BOSTON (CBS) – It’s not your typical classroom. They’re not your typical teachers. It’s where you go after failing all year. It’s Gresh and Zo’s NFL Summer School on 98.5 The Sports Hub!

The summer school tour rolls on and heads to the Windy City, where Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak break down and preview the upcoming 2014 season for the Chicago Bears.

Taking Attendance:

The Chicago Bears lost outside linebacker Julius Peppers, safety Major Wright, and defensive tackles Henry Melton and Corey Wootton via free-agency.

They brought in defensive ends Jared Allen and LaMarr Houston, free safeties Ryan Mundy and M.D. Jennings, and strong safety Danny McCray. They drafted running back Ka’deem Carey, cornerback Kyle Fuller and defensive tackle Ego Ferguson.

Pop Quiz:

Do the Bears have the best wide receiver duo in the NFL in Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery?

Zolak: “I’m going to say yes.”

Gresh: “I can’t go there. I like Alshon Jeffrey a lot, but when I think of the great tandems, like [Marvin] Harrison and Reggie Wayne, and hell even DeMaryius Thomas and Eric Decker, they aren’t as good as them.”

SEE ALSO: Gresh & Zo’s 2014 NFL Summer School

Fantasy 101:

Is Matt Forte a top five pick in fantasy drafts this year?

Zolak: “Can we just eliminate the running back position all together [for fantasy football]?”

Gresh: “I think he’s a top five guy. I like Matt Forte a lot.”

Final Grade:

Last year’s team went 8-8. Year before that? 10-6. Vegas has the over/under at 8.5 wins. Where do they finish and do they make the playoffs?

Zolak: “If Cutler stays on two feet, they’re a wild card team.”

Gresh: “I’m going to begrudgingly go over, but not make the playoffs. I think they are a nine-win team and can be a ten-win team and get squeezed out of the playoffs.

Listen below for your full education!


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