From the Green Bay Packers to the University of Texas, Gene Wojciechowski ranks the top 10 head-coaching jobs in football.
Our man bravely goes where few dare to tread: He reprises his preseason NFL predictions and tries to count how many ways he was wrong.
Butkus heads the list of the 10 toughest Bears. You got a problem with that?
Gene Wojciechowski has 46 predictions for the 2011 NFL season. Sure to go wrong, you say? He'll be back after the Super Bowl to check how he did.
With the knucklehead owners' lockout almost over, big questions must be answered, Gene Wojciechowski writes.
After answering 15 questions about the Super Bowl XLV matchup, Gene Wojciechowski decides the Packers are the choice.
Back in September, our crack prognosticator was all over the way the NFL season was going to unfold. Here's what became of his predictions.
Who'd have thunk it? Four days ago, Jay Cutler might have been the most reviled man in Chicago. Now, he's worthy of our sympathy. That's right: We're feeling his pain.
If the NFL were the BCS, we'd go directly to Atlanta-New England in the Super Bowl, Gene Wojciechowski writes. Thankfully, it's not. Let's handicap the final eight.
Still driven by the 2005 draft day snub, Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers can take it all out on the Eagles in the wild-card round, Gene Wojciechowski writes.
The Bears' impressive win over the Eagles is another reason to believe they are for real, Gene Wojciechowski writes.
Need good luck? Hang out with the Bears, the official NFL sponsor of rabbit's feet, four-leaf clovers and rainbows, Gene Wojciechowski writes.
With the Minnesota Vikings' playoff hopes fading, it's time to can coach Brad Childress, Gene Wojciechowski writes.
Why even bother watching the games? Our expert already knows how the 2010 NFL season will unfold. Here we go with XLV predictions leading up to the Super Bowl XLV champion. (No fair skipping to the end!)
Despite their bold moves, the Bears are only the third-best team in the NFC North.
Back in September, our crack prognosticator was all over the way the NFL season was going to unfold. And he was right. Mostly. Some of the time. Well, a little.