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All narrative roads lead to Ryan Pace. Plus: The President Of The United States Is Pro-Brain Damage; The Best Part Of The Cubs' Week; White Sox Making Believers; Blackhawks Backup Goalie Sitch; Wade Era vs. Glennon Era; Millennials Killing Football; Rick Pitino Was Just The Worst; and Schweinsteiger!
* Alshon Jeffery > Mike Glennon.
But why - to get back in the playoff chase? C'mon!
He's gonna rescue the season - get them to the playoffs? C'mon!
* Sports Illustrated: Deshaun Watson: Texans' Approach With The Rookie QB.
Are the #Bears better off today than they were on the first day of the Pace/Fox regime? It's hard to see how. Worse? Much.— Beachwood Reporter (@BeachwoodReport) September 29, 2017
* Haw haw.
* Packers vs. Steelers.
* Coffman: The Cooper Blooper.
When they came for the football players ... https://t.co/RlPN7nMFk5— Beachwood Reporter (@BeachwoodReport) September 24, 2017
39:07: The Best Part Of The Cubs' Week.
Best At-Bat all season by anyone anywhere https://t.co/INXslxcOgL— Ben Zobrist (@benzobrist18) September 23, 2017
59:43: White Sox Making Believers.
1:04:45: Millennials Killing Football.
* The future?
JUST IN: The CPS has launched a flag football league for the 11 schools that have dropped football this season.https://t.co/k0lDItpE5R— Michael O'Brien (@michaelsobrien) September 28, 2017
yeah, agreed. I really think the shrinking neighborhood school size is the biggest factor, Young is just a weird outlier.— Michael O'Brien (@michaelsobrien) September 29, 2017
1:07:59: Rick Pitino Was Just The Worst.
Hey, Bears, shake Trubisky like a Polaroid picture!
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