The Bears Den: October 19, 2011

"...where we discover that the Tight End is truly"

Bears prepping for long trip to London Mayer: Coach Lovie Smith isn't worried that Bears players will have problems with jet lag or the six-hour time difference when they travel to London to face the Buccaneers. Mayer and Thayer

Bears really need Smith's steady hand Mulligan: The calmness the Chicago Bears coach exudes will be an asset in leading increasingly fractious team.

Bears, Harris stuck together Potash: It’s too bad the Oakland Raiders didn’t need a safety.

Tell Mike Jay said to %#$^@* follow WCG on Twitter.

Paea making most of his opportunity Moon: Stephen Paea is hoping to prove to the Bears that he deserves to stay in the lineup. Latest Bears video

Kellen Davis Adjusting To Pass-Protecting Role WSCR: Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz doesn’t view tight ends like most NFL coaches. He prefers them large and substantial.

Same record, different Bears Steve Rosenbloom is sick of hearing hear how the Bears are a victory over Tampa Bay away from having the same record they took into the bye last season. But wait. He gets worse.

Four Downs: Debating Bears' safety dance The ESPN Chicago panel weighs in on the questions at safety and more.

Streaking and Slumping: Week 6 Wright: Devin Hester continues to make it look easy while Chris Harris has gone from starter to bystander.

Air and Space: Jay Cutler's turn with Martz Seifert: With so many quarterback developments in the NFC North, it has been easy to overlook perhaps the most fascinating figure of them all. -FedEx Players Air and Ground Jay %#*^%$ Cutler!

Re-Focused: Vikings @ Bears Ben Stockwell looks at how Chicago may be receiving a timely rookie boost in his Vikings at Bears review. - Pepsi Rookie of the Week 2011 As the 'Canary" chirped in one of his gazillion fansharts: Go vote!

Police: This guy slapped Devin Hester in the back of the head MJD suggests he should have saved it for the guy who decided it would be a good idea to punt to him.

Hot Corner: Hatin’ on Ex-Bear Jim Harbaugh Potash: The son of a college football coach, Jim Harbaugh has been so immersed in football throughout his life, and so driven and consumed by it, that he’s never had a lot of close friends. Adams vs. Wayans a rout

Just Breathe:

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