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The Bears Den - 10/16/09


....where we're so damn close to Sunday.

670 The Score

The Bears are back to business.

The Bears partnered with the Blackhawks for some TV ads.

The offense is pointed in the right direction.

Chicago Sun-Times

Israel Idonije returned to practice Thursday. 

Adewale Ogunleye is appealing his fine as Matthew Stafford will likely miss a 2nd game.

The Bears offense is waiting for Jay Cutler and Greg Olsen to click.

Rod Marinelli is facing the toughest test versus the Falcons.

Don't bet on the Bears dealing for TO.

Chicago Tribune

The Bears CB's can limit the Falcon's receivers. 

The All Ex-Bear offense by David Haugh. A heads up: It's bad.

The Bears fans should be happy with the players they have.

Daily Herald

Lance Louis faces assault charges. 

The Bears probably won't acquire TO. Duh.

NIU alums Wolfe and Turner will meet again this weekend.

ESPN Chicago

Matty Ice is focusing on this year, not the past.

Garrett Wolfe is ready to get some more touches against Atlanta.

Adrian Peterson's brother, Michael, is a LB for the Falcons.

Jay Cutler wasn't too enthused about answering questions on TO.

Moral of this story: John Abraham is a beast.

Matty Ice has only been sacked twice this season, so harassing him is the D's goal this week.