11/11 4 PM: Doug Kezerian
Doug Kezerian with the best plays of the weekend, "Like It, Love It, Steer Clear of It" and "What To Watch For"
11/4 3 PM: Courtney Cronin and Waddle's World
Courtney Cronin with the latest from Halas Hall. Plus, another edition of Waddle's World.
10/14 3 PM: Waddle's World
A lot of blame to share for the Bears.
10/14 2 PM: Bears take an L
Another dismal display on Thursday Night Football, this time starring the Bears.
10/10 4 PM: Fields With Another Steelers Game?
Was yesterday the equivalent of the Steelers game last year for Justin Fields? Plus, the Good, the Bad and the Dirty.
9/30 5 PM: Bears vs Giants Preview
Carmen tells baseball stories about Ozzie Guillen. We preview Bears vs Giants...what does Justin Fields need to do this weekend to get back on track? And Crosstalk with Fred Huebner!
Waddle is a legend
Chris Bleck is the worst thing to happen to this show. interruptive, smug, and argues with strawmen.
I’ve respected Waddle since he entered the world of sports media, and I honestly feel that his simple yet skillful football breakdown is underrated and some of the best in the industry. I’ve been a fan of Silvy since I first moved to Chicagoland and had little knowledge of the local sports. His passion and skills have sharpened to be one of the strongest voices on radio. However, when Tom said “THUMB-GOOD” in a mocking response to Silvy’s reaction to yesterday’s conversation about toes vs thumbs, I literally spit my coffee all over my steering wheel. It’s gems like this that keep me listening. Congratulations to your success so far, and please keep making me laugh.
The show is back to normal and has benefited from blec and adam moving on. Jeff Meller has become a tough listen. He shouts *BUT*, uses too many vocal inflections, qualifiers, and has poor enunciation. Please relax Jeff