This week’s biggest gainers:
How does a running back fill the shoes of a star quarterback? With 188 yards and two touchdowns.
Oprah’s personal-chef-cum-restaurateur dropped 50 pounds and finished the Chicago Marathon. Diplomatically, he barely missed his TV queen mentor’s time.
Staff Sergeant Robert Miller
Nothing funny about President Obama awarding you the posthumous Medal of Honor for your sacrifice in Afghanistan.
Shocking news. The Chicago Tribune endorses a Republican candidate.
Shocking news. The Chicago Sun-Times endorses the candidate the Tribune does not.
This week’s biggest losers:
Bears starter gets a quarterback rating of 8. Anyone else wondering what Cade McNown’s up to lately?
There are few things scarier than a cop accused of going on a murderous shooting spree. At press time, charges were reportedly being dropped raising the specter of one scarier thing: an unknown murderer on a shooting spree.
Sure the Trib is a Republican newspaper, but “a nice man who cannot do this job”? Ouch.
Sure, the Sun-Times can be expected to do the opposite of the Tribune. But “lives in an ideological box that shuts out real people and real pain”? Ouch.
The Blackhawks answer to Anti’s absence got off to a sluggish start as the champs’ new netminder.