5@5: How Do Bears Fix Leno's Penalty Problem?

Bears offensive tackle Charles Leno Jr.
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(670 The Score) On its daily 5 at 5 segment Wednesday morning, the Mully & Haugh crew debated a variety of questions.

Take a listen below:

-- Bears left tackle Charles Leno Jr. leads the NFL with eight penalties. How much of a priority should it be for the Bears to make sure Leno reduces those mistakes? How can they fix the trouble?

-- Do the Bears play in the best division in the NFC?

-- Who among Bears general manager Ryan Pace's four first-round draft picks has been his best selection: receiver Kevin White, linebacker Leonard Floyd, quarterback Mitchell Trubisky or linebacker Roquan Smith?

-- Did the Astros err in starting 36-year-old right-hander Justin Verlander on short rest in a loss to the Rays in Game 4 of the American League Division Series on Tuesday?

-- Should the Cubs wait until the Astros are done with the postseason to interview bench coach Joe Espada or name their next manager as soon as possible?