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The Bears Den: September 24th, 2010 Edition

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Apparently the Bears play the Packers on Monday?

 

Bears hope to keep Matthews off Cutler - Big test for two tackles not playing where they're supposed to.

Lack of versatility limits snaps of Chicago Bears receiver Devin Aromashodu - Hmmm. Interesting explanation for a lack of 'Shodu in certain situations.

Packers QB Rodgers on Bears, Cutler, Peppers - He's full of nothing but respect for us.

Tice still confident in 28th-ranked run - He's a brave man.

View from the Moon: No pass rush for Bears, no 3-0 - Moon explains why a lack of pass rush is the end for the Bears on Monday.

Follow WCG on Twitter. If you don't, Olin Kreutz will punch you in the face.

Martz's adjustments have made believers of Bears - They have to buy in and work hard for it to be a success. So far, it's working.

Packers coach won't discuss interview snub - Doesn't want to tell us why he limited his coach's ability to advance his career.

Cutler tested tough - If he can weather through this line, he can do anything.

Lovie, Martz, and Cutler on offense's early success - Video from the Pressers.

Cutler has transformed into a new man - Looks like an adult QB.

Thursday's highlights: Mike Martz - Highlights from the Martz presser.

Cutler has a fan in Packers' Rodgers - He still really likes him!

ChicagoBears players will vote to decertify union soon - Big step towards the NFL Labor Discussions. (Or lack there of.)

Madden NFL Mondays - Madden Contest. Go check it out. EA Mobile is doing something to give football fans a chance to win an ipod shuffle each week of the season. To be eligible, users of the Madden NFL 11 game on iPod touch, iPhone & iPad simply need to play out the Monday Night matchup on their device, screenshot the final score and post to Twitter. The entry that's closest to actual score gets the shuffle.

NFL.com en Español | Jugadores, Equipos, Resúmenes de partidos por jornada - NFL in Spanish, courtesy of Univision. Check it out!