Our “Monday Morning QB” Jim Miller joins the show to help breakdown what exactly went wrong during the Bears loss to the Dolphins. Jim takes a closer look at the erratic play of one Jay Cutler and much more.
Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould calls in as he does on every “Bears Monday”. Robbie gives the details on how the Bears are regrouping after their most recent loss to the Miami Dolphins and how they are preparing for their match-up against the New England Patriots.
Caleb Pressley on The Spiegel and Mannelly Show - 10/17/14
North Carolina’s student manager and unofficial Supervisor of Morale Caleb Pressley is on Spiegel and Mannelly to explain what he does for the Tar Heels, what the importance of morale is to an underdog team like UNC, and he talks about his favorite North Carolina football greats.
Tom Thayer on The Spiegel and Mannelly Show - 10/17/14
Bears color analyst Tom Thayer is on Spiegel and Mannelly talking about what the impact of some young competition could do for the Bears veteran linebackers, what he wants to see out of Jared Allen and the Bears this weekend, and Tom says he hopes to see Jameis Winston playing this weekend against his Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
Willie Young joins Spiegel and Mannelly, where he and Pat re-hash their special teams rivalry from Young’s Lions years. The now-Bears defensive end also talks about his journey to becoming an NFL starter, explains what he thought when the team added Jared Allen to the roster, and yes, talks about his fishing plans for the bye week.
In the fourth and final hour of 670 The Score’s Chicago Marathon coverage, our team of reporters recap the race and go more in-depth with the results and where the top American finishers ended up. More updates are given as to the course conditions as more and more finishers complete the marathon. The guys sign off with a full recap of the morning.
In the third hour of The Score’s Chicago Marathon coverage, the frontrunners develop a pack while co-favorite Kenenisa Bekele falls behind. Eliud Kipchoge wins the men’s race and Rita Jeptoo wins the women’s side.
In hour two of The Score’s Chicago Marathon coverage, we watch the early leaders in the race and watch the quick pace of the frontrunners, putting out an early watch for a potential new course record. Our reporters continue to give updates along the route.
In the first hour of 670 The Score’s coverage of the 2014 Chicago Marathon, we go around the route with insider tips on what to look for. The race begins and our Score reporters are on the road for updates along the way.
Hub Arkush is on Spiegel and Mannelly to talk about the differences between Tony Romo and Jay Cutler, how much Bears fans can expect to see DJ Williams on Sunday, and what he thinks of some other big games in the NFL this weekend.
Boomer Esiason is on Spiegel and Mannelly to talk about the NFL and the Bears. Some topics he hits on are Rex Ryan’s job security, the importance of not turning the ball over, and whether or not he sees Matt Forte as a potential Hall of Fame player.