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There’s no sugarcoating it, the Minnesota Vikings will present the Chicago Bears with some challenges on Sunday, but how can the Bears beat Kirk Cousins’ squad? It’s time to dive into this week’s keys to success on both sides of the ball. Can the Bears get their rushing attack back on track? What are the favorable matchups to watch and which ones should you be concerned about? Plus, find out Who Has the Edge, the Week 5 X-Factors, Bold Predictions and Game Picks. Join Will DeWitt and Nicholas Moreano for their weekly in-depth game preview on this episode of the CHGO Bears Podcast. Watch the YouTube Replay Subscribe to the Show

Cody Whitehair is going to miss significant time with a knee injury. How do the Chicago Bears adjust? Adam Hoge has his grades from Week 4 vs the Giants and Eddie Jackson is once again in the top category. Nicholas Moreano and Mark Carman join as Matt Eberflus’ team looks to turn the page towards Minnesota on the CHGO Bears Podcast. Watch the YouTube Replay Subscribe to the Show

The Chicago Bears fell to 2-2 after an embarrassing loss to the New York Giants Sunday afternoon. Plenty of issues arose, but which one is the chief concern? Is Justin Fields not a franchise quarterback or does he not have the right pieces and coaching staff around him? Join Greg Braggs, Herb Lawrence, Sean Anderson and Cody Delmendo as they debate that and more on CHGO Bears After Dark. Watch the replay on YouTube! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bt9tBNu8I00 Subscribe to the show!

The Chicago Bears game tape was watched and mistakes were made. Who’s to blame for the loss to the Giants and how can all of the issues get fixed? Adam Hoge, Mark Carman and Corey Wootton react with all the emotions as the Bears settle in at 2-2 with the Minnesota Vikings up next on today’s CHGO Bears Podcast. Watch the replay on YouTube! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JB6SSYMEiz8&t=1s Subscribe to the show!

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The Bears literally didn’t see what hit them in their 20-12 loss to the Giants at MetLife Stadium. From the Chicago eight-yard line, quarterback Daniel Jones lined up under center and running back Saquon Barkley lined up directly behind him. Jones took the snap and turned to hand the ball off to Barkley. The defense flowed with the running back, ready to force a potential third down late in the second quarter. What defensive coordinator Alan Williams’ unit didn’t know was that Barkley never had the ball. Jones carried out his handoff and turned left. In front of Jones was nothing but open grass. The Giants’ quarterback made it into the end zone easily for his…

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