Jon and Arthur talk about the Indians clinching the American League title, and the history Terry Francona has managing a team in October. The guys also look ahead to the full slate of sports this weekend from NLCS game six to the NFL. Clayton Kershaw steps in to save the Dodgers season, how is the … More TTS #32 – How’s that playoff picture looking?
Chicago Bears (2015: 6-10, 4th) The Bears will be looking to turn it around in the 2016 season. Following a disappointing outing last year, the Bears are moving in a younger direction. A year after letting Brandon Marshall go, they decided not to resign star running back Matt Forte. The Bears have a bevy of … More 2016 NFC North Preview
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, gather round as the most fantastic time of the year is upon us again. While the official beginning of March Madness isn’t until the first four play-in games, these past few days leading up to selection Sunday has been conference championship week. All the speculation on who makes the … More The Madness Is Upon Us
This was a tough one to predict, with the AL East being a log jam toward the top. The jays won the trade deadline last season which set up for their success through August and September. But the off season saw the Yankees as the big winner which will set up their success for … More 2016 American League East Preview
With a weak division again, the Mets will look to hold off the Nationals to retain their title. While the rest of East will look to keep rebuilding for the future. New York Mets 2015 Record: 90-72 (NL East Champs, World Series Runner-ups) Offseason: Resigned Matt Harvey, Yoenis Cespedes, Lucas Duda, and Bartolo Colon. Signed … More 2016 National League East Preview