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The Bears Den: November 1, 2011

"...where we have a knack for overcoming our own dysfunction."

Clutts enjoying life as an NFL player Mayer: It’s safe to say that no player or coach will be happier to be back at Halas Hall Tuesday when the Bears return from their four-day bye weekend than Tyler Clutts. Highlights from Weeks 1-7.

Pompei: Bears' season setting up like last season The offensive line coming together, receivers are stepping up, and the pass rush is improving.

If Bears are to make noise, Cutler has to raise his game Potash: Rex Grossman’s biggest flaw was that he was only at his best in a bubble. That Jay Cutler is more resilient and better at thriving outside of his comfort zone is unquestioned. Now Cutler needs to elevate his game in the second half of the season. Bears bye-week grades

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Cutler: Getting ready for final push Despite not being labeled as a "Dream Team," the Bears are sitting with a better record than the Eagles. Monday's game will be a measurement of which team is ready to take a step forward towards a postseason push says Moon. Bears talk on CTL

Jay Cutler, Meet Jay Cutler Hendricks: The QB meets up with his fake counterpart on Twitter.

What could franchise tag mean for Forte? Wright: What could the franchise tag designation mean for Matt Forte? Video: Jurko and Waddle on 'T-shirt Monday'

Smith, Bears Not Backing Down From Eagles WBBM: The Eagles completed one of the most expensive free agencies in NFL history before the start of the 2011 season, but their high-profile makeup isn't scaring Lovie Smith as the Bears prepare to return from their bye week.

New Lion Chris Harris tired, but pumped to play ex-team After traveling 7,546 miles to five cities in seven days, new Lions safety Chris Harris was tired Monday in the locker room.

Video: Ditkaween Bears fans gather for a Mike Ditka look-alike contest.

X Factor Auditions 2011: (This video is a bit long at over 8 minutes but do yourself a favor and make it a point to watch it all the way through when you can. We can all use a nice, healthy dose of perspective every now and again).