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Jason dissects the putrid offensive performances from both sides following the Bears’ 12-10 win over the Vikings on ‘Monday Night Football’

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The Full Go returns on the heels of the Bears’ 12-10 win over the Vikings on Monday Night Football. Jason dissects the putrid offensive performances from both sides, the subpar blocking, and why Bears fans watch a worse offense than other NFL fan bases (1:15). Then, Jason addresses what the Panthers’ firing of Frank Reich means for Luke Getsy and Matt Eberflus, and if they’re the right coaches for whoever the next Bears quarterback is. Jason also addresses the state of the Bears offensive line (26:08). To wrap, he gives kudos to the defense, talks about the impact of Montez Sweat, why Jaylon Johnson’s dropped pick-sixes are becoming costly for the Bears, and plays your voicemails (39:00)!

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Host: Jason Goff
Producers: Steve Ceruti, Tony Gill, Chris Sutton, and Kyle Williams

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