670 The Score is Chicago's radio home for the Cubs and Bulls. This Best of the Score section brings listeners the best interviews, segments, bits and highlights of the station's many shows, including Mully & Haugh, Bernstein & McKnight, McNeil & Parkins, Laurence Holmes, Joe Ostrowski and more.…
In the final hour, Zach Zaidman was joined by Brad Biggs of the Tribune to preview the Bears-Jets game Sunday. What's the path to winning for the Bears if quarterback Justin Fields is sidelined as expected? Later, Bears Radio analyst Tom Thayer joined the show to share his keys to the game.
In the second hour, Zach Zaidman was joined by Cubs Radio play-by-play announcer Pat Hughes to discuss what the club needs to add this offseason to improve in 2023. Later, Kevin Fishbain of the Athletic joined the show to preview the Bears-Jets game Sunday.
Zach Zaidman opened his show by previewing the Bears-Jets matchup Sunday and by sharing the latest news on quarterback Justin Fields' health. Who's going to start for the Bears? Later, Stacey Dales of the NFL Network joined the show to preview the game as well.
In the final hour, Mark Grote opened up the phone lines to take feedback on what listeners want to see from the Bears against the Jets on Sunday. Friday also marked an anniversary of a famous rant, so Grote played it back and wondered if it was the best rant ever.
In the third hour, Mark Grote and Jim Miller listened and reacted to the best comments from Bears coaches and players this past week. They then asked listeners whether this Bears season has been a success. Later, the guys broke down offensive coordinator Luke Getsy's assessment of his unit's current reality.
In the second hour, Mark Grote was joined by co-host Jim Miller to discuss all the latest Bears storylines, including how much quarterback Justin Fields should play the rest of the season as he deals with a left shoulder injury. Miller also shared stories from his playing days and reflected on how the nature of injuries has changed in the NFL over the years.
Mark Grote opened his show by sharing the best Bears sound from Halas Hall over the past week. After that, he opened up the phone lines and took calls from Score listeners, including on whether quarterback Justin Fields should play Sunday as he deals with a left shoulder injury.
In the final hour, Steve Rosenbloom and Mike Esposito were joined by Bulls Radio play-by-play announcer Chuck Swirsky to break down Chicago's 8-10 start to the season. Swirsky also shared a great story about the legendary Kobe Bryant.
In the third hour, Steve Rosenbloom and Mike Esposito were joined by Score teammate Mark Grote to discuss the latest Bears storylines, including quarterback Justin Fields' health. And what will the offense look like if backup quarterback Trevor Siemian is under center? Also, there isn't much confidence floating around when it comes to the Bears' matchup against the Jets.
In the second hour, Steve Rosenbloom and Mike Esposito discussed their Thanksgiving plans and tried to solve the riddle that has been the Bulls' season. How can the Bulls beat good teams so often but struggle against bad ones? They also discussed the loaded NFL schedule for the day.
Steve Rosenbloom and Mike Esposito started their Thanksgiving off right with a Bears-loaded show. They opened up by reacting to what Bears coach Matt Eberflus and quarterback Justin Fields had to say Wednesday about Fields' health as he deals with an injured left shoulder. They also asked listeners whether Fields should play against the Jets on Sunday.
In the final hour, Gabe Ramirez and Mark Grote were joined by Mark Potash of the Sun-Times to discuss the latest Bears storylines, including how the team can do more to keep quarterback Justin Fields healthy. Should Fields rest this Sunday against the Jets as he deals with a banged-up shoulder?
In the second hour, Gabe Ramirez and Mark Grote were joined by Sam Smith of Bulls.com to discuss the Bulls' 121-107 win against the NBA-best Celtics on Monday. Is guard Zach LaVine capable of being "the guy" for the Bulls?
Gabe Ramirez and Mark Grote opened their show with the Trifecta, spending time breaking down the Bears' loss to the Falcons on Sunday and quarterback Justin Fields' health as he deals with a left shoulder injury. What's the best decision for Fields this week?
In the second hour, Mike Mulligan, Patrick Mannelly and Anthony Herron continued to preview the Bears-Cowboys game. Later, Score teammate and WBBM sideline reporter Mark Grote joined the show to break down the matchup.
Mike Mulligan, Patrick Mannelly and Anthony Herron opened their pregame show by breaking down the Bears-Cowboys matchup. Later, Calvin Watkins of the Dallas Morning News joined the show to share a scouting report on the Cowboys.
In the final hour, Gabe Ramirez and Mark Grote were joined by Ricky O'Donnell of SB Nation to preview the start of the Bulls' new season. What's the path to the Bulls improving off last season and finishing in the top five of the East?
In the second hour, Gabe Ramirez and Mark Grote continued with the Bears conversation by previewing the matchup against the Patriots on Monday night. After that, Herb Howard of the Bigs Media joined the show to discuss what improvement he has seen in the Bears' young players. Later, Ramirez and Grote held a quick game show with a couple audience members at the Broken Barrel.
Gabe Ramirez and Mark Grote opened their Miller Lite Top Draft Show with the Trifecta, with Grote's top three of the day coming from the Bears' media availability earlier in the day. Later, Score teammate Chris Emma joined them live at Broken Barrel to discuss the Bears' wide receiver group, which isn't giving enough help to quarterback Justin Fields.
Gabe Ramirez, Chuck Swirsky, Bill Wennington and Alyssa Bergamini held a Bulls season preview show as the new campaign gets started. In the opening hour, they discussed the Bulls' expectations, whether star guard Zach LaVine can take another step forward and what point guard Lonzo Ball's absence will mean.
In the second hour of their Bulls season preview show, Gabe Ramirez, Chuck Swirsky, Bill Wennington and Alyssa Bergamini discussed Ayo Dosunmu earning the starting point guard job, what to expect from rookie Dalen Terry and more. Later, they shared their predictions and hopes for the Bulls this season.