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Answering the Concerning Bears Questions With Olin Kreutz and Laurence Holmes

The Full Go returns on the heels of a 23-20 Bears victory over the Texans, as Jason recaps the win but begins to question where the offense is going with Justin Fields (01:32). Laurence Holmes from 670 The Score joins the show to break down Fields’s performance, why the Bears’ secondary can be something special if healthy, and discusses his experience in being a part of the comic book series Radiant Black (21:36). Next, former Bears center Olin Kreutz joins to critique the team’s offensive line and challenges someone from the offense to step up their game (54:18). Lastly, Jason gives his very candid thoughts about the terrible performance by the Broncos and the 49ers on Sunday Night Football (01:27:26).
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Bears' Matt Eberflus Explains Why He Didn't Call Timeouts at End of First Half

Eberflus explains why he didn't call TOs at end of half originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago. In tightly contested games, like the Bears’ 23-20 victory against the Texans in Week 3, every possession counts. So when the Bears received the ball at their own 10-yard line, down 14-13, with all three timeouts and just over one minute to play in the first half, it seemed like a great opportunity to see what Justin Fields could manufacture in an abbreviated two-minute drill.
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Eberflus explains why he didn't call TOs at end of half

In tightly contested games, like the Bears’ 23-20 victory against the Texans in Week 3, every possession counts. So when the Bears received the ball at their own 10-yard line, down 14-13, with all three timeouts and just over one minute to play in the first half, it seemed like a great opportunity to see what Justin Fields could manufacture in an abbreviated two-minute drill.
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Bears HC Opens Up About Young Secondary Following Week 3 Victory

The Chicago Bears snuck out of Soldier Field with a win on Sunday, beating the visiting Houston Texans 23-20. It was a game that saw the Bears rack up 281 rushing yards while winning the time-of-possession and turnover battles. And yet, they needed a late interception by Roquan Smith just to set them up for an opportunity to win.
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Chicago Cubs' Adrian Sampson Has a 1.55 ERA Over His Last Five Starts

Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Adrian Sampson continued to impress Sunday afternoon in the Cubs' 8-3 victory over the Pirates in Pittsburgh. Sampson allowed just one run on four hits and no walks over six innings. Sampson's lone run came off a Bryan Reynolds homer. Sampson has allowed a total of...
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Miami Marlins or Chicago White Sox: Which team is more appealing to manage | Flippin' Bats

Ben Verlander and Alex Curry talk about the managerial issues that the Miami Marlins and Chicago White Sox are facing. Don Mattingly is officially out of Miami after this season and the White Sox confirm that Tony La Russa will not return this season due to health reasons. The White Sox face a bigger issue as Tony La Russa still has a year left in his contract.
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