The Bears Den: October 27, 2011

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"...where it's just a matter of pulling the trigger."

Angelo liked what he saw of Conte In his weekly Q&A with ChicagoBears.com, GM Jerry Angelo discusses what led to the Bears drafting Chris Conte, expectations for Roy Williams and more.

Thayer and Mayer Tom and Larry discuss the season so far. London Sights and Sounds

Conte a bird of prey for Bears Mitchell: With his first interception, rookie free safety lived up to his Birdman nickname. Bears in no hurry for Carimi to play

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Record is same as in 2010, but Bears feel they’re on rise with back-to-back wins Jensen: While the players get some rest, the coaches will reflect on the previous seven games. Numbers, Jay Cutler say Forte is best

Bennett eager to return after injury layoff Potash: Cutler looking forward to his favorite receiver being active again.

Moon: Special teams remains a Bears specialty While the offense and defense have experienced down points so far this season, the Bears special teams continues to be strong across the board. The fantastic stats truly do tell the story of this unit's success. Forte talk on CTL

Breaking Down the Remains of the Season Hendricks: Looking at the last nine games of the schedule.

ForteWatch: Chasing Chris Johnson Seifert: At his current levels, Forte would finish the 16-game season with 2,493 total yards. Briggs earned NFC defensive award

Moneyball in the NFL? | National Football Post Brandt: Exists in varying degrees, under the radar.

"Mike Ditka: A Football Life".premieres tonight at 10 p.m. ET on NFL Network.

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