Unnecessary Roughness Podcast Ep. 15: Lions-Bears Week 4 preview and predictions

Unnecessary Roughness Podcast Ep. 15: Lions-Bears Week 4 preview and predictions
A podcast all about the Chicago Bears with Jake Perper and Eli Hershkovich. Episode 15. (Sept. 29, 2016).

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On the 15th episode, Jake Perper (@BearsBacker) and Eli Hershkovich (@EliHershkovich) dive into the Bears’ biggest concerns on each side of the ball, along with preview their matchup vs. the Lions with Jeremy Reisman (@DetroitOnLion) of PrideofDetroit.com.

Breakdown:
– Inability for Floyd, front-seven to pressure the quarterback (1:35-7:50)
– How the Bears matchup against the Lions’ weapons (7:50-13:22)
– Woes on offense, Loggains’ continuous struggle (13:22-17:26)
– Alshon Jeffery’s future in Chicago (17:26-21:00)
– Jordan Howard’s opportunity, offensive line’s struggle (21:00-24:45)
– Confidence in Fox/Pace regime, game predictions (24:45-32:07)
– Jeremy Reisman previews Bears-Lions (32:07-38:39)

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Past shows:

Unnecessary Roughness Episode 14
Unnecessary Roughness Episode 13
Unnecessary Roughness Episode 12
Unnecessary Roughness Episode 11
Unnecessary Roughness Episode 10
Unnecessary Roughness Episode 9
Unnecessary Roughness Episode 8
Unnecessary Roughness Episode 7
Unnecessary Roughness Episode 6
Unnecessary Roughness Episode 5
Unnecessary Roughness Episode 4
Unnecessary Roughness Episode 3
Unnecessary Roughness Episode 2
Unnecessary Roughness Episode 1

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