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It was ugly, but the Chicago Bears got it done after the defense forces 4 Josh Dobbs interceptions to defeat the Minnesota Vikings 12 to 10 as Justin Fields leads Chicago down the field for the game winning field goal with just 10 seconds remaining. ... more
Mason and Danny are back! It’s a special post-Thanksgiving Saturday Edition! They talk shop on Justin Fields his performance and what he needs to potentially do to keep his job at QB1 along with delving into some Bears-Vikings preview. more
Taylor Doll chats with Lake Wales defensive coordinator Coach Don Grant and former Gator and Chicago Bear Quarterback, now Gator analyst Shane Matthews on Dexter's short but successful journey to the NFL. more
The hosts are great and I always learn new info on each episode. A fun listen, especially to Taylor, on the drive to work or just at home. more
Please avoid having some of the meathead callers on these Twitter spaces. Had to turn off the latest episode because the first fan who spoke went on about the narrative on Claypool saying “he cares more about modeling than football” because he’s not constantly on IG posting workout clips🤦♂️ Quick way for me to lose all respect for the podcast is giving these meatball fans a platform to spew nonsense
These group of podcasts are all you need to stay up to date and extremely well-informed on all things Bears. All the takes are reasonable and well thought out. I’m a smarter bears fan because of these.
The girl host sounds like a 14 year old who just started watching football last year.
Good podcast overall, but I wish Making Monsters was a separate title so I could avoid it.
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