Halas Intrigue, Episode 56: Who wins Bears-Lions on Thanksgiving?

Will Bears fans get to enjoy a win before their turkey dinner? Patrick, Jason and Mark make their picks.

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Kyle Fuller celebrates an interception against the Lions on Thanksgiving Day in 2018.

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Patrick Finley, Jason Lieser and Mark Potash break down the Thanksgiving showdown between the Bears and Lions, debate what Matt Nagy should do at tight end as injuries pile up and wonder whether Eddy Pineiro is the kicker in 2020.

In the Pot-cast, Mark gives a cranberry sauce recipe — kind of.

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