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Kreutz: Offense still lacking explosive plays

Olin Kreutz joins the Bears Banter Podcast and has plenty to say!

Chicago Bears vs Minnesota Vikings - September 24, 2006 Photo by Rich Gabrielson/NFLPhotoLibrary

The latest Bears Banter Podcast has dropped!

It’s the 100th episode of Bears Banter and we’re still kicking! Thank you to all those who have supported the podcast and listened over the years, it certainly wouldn’t be here without all of you!

For the 100th episode, Bears Banter brings you a great guest, none other than the legendary Olin Kreutz! There’s so much to discuss and we break it all down with Olin.

Why did the Chicago Bears seemingly have no plan when Elijah Wilkinson was ruled out with COVID? Why do the Bears’ coaches continue to be reluctant to help the line and scheme to help the line protect better in the passing game? Olin continues to stress the point that the Bears offense is designed for explosive plays, but they don’t have the explosive players to make those plays! Plus, the conversation gets spicy when I ask Olin about the development of Sam Mustipher, you don’t want to miss that!

Plus there’s still plenty more on Olin’s “I wanted to punch [Aaron Rodgers] in the face” comment, what he’s seen out of Justin Fields thus far and if the Bears’ defense can survive without Khalil Mack. Check it out, Olin is a phenomenal guest!