Former Chicago White Sox ace Mark Buehrle is on the Hall of Fame ballot. Let me make it clear from the outset: Mark Buehrle was one of my favorite Chicago White Sox players during the Aughts. The ace pitcher won me over with his ability to work quickly and his relative lack of on- and […]
What should we expect from the Chicago Bears quarterback on Sunday night?
The Bears, who travel to Lambeau Field to take on the Green Bay Packers in primetime, will look to end a four-game skid and get back into the thick of the NFC playoff picture by turning to their former No. 2 overall pick. But what should we reasonably expect out of Trubisky? Is it fair to have higher expectations for him now that he has had seven weeks to assess his play?
The Chicago Bears are not looking good going into their game against the Green Bay Packers.
It is sad to say but the Chicago Bears are an awful football franchise. This is a storied team that has many legendary names attached to it but in the year 2020, they are a joke. The problem is that they aren’t just a joke as of recently, they have been a joke for a very long time. Things have been very bad for a while and it doesn’t appear to be getting better any time soon. Their recent play against their biggest rival paints a bigger picture.
The Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers form one of the greatest rivalries in the world of sports. There is Boston Red Sox vs New York Yankees, Montreal Canadiens vs Boston Bruins, Duke vs North Carolina, and Chicago vs Green Bay in the NFL amongst a few other great rivalries. Lately, however, the Packers just own the Bears and it doesn’t ever feel like a rivalry on the field.
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The crash happened in the 1000 block of North Lake Shore Drive.
The occupants of a red Ferrari suffered minor injuries in a roll-over crash early Saturday on Lake Shore Drive, officials said.
The crash happened before 1 a.m. in the 1000 block of North Lake Shore Drive, according to the Chicago Fire Department.
A red Ferrari, which was rented for the weekend, failed to make the curve at Oak Street and Lake Shore Drive and rolled over, fire officials said.
1000 north LSD. Ferrari failed to make curve at Oak Street rolled over. Occupants with minor injuries. Vehicle rented for the weekend. Please observe posted speed limits! pic.twitter.com/pKJaFMW8A9
— Chicago Fire Media (@CFDMedia) November 28, 2020
The vehicle’s occupants suffered only minor injuries, according to officials.
In a tweet, the fire department warned drivers to abide by posted speed limits.