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The Bears Den: November 15, 2011

"...where we dish out dislocated ambitions and bruised egos."


Tillman put clamps on Lions receiver Mayer: Charles Tillman returned an interception 44 yards for a touchdown and allowed Calvin Johnson to catch just seven of 19 passes thrown in his direction Sunday. Sight and Sounds

Pompei: Film session Bears' Peppers a pest for Lions.

Bears’ stars are shining bright Hayes: The Bears have three potential Hall of Famers in Julius Peppers, Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs playing as well as ever. Jay Cutler, Matt Forte and Charles Tillman are also having career-type years, and that’s not even taking Devin Hester into consideration.

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Williams placed on injured reserve following wrist surgery Biggs: The Bears will have to tinker with their offensive line after left guard Chris Williams was placed on injured reserve following wrist surgery. Sign free-agent defensive end Chauncey Davis, waive Nick Reed

NFL still sorting out fine mess from Bears-Lions melee Jensen: Players from the Bears and Lions are expected to make a sizable contribution to the NFL’s charitable partners this week.

Schwartz enabling Lions' dirty play? Moon: The attitude of any organization is set by its upper management, and in the case of the Lions, that means Jim Schwartz has set the tone for a team that is regarded as "dirty." CSNChicago video: Smith talks about the D

Urlacher: Bears Surge Nothing Shocking K-HITS: The Bears have one four straight and one Bears captain isn't surprised by the team's recent surge. Aikman: Peppers Is A Game-Changer

Urlacher says Hester belongs in Hall of Fame After every Devin Hester touchdown return, the debate surfaces over whether the Bears specialist belongs in the Hall of Fame, and Brian Urlacher cast his vote on Monday.

Who Stood Out in the Bears Win? Hendricks: Everything about the Bears win over the Lions was memorable, but who had performances that truly stood out?

Cutler could play better, but he's doing enough to get victories Isaacson: The Bears are winning, but if they want to keep it up, they need more from Jay Cutler. Podcast: Bennett discusses Bears' win

Five Things We Learned: Bears-Lions Jeff Dickerson has five things we learned from the Bears' rout of the Lions. Free Head Exam: Chicago Bears

Bears GM Has Created Cutler's Glass Ceiling GM Jerry Angelo has made it difficult for Jay Cutler to be great, and it has all been by design. Steve von Horn looks at this developing problem.

Bears' next foe, Chargers, banged up Seven Chargers players, including six starters, skipped Monday's light workout.