Unnecessary Roughness Podcast Ep. 17: Break down of Bears loss, moving forward

Unnecessary Roughness Podcast Ep. 17: Break down of Bears loss, moving forward
A podcast all about the Chicago Bears with Jake Perper and Eli Hershkovich. Episode 17. (October 10, 2016).

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On the 17th episode, Jake Perper (@BearsBacker) and Eli Hershkovich (@EliHershkovich) dissect Bears-Colts, along with the continuous question of who should start under center.

Breakdown:
– Hoyer’s numbers, Jeffery’s production (1:42-9:05)
– Offensive line penalties, poor decision-making (9:05-13:25)
– Culter’s timetable for return (13:25-18:30)
– Potential locker room concerns (18:30-20:17)
– Cameron Meredith’s upside (20:17-22:56)
– Jordan Howard’s continues to impress (22:56-26:14)
– Concerns in the secondary, OLB, Trevathan back (26:14-33:33)
– Connor Barth’s future in Chicago, looking ahead elsewhere (33:33-43:04)

Link: Episode 17

Past shows:

Unnecessary Roughness Episode 16
Unnecessary Roughness Episode 15
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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