The Under Center: Chicago Bears Podcast breaks down everything surrounding the Chicago Bears and the NFL, with informative and entertaining discussions from Kenneth Davis, Josh Schrock, and Alex Shapiro. New episodes release every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday throughout the season. BEAR DOWN!
Analyzing Justin Fields trade timeline and potential landing spots
What is the window to trade Justin Fields? Kenneth Davis and Josh Schrock break it all down on this episode of the Under Center Podcast.
Rome Odunze, Brock Bowers highlight Bears' draft options at No. 9 with Connor Rogers
On this episode of the Under Center Podcast, NBC NFL Draft analyst Connor Rogers joins Insider Josh Schrock from Radio Row in Las Vegas to discuss the Bears' options with the No. 9 pick in the draft. Rogers breaks down the top receivers in the class and explains why Washington's Rome Odunze would be the perfect compliment to DJ Moore. Then, Rogers dissects this year's edge rushers and looks at who might fit opposite Montez Sweat. Next, Rogers analyzes Georgia tight end Brock Bowers and why he could be a target for the Bears in a trade-down scenario. Finally, Kenneth Davis and Alex Shapiro join to look at how the Bears should use the No. 9 pick and how their free-agency plans could alter their draft path.
Will Patrick Mahomes' Super Bowl performance force Bears to draft Caleb Williams?
The crew recaps the Super Bowl and looks at its potential impact on the Bears' upcoming quarterback decision.
Brock Purdy’s success and 2024 Super Bowl preview
On this episode of the Under Center Podcast, NBC Sports Bay Area 49ers Insider Matt Maiocco joins Kenneth Davis, Josh Schrock, and Alex Shapiro to preview the Super Bowl. They discuss how their comebacks against the Packers and Lions can help them against the Chiefs. Later, they break down Brock Purdy’s successful season and if he is the 49ers long-term answer at quarterback. Finally, Maiocco breaks down what’s different about this 49ers-Chiefs matchup compared to the last time they met in 2020.
Will Kliff Kingsbury convince Washington Commanders to trade for Caleb Williams?
With Caleb Williams' former offensive analyst Kliff Kingsbury being hired by the Washington Commanders, will he convince them to trade for Caleb Williams?
Defending Justin Fields, finding Bears’ path to contention with Leila Rahimi
Leila Rahimi joins Kenneth, Josh and Alex to discuss the latest news surrounding the Chicago Bears
Potential but SLOW down and THINK
Edit 2: these guys just don’t know football...and they don’t know business or organizational development. From 2 stars to 1. TRIPLING down on my Adam comment. “Fans are not caricatures”. The way you analyze Nagy, Phillips, Pace, etc. is 100% in caricature form. Clearly they have not had success, but neither has this podcast. Seem like low self-esteem commentators who pry off of emotion rather than professionalism. Stop and ask - legitimately - what their strategy is. Are they at the position they are because they’re incompetent? Then what would you think of yourselves? Chill out, guys and think like a professional. Edit 1: Rarely learn anything new unless he is on. “Detroit is bad”, “Texans are bad”. “Bears have a bad team”. No insight or football knowledge at all. What CAN you take from the game? The NFL changes every week. Stop. Think. And add something rather than recycling last week’s podcast Original: JJ takes an objective approach and adds value to the podcast by thinking through the reality of the bear’s situation rather than simply overreacting to the emotions of the game or moment. The same cannot be said for the rest of the cast, except for when Adam joins the pod. There are glimpses of insight from Cam and others but they would benefit from s-l-o-w-i-n-g down, thinking through both sides of an opinion and delivering some actual insight. Will continue to listen, but 3 stars until the group can advance from the emotional reaction of the “drunk guy at the bar” and instead move towards professional/insightful journalism that has actually been thought through before being spewed into the mic. Cheers.
Solid podcast, needs work
Kenneth talks to much and he doesn’t understand when Josh or Alex express an opinion, he takes it as “No that’s not what I’m saying”, it can detract a lot.
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