The Bears Den: December 14, 2010

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...where we celebrate the official demise of the Vikings 2010 season.

Some great NE-Chi photographs from Bill Smith on the team's official page.

Brad Biggs provides his 10 thoughts on the loss to the Patriots.

Steve Rosenbloom says that Greatness beat Luck at Soldier Field.

RB Chester Taylor seems to be battling a nagging knee injury lately.

David Haugh says that this season for the Bears is all about saving jobs.

John 'Moon' Mullin hands out his report card... ouch.

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Moon also points out that Lovie Smith is historically good at picking his team up.

Jim Miller offers his insights on what went wrong against the Pats.

Rick Morrissey downloads his special brand of commentary on the Bears.

Morrissey also tries to figure out how to categorize the Bears.

Mark Potash says that the Bears really didn't play that bad against NE.

Rick Telander lays into Major Wright on his blown pass coverage.

For $499.99, you can get a special "297 starts" football signed by Brett Favre. 

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