Episode 9: Week 5 Preview vs. Panthers — Could The Bears Get Ndamukong Suh?

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In this week’s episode, Jordan and I review the Bears’ unfortunate loss to the Packers in Week 4, discuss a few notes from around the league — like, is the Lions’ Ndamukong Suh headed out of Detroit and to Chicago? — and talk about why the Bears look good heading into this weekend’s game at Carolina.

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• Why there’s no shame in losing to the Packers (but it still hurts)

• Where’s the Bears’ pass rush?

• Why the Bears’ offensive line is the team’s best unit right now

• QB Jay Cutler‘s two INTs: Were they his fault?

• Was the officiating in the Packers game epically bad? And did TE Martellus Bennett actually cross the goal line?

• NFL Network analyst Marshall Faulk called the Packers’ win “Fool’s Gold” … is that fair?

• What are the odds Jon Gruden leaves the ESPN broadcasting booth for the sideline?

• Any chance Lions DL Ndamukong Suh leaves Detroit next season? Any chance he comes to Chicago?

• Why is former Bears GM Jerry Angelo admitting trading TE Greg Olsen to Carolina was a mistake?

• Every Panthers running back is injured … so who is Darrin Reaves? Will we see more of QB Cam Newton on the ground this week?

• Matchup to watch: rookie WR Kelvin Benjamin vs. CB Kyle Fuller

• WR Brandon Marshall is clearly not 100 percent healthy, so why not let him rest?


Article: Ndamukong Suh’s frustration boils over on contract talk (USA Today)

Article: Jon Gruden: ‘I’m not even thinking about coaching’ (NFL.com)

Hub Arkush, Director of Football Content at ChicagoFootball.com (Twitter)

Dan Pompei, NFL reporter for the Chicago Tribune (Twitter)

Greg Olsen’s career stats (Pro Football Reference)

Cam Newton’s career stats (Pro Football Reference)

Jay Cutler Greg Olsen

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