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The Bears take on the health care debate.
Styrofoam peanut turf and The Cedric Benson Hoax.
Eric and Al's excellent adventure.
Have you seen my crack pipe?
Czars, bailouts and Milton Bradley.
Meet new NFL czars Kanye West, Serena Williams, Richard Daley, Barack Obama, Kim Jong-il, Drew Peterson, Joe Wilson and Jimmy Carter.
How the 2009 Bears are like the 2016 Olympics.
Where I went wrong this year - and why. Plus, our playoff predictions.
A special guide to how the Bears and other teams on the bubble can make the playoffs.
How the NFL will game the playoffs and other things you heard here first.
The NFL's missed product placement opportunities.
If the NFL were run like our national elections.
If NFL games were like weddings.
What NFL fans in various cities should as for Halloween.
A guide to making the happy sports radio call.
If our politicians ran the NFL.
Asking Tony Kornheiser.
Some teams are already doomed. We tell you who.
The only way the Bears win more than eight games this season is if the NFL schedules four extra games against the Falcons.
If Belichick had stayed on the field, he probably would have found a way to win. A Super Bowl post-mortem.
Super Bowl advice for guys: Don't use the bathroom until you've seen the latest Go Daddy commercial.
Bill Belichick is God, and He'd rather play the Giants.
Billy Volek, meet your destiny.
How the Patriots are like Obama and the Packers are like Hillary.
Presenting the Second Annual Toolie Awards. Plus, playoff picks.
If the NFL were more like Christmas, minute-by-minute coverage of Week 17 would start in late November.
Any mention of Jessica Simpson in relation to Tony Romo is grounds for expulsion from the party.
Your cable company probably doesn't carry the NFL Network. So please go to your local bar and spend $6 on a pint of Miller Lite. Don't complain about it, because we are the NFL.
The Bears hire Larry Craig for his "wide stance" to improve the Bears offensive line. And other pairings to look for.
In reality football, the huddle is replaced with the "house meeting."
(It's mostly the media.) Plus: There Is No Longer Any Doubt That Ted Phillips Is The Theo Epstein Of The Chicago Bears; The Truth About Nagy's Press Conference; Cubs Stove Still Cold; Rick Hahn Off The Chain; Blackhawks Season Increasingly Looks Lost; Loving Lauri; Saban's Tide; Illinois Still Sucks; and Schweinsteiger!Continue reading "The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #183: What's Nagging About Nagy" »
Posted on Jan 12, 2018