Former Chicago Bears head coach John Fox sounded like a bitter high school ex during a recent appearance on ESPN. During an episode of NFL Live this week, the panel was asked who had the worst offseason in the NFL and of course he said...the Chicago Bears.
By now you all know the drill. It’s the Brutally Honest Breakdown of Chernobyl Ep. 4, and this time were going to get the annoying part out of the way first. For those who still aren’t sure what my least favorite part of this series is, it’s Lyudmilla Ignatenko, the wife of the dumbest firefighter on the planet. Let's dive in further.
I've learned a lot of things at a lot of schools, there’s something else I learned at all these schools, in fact, it’s the one thing they all have in common. More along the survival aspect of things, I learned how to deal with wildlife. In other words, wild animals, insects, and general things from nature being in places they simply do not belong.
Anthony Davis is a member of the Los Angeles Lakers. Just like he wanted. Zion Williamson is a member of the New Orleans Pelicans. Just like we anticipated. But what does it all mean exactly? And why is it that the NBA landscape is so predicated on absolute winners and losers when the league itself is driven by the players?
The Cubs just called up arguably their top pitching prospect in Adbert Alzolay to help rejuvenate their bullpen, a much needed shot in the arm for a pen in need. Let Toothpicks break down why this is such an important event.
Now that the 2019 NBA Draft is complete, it’s time to take a look at how the teams in the Eastern Conference Central Division made out with their picks and how they look heading into free agency on June 30.