The Bears Den: October 18, 2011


"...where you're going to get the wrath of it every now and then."

Hester's injury not considered serious Mayer: The chest injury that knocked Devin Hester out of Sunday night's win after he had scored two spectacular touchdowns doesn’t appear to be anything to worry about. Devin Hester Feature. Urlacher mic'd.

Forte glad other teams interested in him McClure: It is believed at least two teams have had internal discussions about trading for running back Matt Forte as the Bears continue to slide their feet regarding a contract extension.

Sights and Sounds from Sunday night's game.

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Conservative approach on offense works for Bears Pompei: Making sure quarterback Jay Cutler was adequately protected in the passing game works wonders for Bears in victory over Vikings.

Harris situation reveals Bears' troubles Haugh: 2011 already has become a year of player dissent at Halas Hall. Tillman calls Harris "great friend" and "great teammate"

Even the O-line looks good, thwarting Vikings’ only strong unit Jensen: Over the last few weeks, Cutler has been more vocal — not a surprise given the abuse he has taken this season.

Draft picks deliver for Bears Hayes: If Conte and Wright are the safeties of the future and Paea can be a consistent presence inside, this team is that much deeper, the future that much brighter. Rookies Step Up in Bears Win

Power shift for Bears offense? Moon: Could Mike Martz be losing power of the Bears offense? Latest Bears video

Martz experiment should be near end Isaacson: Even when the Chicago Bears win and the offense works, it is increasingly obvious that Mike Martz doesn't and that the team is likely to make still another change at offensive coordinator after the season. Hoge’s Bears-Vikings Notebook

Sanzenbacher fan of Jay Cutler Dane Sanzenbacher has experienced the wrath of Jay Cutler several times this season, but the Chicago Bears rookie said the sometimes tough treatment by his quarterback only makes him and his fellow receivers better. Video: Bears win on night of surprises

Handing out the Week 6 Sunday game balls Bowen: The kick return was classic Hester but he also had 5 receptions, 91-yards, 1 TD.


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