We welcome on FanRag Sports Paige Dimakos and ask her about Chicago Sports' most punchable-face. Peck and Zo breakdown the Bears' Sunday game against the Lions, and Peck sits down with Bulls beat writer for the Chicago Tribune, K.C. Johnson.
Zo, Peck, and Sean kick off Packers week right and preview everyone's favorite Bears game of the year. Sean breaks down the latest Cubs rumors and free agent targets of this young offseason thus far. Zo explains why Patrick Sharps needs to be booted from Chicago, while Peck talks more Bulls drama as the team seems to all be siding with Bobby Portis and Niko Mirotic who still has a broken face. And finally, we wrap the show talking some Stranger Things and buzzer beaters.
Peck and Sean talk with 670 the Score's Bears beat writer Chris Emma who gives us the latest on the Zach Miller injury, the Bears performance in their tough loss against the Saints and why people can't stop comparing Mitchell Trubisky and the Texans QB DeShaun Watson.
Peck and Sean sit down with Len Kasper as he give us his thoughts on the Cubs match with the Nationals in the NLDS. We also bring on Sport Mockery's owner Chris Burhans to share his thoughts on the Bears starting Mitch Trubisky. And finally, we let Peck blast the Bulls as they apparently try to sign Gar Forman for a contract extension.
Zo and Peck talk Blackhawks with the Athletics Scott Powers and get his take on promising stud Alex DeBrincat and the rest of the young Hawks. We also preview the Bears Sunday matchup with the Steelers and Peck vents about the Bulls randomly adding Doug Collins to their front office staff.
We have guest Danny Parkins from 670 The Score come on to debate Mike Glennon's performance last week, dive this week's Bears matchup against the Buccaneers, Danny shares his love for poker, and we wrap up with some Cubs postseason talk.
We bring on Robert Zeglinski of the Rock River Times and Windy City Gridiron to preview the Bears, discuss the surprising play of Bulls rookie Lauri Markkanen for team Finland. Later, we talk about Willy Contreras striking out HARD with former porn star Mia Khalifa, and we make the case for the White Sox fielding a competitive team in 2018.
We welcome on Bears insider Aaron Leming to get his thoughts on the preseason and his thought on the final 53 man roster. We then also bring back 670 the score producer and die-hard White Sox fan Kevin Dziepak talking Chicago baseball and we list off our top 5 NFL and College football jerseys.
The Bears talk about the Glennon vs Trubisky talks at QB, debate on whether or not the Bulls could've got a Kyrie-type of return for Jimmy Butler, and we run through a quick baseball update on both the Cubs and White Sox
Ep. 85 - The guys are back and live from the SM studios in downtown Chicago talking White Sox and their rebound assets like Jose Quintana and Todd Frazier. The Cubs called Kyle Schwarber back up but still got creamed, do the Cubs have a serious interest in Blue Jay's starter Marcus Stroman? And finally, we bring back the debate segement where Peck and Zo go head-to-head. And we finish up with some Peanut Gallery comments from you and fans!
Ep. 84 - Jonathan Eig stops by the studio to talk about his new book, ALI: A LIFE and the podcast that goes with it, Chasing Ali. We also dive into the trades with the Bulls and Blackhawks as both Peck and Zo breakdown each team's offseason moves thus far. And finally, we wrap up the show with some Cubs talk with Sean sharing his thoughts on the Miguel Montero situation and close out the show with some buzzer beaters.
Zo brings back Hockey Buzz's John Jaeckel and SM Blackhawks writer Brian Foran on the show to breakdown the Brandon Saad trade, go over the team's draft, and potential moves that could still be made this offseason.
Ep. 82 - The guys record live from the studio as Sean shares the asking price for A's Sonny Gray (10:00), Zo talks Blackhawks and tries to keep it together as he says goodbye to Marian Hossa (18:00), Peck gives us the last minute rumors and thoughts on the Bulls and Jimmy Butler before the NBA Draft (38:25), and we finish off the show with our buzzer beaters.