The Bears Den: October 5, 2010

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...where we'd lay odds that the Bears will be 7-1 at the halfway point.

Larry Mayer's most recent Chalk Talk on the team's official site

The always insightful Brad Biggs gives his post-Giants thoughts.

Dan Pompei reviews film, and brings some analysis... good read.

Neil Hayes reminds us of some NFL concussion guidelines.

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Hayes also relates Cutler's current situation with other concussed QBs.

Lovie on Tommie: "He was willing (on Sunday) night."  Whatever that means.

John 'Moon' Mullin hands out his team grades from Sunday's loss.

Mullin also questions Martz's playcalling against the Giants.

Jim Miller sounds off on the Bears terribleness.

Mike Potash has his 10 observations from Sunday night's debacle.

One of our favorite Team Reports, courtesy of USA Today.

Kevin Seifert's Free Head Exam for our Chicago Bears.

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