Hoge and Jahns: a show about the Chicago Bears

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DENVER — With Day 1 in the books at the Broncos’ facility, Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns are here with Part 1 of a two-part series from Denver. First, they discuss the end of Roquan Smith’s holdout and his chances of being ready by Week 1. They also bring you Danny Trevathan’s comments on the situation, including why he is proud of the rookie for holding his ground. The guys also discuss their observations from the Bears’ first practice against the Broncos.
It’s a Thanksgiving week edition of Hoge & Jahns as the Bears get ready to head to Detroit. Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns discuss Matt Nagy’s willingness to adapt the offense for Mitchell Trubisky and Hoge makes an argument for Nagy to give up play-calling duties for the rest of this season. The guys also make their picks for the game and preview this weekend’s slate of NFL and NCAA games.
Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns talk about the addition of John DeFilippo to the coaching staff. DeFilippo, who interviewed for the Bears head coaching vacancy before Matt Nagy was hired, will be the new quarterbacks coach. The guys discuss what kind of impact he could have and what it means for Dave Ragone, who was promoted to passing game coordinator. The team announced that they will hold training camp at Halas Hall in Lake Forest. Hoge and Jahns share some of their fondest memories of Bourbannais. Later on, before picking winners for the AFC and NFC Championship games, the guys share their thoughts on Jimbo Covert and Ed Sprinkle getting selected for the 2020 Pro Football Hall of Fame Class. Like the podcast? Subscribe for free on Apple Podcasts and Google Play! https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3713227/Hoge_and_Jahns_A_New_QB_Coach_A_New_Training_Camp_Home_and_Two_More_Hall_of_Fame_Inductees_2020-01-16-184427.64kmono.mp3
Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns open up with a special announcement before getting into previewing the upcoming game against the Lions. The guys also recap the week that was, including a former general manger taking a shot at Bears quarterback, Mitchell Trubisky. Hoge and Jahns predict the outcome of the game, discuss the biggest questions heading into Sunday, and make some prop bets as well. The crew also play voicemails from listeners and make picks against the spread for college and pro games.
Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns share their thoughts on what they saw in the second week of Offseason Team Activities for the Bears. They discuss Khalil Mack’s comments about wanting to be the best pass rusher in NFL history. Hoge and Jahns also talk about the what the offense looks like in head coach Matt Nagy’s second year with the team. They play comments from quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, QB coach Dave Ragone, and senior offensive advisory Brad Childress. The guys also have some more spots to give away for their next LIVE podcast recording at WGN Radio Studio in Chicago.
The intensity in Bourbonnais went up a notch Saturday as the Bears held their first padded practice in front of a huge crowd at Olivet Nazarene University. Naturally, the quarterbacks — and Mitch Trubisky in particular — were the big story. With Adam Jahns still out, NFL reporter Eric Edholm joins Adam Hoge on the podcast to discuss everything they saw in one of the more important (and fun) practices of the year.
Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns take one last look at the Bears’ 24-23 loss to the Packers. They discuss what led to the Bears blowing a 17-point halftime lead. Hoge and Jahns listen to a fiery batch of of voicemails left by listeners, and then look ahead to this week’s game, the team’s home opener against the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football. After making bold predictions and guessing the final score, the guys pick games against the spread in both college and pro football. Listen below!
In their debut episode of the three-times-a-week podcast, Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns dig a little deeper into the Bears’ 34-22 victory over the Detroit Lions. They play comments from linebacker Danny Trevathan, and from NFL analyst Brian Baldinger. The guys also have a little montage for kicker Cody Parkey. Later on, they start to look ahead to this week’s matchup on Sunday night against the Minnesota Vikings at Soldier Field.
Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns are in familiar territory, dissecting another brutal Bears loss full of questionable coaching decisions. Why were the Bears so bad in the red zone? Why didn’t Nagy stay committed to the running game in the fourth quarter? And why did Nagy settle for a second down field goal at the end? The guys try to explain what happened and play Nagy’s answers to these very questions. Like the podcast? Subscribe for free on Apple Podcasts and Google Play! http://serve.castfire.com/audio/3691894/hoge-and-jahns-week-8-postgame-show-chargers-17-bears-16_2019-10-27-194234.64kmono.mp3
Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns are back with early Thanksgiving edition of Intentional Grounding.
Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns get ready for everybody’s least favorite football game of the season: the final preseason game. Kevin Fishbain, from The Athletic, jumps on as a guest as well. They discuss Hoge’s breakdown of every single pass Mitchell Trubisky threw last season. They also talk about Andrew Luck’s abrupt retirement, which Bears players to keep an eye on for fantasy football, and give their thoughts on what the final roster will look like. With the first full weekend of college football upon us, they pick a few games against the spread. http://serve.castfire.com/audio/3672518/hoge-and-jahns-trubisky-breakdown-bears-fantasy-football-preview-and-andrew-luck-retires_2019-08-27-132618.64kmono.mp3
Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns recap the final game of the 2019 preseason, as the Bears fells to the Tennessee Titans 19-15. The team gets ready for the real deal next week, when the Green Bay Packers come to Soldier Field to start the 100th NFL Season. If you can believe it, Eddy Pineiro missed an extra point. Hoge and Jahns talk about how much faith fans should have in the kicker. They play the postgame comments from both Pineiro, and head coach Matt Nagy. The guys also have an exciting podcast announcement! http://serve.castfire.com/audio/3673417/hoge-and-jahns-bears-titans-preseason-postgame-show_2019-08-30-062017.64kmono.mp3
DECATUR, Ill. — The Bears went back to the birthplace of the organization this weekend and Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns were there to cover Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy’s press conference. The guys discuss a key injury in the secondary and some players that were singled out by Pace and Nagy. They also take some time to review the unique town of Decatur and why Jahns ended up in Bourbonnais with car trouble. Listen below! Like the podcast? Subscribe for free on Apple Podcasts and Google Play! http://serve.castfire.com/audio/3662774/3662774_2019-07-21-191614.64kmono.mp3
After an offseason filled with angst and anticipation, Bears fans can’t help but feel underwhelmed after seeing their team lose to the rival Green Bay Packers 10-3 at Soldier Field. Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns share their thoughts on an offense that gained just 254 yards, and an overall lack of discipline that led to over 100 yards in penalties on both sides of the ball. They talk about the positives too including the defense which recorded five sacks and nine tackles for loss. The guys play postgame comments from head coach Matt Nagy and quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. Later on, Hoge and Jahns look ahead to next Sunday’s game in Denver against the Broncos.
