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  • Hoge’s 10 Bears Things: Everything You Need To Know From Pace, Nagy’s Season-Ending Press Conference

    Matt Nagy's dark side wasn’t seen very much during a 12-4 regular season, but Chicago Bears fans — and players, for that matter — got a glimpse of the no-nonsense version of Matt Nagy during Monday's season-ending press conference at Halas Hall.

  • Hoge: In The Toughest Of Defeats, Nagy Shines Bright Light On Bears’ Future

    The head coach — the man who preaches “Be You” — was himself all the way to the end, even as a promising and successful Chicago Bears season came to a crashing halt on the foot of its biggest weakness

  • Hoge and Jahns, Episode 212: Bears-Eagles Wild Card Postgame Show

    Doink! The season is over. And what a brutal way for it to end. Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns are here to wrap up a crazy Wild Card game and try to make sense of what happened. They bring you the postgame sound from Cody Parkey, Matt Nagy and Mitch Trubisky and talk about Parkey's future in Chicago. Oh, and a wild animal runs onto the field into the middle of the podcast.

  • Hoge’s 10 Bears Things: The Myth Of Matt Nagy’s ‘Failure’ In Last Year’s Playoffs

    One of the biggest myths in the NFL over the last calendar year is that Nagy cost the Kansas City Chiefs a win in last year’s Wild Card round. After leading the Tennessee Titans 21-3 at halftime, the Chiefs' offense didn’t score a single point the rest of the game and the Titans came back to win 22-21 on the road at Arrowhead Stadium. 

  • Hoge and Jahns, Episode 209: The Playoffs Are Here

    The playoffs have finally arrived, which means the first ever playoff edition of Hoge & Jahns is here. Hoge is back from the Holiday Bowl with tales from San Diego, including all the Bears fans that invaded Pacific Beach Sunday. The guys discuss the Bears' injury situation going into the playoffs and the one major weakness: kicker. Plus, they detail the Vic Fangio situation and discuss whether or not he would leave Chicago if offered a head coaching job.

  • Hoge and Jahns, Episode 207: Week 17 Bears-Vikings, NFL Preview

    The Bears' regular season is once again coming to a close in Minneapolis, but this time the conversation isn't about who is going to get fired. The football very much matters, especially for the Vikings, who need to win to get into the playoffs. Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns preview the matchup and make their predictions, while also weighing the various playoff scenarios surrounding the game. The guys also make their picks around the NFL and in the College Football Playoff.

  • Hoge and Jahns, Episode 206: Bears-49ers Postgame Show

    It wasn't pretty, but the Bears got a win in San Francisco. Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns recap the Bears' 11th win on the season in a special episode that partially takes place in an Uber. Chicago Sun-Times scribes Patrick Finley and Mark Potash also make cameo appearances. The guys all talk about what they think the game means in the big picture, while also taking a quick look ahead at next week's playoff implications in Minnesota. You can also hear Matt Nagy's and Mitch Trubisky's post game press conferences.

  • Hoge’s 10 Bears Things: 2017 NFL Draft Results Are Very Different For Bears, 49ers

    It’s been almost 20 months since that draft night trade went down between Pace and 49ers general manager John Lynch. And with the Bears traveling to San Francisco this weekend to play the 49ers, it seems like a good time to revisit the trade in this week’s 10 Bears Things.

  • Hoge and Jahns, Episode 204: Five Bears Named To Pro Bowl

    The NFL Pro Bowl teams are out and Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns are here to break it down. Five Bears made the NFC Pro Bowl team and seven others were named alternates. Who deserved it and who got snubbed? The guys also discuss how the NFC wild card picture has changed and why there are a couple of teams the Bears should be worried about. It's a Pro Bowl edition of the Hoge and Jahns Podcast.

  • Hoge: Sorry Packers, This Bears Team Is Different

    This time was different. This time, the Packers did not come back. This time, the Bears won. This time, the Bears are NFC North champions.