The matador defense comes to the NFL.
Tag: Steve Rosenbloom
On condemning vile and bigoted screams no one heard
What exactly did Blackhawks Andrew Shaw say?
The Trib’s Phil Rosenthal introduces a business column in sports column clothes
Phil Rosenthal, a Tribune business columnist, introduces Margin Call
Aaron Kromer did what the press wants from a source, but was that the right thing to do?
Mixed media feelilngs about Aaron Kromer’s indiscretion
Cubs win! Red Sox lose!
Zero-sum thinking in the press box
‘Reform’ ain’t right for Chicago, and maybe Derrick Rose isn’t either
On Derrick Rose and his so-called concerns
Bears writers get to kick ass
Sportswriters let the Bears have it, Krugman lets SCOTUS have it
Buried a week ago by hometown sportswriters, the Bears rise from the dead
Rumors of the Bears demise were greatly exaggerated.
Putting the best face on the Bears’ loss
Don’t bury the Bears just yet.
Leave Milton Bradley Alone
New Cubs right fielder Milton Bradley and the critics
Seeing Reds I: A Tower of Babble/Seeing Reds II: Ghost of Papers Past/News Bites
Seeing Reds I: A Tower of Babble The 18-to-34-year-old public that doesn’t read newspapers is a coveted demographic for reasons that aren’t obvious. The teenagers at one end of this age group are too young to have much money; many thirtysomethings with decent salaries and careers also have babies and mortgages. These two groups speak […]