Football Night in Chicago will have athletes, coaches, and insiders from across the NFL join the show for candid conversations on the biggest news and stories around the league. The show will also include nightly best bets and gambling strategies.
Sports Talk Live host David Kaplan is joined by Mark Gonzales of the Chicago Tribune, Hub Arkush from Pro Football Weekly, and Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun Times. The panel talks the Bears chances in Week 3 against the Dallas Cowboys, who should start Game 3 of the postseason for the Cubs, and questions whether or not Chris Sale's Cy Young campaign is over.
CSN's David Kaplan hosts a discussion with today's panel: George Ofman from WBBM radio and Mark Carman of WGN radio. The group discusses Jake Arrieta's dominant performance over the Cardinals, Jay Cutler's thumb injury, and the NBA officials' new points of emphasis for the upcoming season. Also, David Ross gets a special tribute at Wrigley Field.
CSN's David Kaplan hosts a discussion with today's panel: Ravi Baichwal from ABC 7, David Haugh lead columnist from the Chicago Tribune, and Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun Times. The group discusses the Cubs reaching 100 wins on the season, talk Jay Cutler's future as Bears QB, and Scott Paddock stops by to talk NASCAR.
Tonight's panel include Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun Times, Hub Arkush from Pro Football Weekly, and NFL Analyst Dan Pompei. The guys discuss whether Jay Cutler could lose his starting job to Brian Hoyer, question if Joe Maddon is managing his starting rotation properly heading into the postseason, and talk about whether Robin Ventura will return to manage the White Sox next season.
The Score’s Jordan Bernfield, The Tribune’s KC Johnson and ESPN 1000’s Ben Finfer join David Kaplan. The panel discusses Cubs confidence levels heading into the postseason, and whether or not Chris Sale should start the season finale. Plus will the Bears beat the Lions without Jay Cutler and can the Bulls be a Top 4 team in the East? Finally, Dave shares some Vin Scully stories.
The Tribune’s David Haugh, ESPN 1000’s John “Jurko” Jurkovic and the Sun-Times’ Adam Jahns join Luke Stuckmeyer. The White Sox have a new manager but is it the right hire and is making a hire so quickly a mistake? Meanwhile, the Cubs don’t give a (bleep) who they play in the NLDS but should they? Plus, the Bears finally get their first win and Brian Hoyer has another 300-yard game. Should he remain the starter? Former Bear Patrick Mannelly joins the panel.
Brian Hedger, Nick Friedell and Ben Finfer join David Kaplan. The Cubs NLDS rotation is set but should fans be worried about the team’s four-day layoff. Plus Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts joins Kap to talk about his team’s season, the rebuilding of the entire organization and what a World Series party would be like in Wrigleyville.
Also, Friedell discusses Dwyane Wade’s Bulls preseason debut, Scott Paddock updates NASCAR’s Chase for the Sprint Cup and is Jordan Howard the Bears’ new feature back?
Chicago Sun-Times’ Patrick Finley, Chicago Tribune’s Chris Kuc and Mark Grote from the Cubs Radio Network join Kap. Kevin White goes on injured reserve with another leg injury. Was this a bad draft pick by the Bears?
Jay Cutler misses practice again. Will Brian Hoyer start for a third-straight week?
USA Today’s Bob Nightengale previews the N.L. Wild Card game and sizes up the Cubs playoff chances. Plus, the panel tries to figure out why Buck Showalter did not use Zach Britton in the A.L. Wild Card game and they react to Adam and Drake LaRoche throwing out the first pitch before a Nationals NLDS game.
Jordan Bernfield and Hub Arkush join Kap on the panel. Todd Hollandsworth drops by to preview the NLDS matchup between the Cubs and Giants. The panel discusses which pitching matchup Cubs fans should be the most worried about.
Jay Cutler misses practice again. Will this be his final season in Chicago?
David Kaplan and the SportsTalk Live panel is live at Wrigley Field to preview Game 1 of the NLDS, including the starting pitching matchup of Jon Lester and Johnny Cueto.