5@5: Win-Or-Else For Ryan Pace, Matt Nagy In 2020?

Bears general manager Ryan Pace, left, and coach Matt Nagy pose for a photograph after Nagy was hired.
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(670 The Score) On its daily 5 at 5 segment Tuesday morning, the Mully & Haugh crew debated a variety of questions.

-- Who's most to blame for the Bears offensive line's struggles this season -- the line itself, coach Matt Nagy or quarterback Mitchell Trubisky?

-- Are Bears general manager Ryan Pace and coach Matt Nagy facing a win-or-get-fired scenario in 2020? And which of those two is deeper in over his head and why?

-- What do you expect to hear from Pace and Nagy about Trubisky at the Bears' season-ending press conference later Tuesday morning? Can the Bears ever win a Super Bowl with Trubisky leading their offense?

-- Which position needs to improve most on the Bears other than quarterback?

-- What did the Bulls' 123-102 loss to the Bucks on Monday night tell you about Chicago's playoff hopes? Is that a reasonable goal for the Bulls to pursue right now?

Take a listen below: