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Fans are like Charlie Brown. Last year Jay Cutler was the football that Lucy enticed us with. This year it's Julius Peppers. Does another 7-9 season await? Good grief.
Received a six-year deal and more guaranteed money than any player in NFL history. How about throwing a few coins at the CTA, Julius?
Losing Joakim Noah for an extended period of time has contributed to an extended losing streak. All that matters now is extending a handful of cash to free agents on July 1.
Despite the loss to Detroit, they are still in a prime position for the regular season's stretch run. Hopefully they don't Cub it up.
The maligned goaltender can't seem to find a rhythm. Unless you count the patterned recurrence of hockey horns going off behind him.
Injuries, lack of left-handed hitting, inferior defense, a bad bullpen and Carlos Silva. This team has some issues.
A torn ligament in his throwing shoulder could end a once-promising career. A Cubs prospect failing to pan out? Least. Surprising. News. Ever.
Optimism is high at Camelback Ranch and for the rest of Southside nation. In the White Sox cycle optimism comes right before "fire Greg Walker" talk.
The Sox outfielder has shown some early power in the Cactus League and says he feels healthy. Cue the freakish injury in three, two, one...
Finishing with five losses in six games is no way to qualify for the NCAA tournament. On the bright side it's a perfect way to qualify for the N.I.T.