Unnecessary Roughness Podcast Ep. 21: Fangio/Fox report, Bears-Lions preview and more

Unnecessary Roughness Podcast Ep. 21: Fangio/Fox report, Bears-Lions preview and more
A podcast all about the Chicago Bears with Jake Perper and Eli Hershkovich. Episode 21. (December 7, 2016).

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On the 21st episode, Jake Perper (@BearsBacker) and Eli Hershkovich (@EliHershkovich) discuss the latest rumors surrounding the Bears’ coaching staff, positives from Sunday’s win over the 49ers and preview the matchup against the Lions.

Episode Summary:

– John Fox sticks around, Vic Fangio out after the season? (1:17-9:03)
– Jordan Howard’s under the radar numbers (9:03-12:10)
– Other impressive players vs. San Francisco (12:10-17:09)
– Matt Barkley’s future in Chicago (17:09-23:17)
– Dowell Loggains’ job security (23:17-25:58)
– Bears vs. Lions preview, who to watch for (25:58-34:40)

Link: Episode 21

Past shows:

Unnecessary Roughness Episode 20
Unnecessary Roughness Episode 19
Unnecessary Roughness Episode 18
Unnecessary Roughness Episode 17
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

Enjoy!

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