DiscoverThe Chicago Audible - Chicago Bears Podcast and Postgame Show[514] Chicago Bears – New Orleans Saints Postgame Show: Bears Claw Back Late in Fourth-Quarter, But Unable to Complete Comeback in Overtime
[514] Chicago Bears – New Orleans Saints Postgame Show: Bears Claw Back Late in Fourth-Quarter, But Unable to Complete Comeback in Overtime

[514] Chicago Bears – New Orleans Saints Postgame Show: Bears Claw Back Late in Fourth-Quarter, But Unable to Complete Comeback in Overtime

Update: 2020-11-02
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For the first time this season the Bears drop two-straight, this one coming in overtime. Listen as Will and Nick share their instant reaction to the game with analysis and insight throughout. In this episode, they discuss Allen Robinson’s impact coming back from a concussion, why David Montgomery was able to have a productive game, concerns for the offensive line with yet another injury to deal with, Anthony Miller’s clutch play and Jimmy Graham’s letdown, Roquan Smith’s performance against Alvin Kamara, why the defense was not the reason for this week’s loss and much more including each of the guys’ Monster Moments and MVB’s.


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[514] Chicago Bears – New Orleans Saints Postgame Show: Bears Claw Back Late in Fourth-Quarter, But Unable to Complete Comeback in Overtime

[514] Chicago Bears – New Orleans Saints Postgame Show: Bears Claw Back Late in Fourth-Quarter, But Unable to Complete Comeback in Overtime

Will DeWitt