By Sean Tyler @seantyleruk 2020 will see a wealth of the NFL’s top players hit their contract year on one level or another. There’s obviously Dak Prescott at Dallas, looking to get paid for four years rather than five, but Read More
By Lee Wakefield (@wakefield90) Today’s “Season in Review” focuses on the Chicago Bears. The team a double doink away from a deep playoff run last year, expectations where high in the windy city. Could Trubisky take another step forward or Read More
By Tim Monk (Tim_MonkF10Y) Week 7 is in the books. 2 teams going into the weekend undefeated remained so and a future hall of fame QB had himself a career day. Lot’s of stories, lots of stats, so let’s get Read More
Week 2 is already here folks. Time flies when you are having fun! Hope everyone enjoyed their stay at overreaction town, now it’s time to depart for context city, where hopefully you’ll be able to see some indicators as to Read More
After our divisional season review podcasts, we are now looking to the future and asking where each franchise goes from here. We put ourselves in the chair of being GM or the owner and going over what moves we would Read More
Time to go North once more for the NFC side.
Bears leapfrogged the Vikings and the Packers to take the throne, but can they stay there?
And what do the Vikings and Packers fans have to say about that?
And then there are the Lions who haven’t had much to roar about recently.
Many thanks to Martin, Paul, Charlie and Rob for their help putting this podcast together.
Tomorrow sees the last in the series with the NFC West.
We “Bear Down” with Luke Campbell in this episode.
I am wearing a special shirt, just for this episode and get Luke to guess which former Bears player is on the back of my non Bears jersey.
We talk about the intriguing prospect of the Bears offence in 2018 under Matt Nagy and we play a game of JoHo vs others close to him in terms of rushing yards last year. Can Luke be the first to get the full house?
I also explain how i got trolled by our version of football…