Jump to content


  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

63 Good

About Chisoxfn

  • Rank
    I need the proper tools!
  • Birthday 04/22/1983

Contact Methods

  • AIM
  • Website URL

Profile Information

  • Location
    Irvine, CA

Previous Fields

  • Favorite Sox Minor League Affiliate
    Charlotte Knights (AAA)
  • What do you like about Soxtalk?
    Great Posters, Great Atmosphere, Great Site
  • Soxtalk Awards
    2003: Poster of the Year Administrator of the Year Most like to Meet for a Drink 2004: Soxtalk Hall Of Fame 2006: The "KW" Award
  • Favorite Sox player
    Paul Konerko, Mark Buehrle, Joe Crede, Jon Garland
  • Favorite Sox minor leaguer
    Shelby, Danks2, Beckham
  • Favorite Sox moment
  • Favorite Former Sox Player
    Robin Ventura; Black Jack McDowell

Recent Profile Visitors

1,090 profile views
  1. Chisoxfn

    Official 2018-19 NFL Thread

    So any more news on Miller. I've heard various things including the fact that he dislocated it twice and at some point will need surgery...if he has surgery, done for the year? None of those are from legitimate sources.
  2. Chisoxfn

    Official 2018-19 NFL Thread

    The TOP has been a huge component on the season and allows the Bears defense to play as aggressive as it is. And I have to give the Bears offense credit for that. They have chewed up the clock and while they have left points on the field and not been as efficient as I'd like, it isn't as if they haven't gotten first downs. They have...but they've left some big chunk yardage out there and not been as good as we'd all like. I think the fact that they are getting TOP despite those issues is a good sign towards the future...but we'll see.
  3. Chisoxfn

    2018 Watercooler thread

    Sure did. I was totally thrown off from the last 2 episodes. What did you think and what do you think happens next?
  4. Chisoxfn

    The Hawk Harrelson tribute thread

    JOE CREDE!!!! Yes!!! Hawk a true legend and easily one of the first things I think of when I think about my life to date as a Sox fan. He was there with you for all the great moments and unfortunately all the crappy losses too. Especially the last decade or so. Man its been a rough go...I really hope the franchise can get things turned around.
  5. Chisoxfn

    Official 2018-19 NFL Thread

    The Bears were about a 7 win team, unless the offense took major step forwards. I still think they are about that, unless the offense and Trubisky become good this year. Their schedule has a window later on that is just brutal. Nice to be in 1st place 3 weeks into the season. When was the last time the Bears were even in 1st?
  6. Chisoxfn

    Official 2018-19 NFL Thread

    He has played really really well this season. Too bad Mack was offside on that pick 6 though. Was great to see the secondary get going after those couple big plays they allowed early in the game.
  7. Chisoxfn

    Official 2018-19 NFL Thread

    Yeah - I didn't get that. Not sure what they were doing there. I suppose I understood if they wanted to try and trick the Cardinals into a false start, but they didn't even attempt that. Did they lose track of the downs?
  8. Chisoxfn

    Official 2018-19 NFL Thread

    Agreed. And like I said, I'll start evaluating the offense after they've played half of a season. Any update on Miller? Was Robinson actually hurt or was that just a typo from someone on here? Glad the defense woke up. Cohen played very well today. Howard looks Ike he isn't quite used to the blocking scheme yet...hopefully he's about to break out. Won't comment on Mitch other than to say his accuracy and decision making has to improve. He left some plays out on the field again. I do think this game against such an aggressive defense will be good for him...he had to see a lot of blitz fronts and the film sessions should be beneficial.
  9. Chisoxfn

    Official 2018-19 NFL Thread

    Disaster. Defense looks like it bought into the hype and quit playing. That fumble was bad. This game is going to be a test for Mitch. Arizona is going to blitz him all day...he better show that he can make some good quick decisions and make the cardinals pay. Come on Bears get this thing turned around and kick ass from here on out!
  10. Chisoxfn

    Official 2018-19 NFL Thread

    They look like they will. What an awful first drive on defense. I’m okay giving up points but no one was covering on either of those big plays. Let’s hope it is Arizona’s only td of the game!
  11. Chisoxfn

    Sunday Baseball on MLBN as The Hawk says good bye

    Is Sunday really Hawks last telecast? He’s not doing any of the games the following week? Sad his last year had to be associated with such a bad team. More so that his last four or five years had to be dealing with such terrible teams.
  12. Chisoxfn

    Official 2018-19 NFL Thread

    Not true. I’m 1/4 inch under six foot and have stood next to Cade Mcnown. He was taller than me.
  13. Chisoxfn

    Official 2018-19 NFL Thread

    McNown sucked in the pros but he was going to get drafted in the 1st round. He was absolutely sensational in college and there were a lot of reasons to be excited. He didn't cut it because he didn't want to put in the work and had attitude problems that emerged (plus a drug issue and Primadonnism). Of course Champ Bailey sure would have looked nice.
  14. Chisoxfn

    2018-2019 Official NBA thread

    How can the Bulls manage the cap to get Butler?
  15. Chisoxfn

    Official 2018-19 NFL Thread

    Its funny...when it comes to Trubisky, I was largely pretty happy with his decision making. Really two things bugged me, one was that horrendous decision he made throwing a near pick at the end of the 1st half (literally that was just awful...I have no idea what he was looking at when he made that throw and he wasn't under "that much duress" at the time). Definitely one you'd want back. Probably his second worse decision, imo, came on the 1st drive of the game where he made a throw to Howard that turned into a good play but was just as likely to be a pick 6. His miss to Gabriel was bad and driven by poor footwork at the time, but the right read and a decisive read (that is a 30 yard play and if Gabriel makes someone miss, could have been a TD). Similarly, the pick he threw down the field to Robinson....right read, right decision, just awful throw. I'm really not worried about either of those though...he's so freaking accurate when you get him on the run and not thinking, that his footwork will calm down as he gets more comfortable (its just natural) and I believe in his accuracy. The interesting piece to me will be when Nagy and company watch the tape and we see what progressions he didn't make and what was left out there. I also want to see how we can start to stretch the field a bit more, because I think we are playing too much of a horizontal game and not enough vertical game.