Like everyone else in the state of Illinois, the people at WLS-TV in Chicago are fed up with the 5-9 Bears. They just have an incredibly inappropriate way of showing it.
Policing the Media
Jay Glazer of FOX Sports was the first person to report that Johnny Manziel will start against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 15. Not surprisingly, ESPN was hesitant to acknowledge that.
NFL reporter Peter King exercised some poor judgment with an “indictment” tweet he sent on Monday night.
The Baltimore Ravens are ticked at CBS for airing comments made by head coach John Harbaugh in the team’s locker room after their win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.
Jon Gruden was more critical of Colt McCoy during the Monday night football game between the Cowboys and Redskins than he is of nearly all quarterbacks, prompting many to wonder whether the announcer
Victor Cruz went down with what looked like a season-ending injury on Sunday night, and there were plenty of Philadelphia Eagles fans and fantasy football obsessors that celebrated his misfortune.
The Vancouver Sun issued an apology on Wednesday morning after publishing a photo on Tuesday night that referred to Canucks defenseman Jordan Subban as the “dark guy in the middle.
When ESPN’s Outside the Lines released its bombshell report that exposed the Baltimore Ravens for allegedly covering up the Ray Rice elevator video, one of the most interesting chunks of informa