Former Chicago Bears Player Doug Plank on season frustrations: “I can’t tell you how many Bear fans call me…”

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Van DeCree (88), Ohio State defensive end, grabs fullback Sam Cunningham of Southern California during a dive through the Buckeye line for a first down in the Rose Bowl game, Monday, Jan. 2, 1973 in Pasadena. Tight end Charles Young (89) of USC is blocking end Mike Scannell out of the play. Other Ohio State players are Doug Plank (28), Arnie Jones (42) and Randy Gradishar (53), No. 22 for USC is flanker Lynn Swann. (AP Photo)

Former Chicago Bears Player Doug Plank tells Pete McMurray what he deems to be the pitfalls of the current Chicago Bears season. He also shares his optimistic predictions of the team’s success for the coming games.

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