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The Bears Den: December 2, 2010

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...damn it feel good to be a gangsta Bears Fan.

Peppers: "At the end of the day, we don’t want to have Pro Bowl players, we want to have Super Bowlers." 

Peppers named Defensive Player of the Month, and Cutler named NFC Player of the Week.

1985 Bears named to Top-10 Failed Dynasties.  This should go over well.

Drew Stanton not exactly warm and fuzzy when remembering working with Martz.

Bears OL will face tough task in blocking the ever-improving Lions DT Suh.

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Mike Tice said he had to make four tapes just on Suh; talks about his OL.

Doesn't seem like what he sad was that big of a deal, but media declares WR Burleson "guarantees victory over the Bears."  Meh, whatevs.

Here are a few pictures of Soldier Field being resodded.

Neil Hayes finds some stats on likelihood Bears win North and/or make playoffs. 

Mike Martz says that Johnny Knox is a #1 WR, and says Knox doesn't realize how good he could be yet.

Featured story: Sean Jensen takes a look at the (lack of) deep passes this season under Martz.

Martz on Suh, Suh on Garza, and Garza on Suh.  They all talk about each other.

John 'Moon' Mullin wonders if Jay Cutler can handle success (w/ bonus video).

Some sort of playoff machine thingie from ESPN... have any of you tried this?

Kevin Seifert says that Tommie Harris' stock is rising

SportCenter's Top-10 NFL Tirades.  It is what you think it will be.

Video: Brett Favre adamant that he is done after this season, and I do believe him this time.

Featured Story #2: One of our favorite columnists, Matt Bowen, breaks down the Cover-2 Defense.

Featured story #3: Pro Football Focus takes a look at some grades in the victory over the Eagles.

Okay, so it's not in any way, shape, or form Bears-related, but I just had to share this video with you all.  This is remarkably, udeniably, extraordinarily amazing.