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The Bears Den: November 14, 2011


"...where you get what you deserve."

Defense fuels Bears to victory over Lions Mayer: It takes a spectacular performance to overshadow a remarkable touchdown by the best return specialist on the planet, but that's exactly what happened Sunday at Soldier Field. Game Highlights

Bears look like the real contenders in beatdown of bullying Lions Haugh: The Lions came hoping to intimidate, but instead everybody left raving about the Bears' intimidating defense that created six turnovers. The Lions picked the fight. The Bears finished it.

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Pompei: Ill Hester simply sick Devin Hester was ill and had a sore ankle Sunday, but he was simply sick on punt returns, taking one 82 yards for a touchdown. Highlights: Lions at Bears

Tillman blows up Megatron Rosenbloom: The Lions didn't quit in the third quarter because getting abused in Chicago beats doing anything in Detroit.

Bears batter Lions, win 4th straight Moon: The Bears defense dominated, intercepting Matthew Stafford four times and Devin Hester returned a punt for a touchdown as the Bears rolled to a 37-13 win over a chippy Lions team. Postgame CSNChicago video

Tillman makes sure Johnson fails his physical exam Jensen: Charles Tillman had a modest goal when the Bears coaching staff challenged him to shadow the enormous Johnson.

Shepkowski: The Good, Bad and Ugly of Bears-Lions And just like that, the Bears get a redemption win versus the Lions and now sit at 6-3.

Bad Boys no match for Bad Men Greenberg: The Bears were the rougher, tougher team in Sunday's win. This looks familiar

Bears show Lions execution amid brutality Seifert: The Lions managed half of that formula Sunday. The Bears are now 6-3 because they've mastered it. Simple plan for Bears: defense and special teams

Week 10 Judgements: Protecting Cutler paying off for Bears The Bears made a mockery of the Lions in Week 10, especially on defense. Clark Judge takes notice of the improved O-line that protects Jay Cutler, and says it's a perfect recipe for Chicago to return to the playoffs.

Lions can't back up tough-guy theatrics Couch: Lions' cheap-shots and throwing of helmets proved pure theatrics as Bears beat down these 'tough guys.'

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