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The Bears Den: October 26, 2011

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"...where we allow ourselves to examine...ourselves."

Urlacher, Bears enjoy trip to London Mayer: Brian Urlacher would have never visited London had the NFL not scheduled the Bears to play at Wembley Stadium. But he was happy he made the trip. Thayer's Play of the Week

Brian Urlacher feature. Good use of four minutes and four seconds.

Williams' development an indication of Bears' draft problems Mulligan: Though he's starting at left guard, a high pick was invested in him to play left tackle.

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Bears’ O-line is getting better Jensen: The offensive line was bashed after rough performances against the Saints and Lions, but it has strung together two solid games heading into the bye.

Bears' offense improved through seven games Moon: At 4-3, the Bears' offense heads into the bye week with high marks at quarterback and running back and on the offensive line, while the team's coaching and wide receivers have lagged a bit. Video.

Bowen: Forte Shouldn’t Hold Out Forte accounts for nearly half of the Bears offense, but holding out for a new deal may not be the best idea.

Will the No. 1 Bears Receiver Please Stand Up? Hendricks: You might be surprised at who is the Bears top receiver. Or not.

Streaking and Slumping: Week 7 Michael C. Wright looks at which Bears are Streaking and Slumping. NFL Power Rankings: Week 8

Re-Focused: Bears @ Buccaneers, Week 7 Sam Monson of Pro Football Focus takes a look at the Week 7 game between the Chicago Bears and Tampa Bay Buccaneers in London.

Berrian cut by Vikings, takes historic ineptitude with him Farrar: Between his abysmal performance and off-field missteps, Berrian had made himself an impossible load for any roster to carry.

MVP race? Not much of a battle with Rodgers in lead, but ... - NFL - Football Aaron Rodgers is running away with the MVP race. We can agree on that, right? Clark Judge does, but says a lot can happen between now and when voting takes place. And guys named Brady and Brees may have some input.

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