2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
5-6, 2nd in NFC North
Can the Lions win their first game post Patricia? (0:52)

Hour 2; Can the Lakers Repeat?

Ravens and Steelers are the best rivalry in the NFL. Kendrick Perkins drops by to talk NBA with Max and answers who wins the title and who gets the MVP. Max explains why the Bears are so bad, it's simple. Is Carson Wentz a starting NFL QB.


Hour 2: Sensitive Hot Seats

Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin hour 2 wondering who is the most sensitive, QBs or WRs? Jeff Saturday joins the show to make a statement on that, and what are we seeing in the NFL with the Eagles and the Bears. Marc Silverman joins the show to discuss what is going on in Chicago.


Greeny Hour 1: Chiefs/Bucs, Broncos COVID Issues, Bears Bad

The Chiefs & Bucs are going in opposite directions right now and Greeny has some harsh words for Bruce Arians. Greeny shares his "hot takes" from Week 12 and then we open the phones to hear from you. The Broncos didn't have a QB yesterday... but they have no one to blame but themselves. Plus, Bears H.C. Matt Nagy decided to get fired up today at a press conference... it's a little too late.


KJZ Hour 4: Steelers' anger is justified

What will the Ravens roster look like if they end up playing vs. the Steelers on Sunday? Former Ravens TE/Ravens Radio Analyst Dennis Pitta joins to talk about that and why RG3 is a suitable replacement for Lamar Jackson. Tom Waddle joins to talk about the Bears' QB situation and why he thinks it's time to go back to Mitch Trubisky. Plus...Jordan & Shae play "Shae Will or Shae Won't."

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Bears' Montgomery cleared, expected to play

David Montgomery, the Bears' leading rusher, has cleared the NFL's concussion protocol and is expected to play Sunday night.


Greeny Hour 1: Fantasy Dilemma, Tom Waddle, Jay Bilas

The NBA Draft is tonight... ESPN Basketball Analyst Jay Bilas has the latest. ESPN 1000 in Chicago's Tom Waddle joins us to talk Bears, Cubs & Jim Harbaugh. Greeny has a fantasy football question... and Bubba asks Greeny if five NFL teams are contenders or pretenders?


Hour 2; Nets Have a Big 3?

Max discusses if Harden fits with the Nets and talks a 3-Way trade between the Rockets, Nets, and 76ers. Bears fan happy Max is calling out the GM. Max asks can the Saints survive without Drew Brees? Don't worry Lakers fans, Anthony Davis isn't leaving.

Wilbon has an interesting idea for Epstein's next job (1:21)

PTI: Harden Turns Down $50 Million

Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss the Bears' rough MNF performance, James Harden reportedly turning down $50 million per year from the Rockets, Theo Epstein leaving the Cubs, and much more.


The Weekend That Was

Spain & Fitz talk Drew Brees' injury with Dan Orlovsky and Myron Medcalf joins to chat breaking college hoops news. Plus, tough times for Will Muschamp and Jim Harbaugh, the latest NBA trade news, how concerned should we be about Lamar Jackson and we’ll sift through some NFL Good Takes and Hot Takes.


Hour 1; Harden to the Nets!?!?

Max doesn't blame James Harden turns down the Rockets' $50M offer. Max goes in on Dolan and the Knicks for being awful. Scoop Jackson joins Max to talk about the NBA trade rumors and did the Bucks do enough to keep Giannis. Max explains why the Bears are so bad.


Greeny Hour 2: Mark Schlereth, Zach Lowe & Jeff Passan

2-time Super Bowl Champion Mark Schlereth starts the hour to discuss the Saints, Bears, NFC East and more. Then... The Lowe Post's Zach Lowe on James Harden's future. ESPN Baseball Insider Jeff Passan has the latest on Theo Epstein and if he could head to Queens. Plus, Greeny finishes with some NBA trivia.


Greeny Hour 1: Bears Lose, Marcus Spears & AFC West Rivalry

The Bears offense is so bad that only the Jets are better than them... and it's more than just a Trubisky/Foles problem. ESPN Football Analyst Marcus Spears weighs in on the Vikings, Bears, James Harden and more. We get breaking news out of Chicago as Theo Epstein is stepping down from the Cubs. Plus, Greeny has a landing spot for Jim Harbaugh and shares a developing rivalry in the AFC.

Team Stats

Passing Yards223.323rd
Rushing Yards82.132nd
Points For19.628th
Points Against22.725th