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The Bears Den - 11/17/09


....where the Chicago MSM are really starting to make my ass weary.

The Bears are still confident despite their recent losses. They shouldn't be, Larry. 


Adewale Ogunleye blogeth! He breaks down the loss last Thursday.

Chicago Sun-Times

Offensive penalties are killing the Bears.

Cutler's nightmarish game isn't as bad as it looked - take a look at this article. 

Mark Potash: The Bears' problems are bigger than Cutler.

Brian Westbrook's status for Sunday's game is uncertain.

Apparently, the Sun-Times staff believes that because Jon Gruden signed a broadcasting contract, he won't be a coach soon.

Did Pace suffer a concussion? He suited up yesterday.

At least Lovie didn't say that the Bears get off the bus running.....

Chicago Tribune

Rex Grossman's dad rips the Bears' handling of Jay Cutler. Hey, Dan, here's my response to you: ,,I,,

Dan Pompei's mailbag. 

Comcast SportsNet Chicago

John Mullin: Momentum is an elusive intangible for the Bears. C- effort, John. 

Daily Herald

Bob LeGere: NFC parity means that the Bears are still in it.

Barry Rozner: Cutler's struggles aren't as scary as Forte's. 

Pace, Afalava, and Bowman all practiced on Monday.

ESPN Chicago

Westbrook's status for Sunday is uncertain. 

Josh Beekman is the starting LG, kids.

Kevin Payne sat out of yesterday's practice.