Halas Intrigue, Episode 17: Are you a believer again after the Bears’ 31-15 win over Washington?

Does this victory change anything they think about this team’s Super Bowl chances?

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Chicago Bears v Washington Redskins

Ha Ha Clinton-Dix #21 of the Chicago Bears celebrates with fans after the game against the Washington Redskins at FedExField on September 23, 2019 in Landover, Maryland.

Patrick Finley, Mark Potash and Jason Lieser dive into the Bears’ Monday Night Football victory and whether it changes anything they think about this team’s Super Bowl chances. Mitch Trubisky was good — sort of. And in the beloved Pot-Cast, Mark calls the Cubs soft and says Joe Maddon has been “exposed.”

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