The Bears wrapped up minicamp with Matt Nagy putting all the pressure on the kickers — and Hoge called it. The guys welcome Kevin “The Fishman” Fishbain to the podcast to wrap up the offseason and discuss the kicker situation. Is it possible that the Bears are worse off at the position than they were six months ago? Hoge and Jahns also discuss the Bears 100 Celebration and a purchase you absolutely have to make.
Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns are rested and ready to go after the bye week. They start out by talking about how good this Bears team can be, and whether playoff aspirations are realistic or not. The guys preview the upcoming game in Miami against the Dolphins. Plus, Jahns has a jam-packed schedule and Hoge thinks a Bears “special teamer” should be getting more playing time. The guys wrap the show with picks against the spread for both college and pro football games.
Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns have all the need-to-know info heading into yet another primetime matchup, as the Bears prepare a game in Los Angeles against the Rams on Sunday night. Before previewing the game, Hoge and Jahns discuss the workout the NFL is holding for quarterback Colin Kaepernick on Saturday, as well as the proposed daylight saving bill and how it would affect kickoff times. The guys have some bold predictions for Bears-Rams, and also guess the final score of the game. They play listener voicemails from the win over the Lions, and pick some college and pro games against the spread to wrap the show. Like the podcast? Subscribe for free on Apple Podcasts and Google Play! http://serve.castfire.com/audio/3696572/hoge-and-jahns-week-11-bears-rams-nfl-preview_2019-11-14-123512.64kmono.mp3
Hoge and Jahns, Episode 144: Analyzing Nagy’s Coaching Hires
Robbie Gould is in the news again, and before the guys get to the 5th Annual Hoge and Jahns Mock Draft Roundtable, they react to the news that Gould has requested a trade from the San Francisco 49ers. Adam Hoge, Adam Jahns (who has some news of his own to share), and The Athletic’s Kevin Fishbain discuss whether the Bears should be interested in acquiring Gould, and what they would be willing to part with in order to get a deal done. After that, Hoge, Jahns, Kevin and producer Joe Romano run through each of the 32 picks in the first round of the NFL Draft. They also take some guesses as to what the Bears will do with their first pick, which will take place in the third round unless they trade up.
Adam Jahns is back in Bourbonnais and got to watch his first practice of camp on Thursday. He and Adam Hoge talk about whether or not fans should be worried about the Bears’ offense or just really excited about the defense. The guys mention some players who are standing out and also bring you some audio from special teams coordinator Chris Tabor and defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano.
It may be early in the offseason, but Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns have plenty to talk about. They discuss the recent announcement that the Bears will be playing the Oakland Raiders in London next season. The guys also talk about Pro Bowl practice in Orlando, where seven Bears are getting ready for Sunday’s all-star game. Hoge and Jahns play audio from new defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano’s introductory press conference. They also play tape of Pro Bowl quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, who commented on the playoff loss and Cody Parkey’s missed game-winning attempt.
It’s a trade reaction episode as Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns breakdown the Jordan Howard trade and explain why the market wasn’t very active. They also take a look at the re-signing of Aaron Lynch and how he helps the Bears’ outside linebacker depth. Finally, it’s the 10-year anniversary of the Jay Cutler trade so Hoge and Jahns bring you some raw radio audio from when the trade went down and how opinions were more mixed than you might remember. The Chicago Sun-Times’ Mark Potash also joins the podcast to reflect on the trade and share some stories from covering Cutler. Listen below! Like the podcast? Subscribe for free on Apple Podcasts and Google Play! http://serve.castfire.com/audio/3615241/3615241_2019-04-02-132641.64kmono.mp3
It’s been a drama-filled week at Halas Hall. Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns are here to discuss Alshon Jeffery’s suspension and more negative reports on Jay Cutler.
Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns recap the Bears’ Week 1 loss to the Atlanta Falcons and preview Sunday’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They also go over the loaded injury report and debut a new voicemail segment — give the guys a call at 312-222-5050. Listen below!
After watching the tape from Monday Night’s game between the Bears and Vikings, Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns take a more in-depth look at the Bears’ 20-17 loss and breakdown Mitchell Trubisky’s first career start. They discuss some of the roster changes the team made and play audio from offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains’ press conference, where he describes the nifty two-point conversion the Bears used to tie the score late. Don’t miss this week’s version of listener voicemails — you can call Hoge and Jahns at 312-222-5050. The guys wrap the show by picking games against the spread in the NFL and in college football.
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Oct 19th, 2016
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Aug 11th, 2020
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