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The Bears Den: October 5, 2011

"...where you can act real rude and be totally removed."

Defense confident it can correct mistakes Mayer: The Bears defense is not pushing the panic button after allowing 543 yards Sunday against the Falcons Panthers and struggling in its last three games. Jay Cutler mic'd.

Bears should be thinking safety first Mulligan: Coping with the departure of Danieal Manning and the injury to Chris Harris, the secondary is in sorry shape.

Bears lacking difference-maker at receiver Potash: The Bears move at a glacial pace when it comes to filling major personnel holes — though with the effects of global warming, even that might be giving them too much credit.

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Moon: Changing of the guard? The Lions have sent 'shockwaves' throughout the NFL in the early part of the season.

For Bears, balance finally favors run Seligman: Back to the run, back to the win column.

Anatomy of a Drive: Hester and Forte Combine for TD Hendricks: Take a closer look at a drive that put the Bears ahead for good, and showed just how good Hester and Forte can be.

10 observations on the Bears - PhotoGallery Potash: The Bears’ defense, expected to be among the NFL’s elite, has been a disappointment. But the focus is still on the unproven offense.

Four Downs: Cutler or Stafford? It's a cautious panel that takes on Four Downs. Video: Hester Hall bound?

Streaking and Slumping: Week 4 Michael C. Wright looks at which Bears are Streaking and Slumping.

MNF in Detroit: The Lions' yin and yang Seifert: If a football team takes on the personality of its head coach and quarterback, then the Detroit Lions are the NFL's most bipolar franchise.

Up next for 'Megatron?' The Bears Cover 2 Bowen: What to look for on Monday night in the red zone.

'85 Bears finally get White House visit Nicholas: Super Bowl champs finally get their White House celebration.

Lovie Stars in NyQuil Commercial myFOXchicago: The commercial is part of NyQuil’s new ad campaign called "no sick days allowed when you're a coach in the NFL."

Williams Jr. apologizes for comparing Obama to Hitler Chase: In a note posted on his official website, Williams thanked his supporters and explained that he let his enthusiasm for politics get the best of him when he made the remark.

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