‘Halas Intrigue, Episode 13: The Eddy Dinero edition

The Bears kicker had his breakout moment. Does he have staying power? Jason Lieser and Patrick Finley discuss.

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Eddy Pineiro celebrates his game-winning kick against the Broncos.

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The Sun-Times’ Patrick Finley and Jason Lieser break down Eddy Pineiro’s NFC Special Teams Player of the Week award, debate his job security and explore how the offense must be better.

Patrick finally reveals he’s been mad at Jason for months because he used the word “swag” in a story once. They also explore controversies of the Bears-Broncos game and bemoan today’s absence of the Pot-Cast.

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