season, we must enjoy it while we can. Luckily we still have the playoffs.
The playoff push is well underway, and teams could soon find themselves mathematically eliminated from playoff contention. A lot could be riding on these picks, including the coveted first place spot in game picks, which has been held by Jake Barrett for a really long time.
The mighty, unquestionable lead Jake built up is not a meager one game lead. That just adds an extra layer of drama to this games, along with the playoff implications I guess.
In years past it, was Javier Baez or Kyle Hendricks, now it is Nico Hoerner and Duncan Robinson.
It has been a year of division championships, playoff races and rookies making a name for themselves. But 2018 is coming to an end, so lets take a look back at the best Chicago sports moments in 2018.
The Cubs are tendering shortstop Addison Russell who will miss the first 40 games after being suspended for violating the leagues domestic violence policy.