In this show, Will Ingalls takes a deep dive into the five pivotal matchups to pay attention to in the Bears’ wildcard game against the Eagles including his “Game Breaker” and explains who has the “edge” in each. Additionally, he walks you through his three keys that will unlock a Chicago Bears’ victory.
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We believe that Chicago Bears fans deserve a premium podcast that keeps them up-to-date in the offseason and provides them with in-depth analysis throughout the season. That is why our team (Will DeWitt, Brandon Hazlett and Nicholas Moreano) breaks down the biggest news all year long as soon as it happens. Whether you’re amongst the thousands of Bears Fans scattered around the world looking for a way to connect with your favorite team, or you live in Chicago and are a season ticket holder, The Chicago Audible is the podcast to keep you in the know and make you a smarter Bears fan along the way.
Three Words: Bears. Playoffs. Preview. In this episode, the guys discuss everything you must know before the Bears’ wildcard matchup against the Eagles as they cover what the defense needs to do to limit Nick Foles, the matchups in the trenches that will make (or break) the game, the biggest challenge Mitch Trubisky will face […]
The playoffs are here and it’s time to “meet” the Eagles! In this episode, Will DeWitt sat down with Zack Rosenblatt, host of NJ.com’s “The No-Huddle Show,” who shared his insight on how Nick Foles elevates the play of his supporting cast, what to expect from their three-back system, the vulnerability of Philadelphia’s offensive line, […]
The guys break down the Bears’ impressive 24-10 victory over the Vikings. Listen as they discuss Kyle Long’s return and the dominant play by the offensive line, Chicago’s brilliance on third down (on both sides of the ball), how the Bears were able to overcome numerous injuries at wideout, why the Bears will be hard […]
In this week’s Audible Mailbag, Nick and Brandon answer a series of questions including if the Bears should rest any of their starters against the Vikings, their thoughts on Zach Miller being the perfect person that embodies this Bears team, would Roquan Smith be a Defensive Player of the Year candidate if he didn’t hold […]