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The Bears Den: October 13, 2011

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"...where you can wake up to a big, hot, heaping cup of pure, unhinged sass."

Lack of discipline is hurting defense In his weekly Q&A with ChicagoBears.com, GM Jerry Angelo blames the defense's woes on a lack of fundamentals and execution, not the age of the players.

There’s little defense for Bears’ bad defense Jensen: Team has allowed nine passing touchdowns this season after giving up 14 — the second-fewest in the NFL — last season.

Bears QB Cutler calls for change Seligman: Bears' quarterback said it is getting more difficult to maintain faith in the system with the offense struggling and the hits on him piling up along with the losses. Grizzly Detail Video

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Fixes needed everywhere Hayes: What became apparent to a national television audience during the Bears’ 24-13 loss has long been suspected. The Bears have an offense going nowhere and a defense in obvious decline.

Mullin: Expect Lovie to make changes Lovie Smith has done it before, and he's about to do it again.

Peterson hits stride at wrong time for Bears Mitchell: Minnesota Vikings running back could present big problems for struggling defense after rushing for 122 yards.

Bowen: Protect The Quarterback Or Else Matt Bowen joined The Boers and Bernstein Show on Tuesday to discuss what's ailing the Bears.

Four Downs: Blame Lovie or Jerry? Who do you blame for the Bears's woes?

Jon Greenberg says it will be a mistake not to read Pearlman's book Book on Walter Payton is more than salacious anecdotes.

The GM's toughest job | National Football Post Bechta: The conundrum for many NFL clubs is the challenge of balancing winning today versus the development of young players for tomorrow.

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