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The Bears Den: November 16, 2011

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"...where we have Major dance moves."

Same philosophy, but different results Mayer: After struggling early in the season, the Bears defense has done a complete about-face. But the unit's resurgence has nothing to do with a change in philosophy. Thayer's Play of the Week

Mully: Bears can win with defense but to do so, the offense has to stay out of the way with ball control football.

Earl Bennett’s bonanza comes at a cost to other receivers The return of Earl Bennett has been a boon for Jay Cutler. But it has been a bust for every other Bears wide receiver. Unsung Graham among 10 Bears with Pro Bowl-worthy resumes

Follow WCG on Twitter. It could just happen.

Bears decline to sign any of three Tuesday tryouts Biggs: They're still searching for offensive line depth in wake of Chris Williams' season-ending injury.

Suh: "His helmet so happened to come off" 'Suh' as in 'duh'. Original story Moon: Suh didn't intend to rip off Cutler's helmet

Bears fighting for a Wild Card spot Moon: It looks like a fight for the wild card.

Miller: Bears played with purpose vs. Lions Miller: The Bears do not want to be known as a team submitting to intimidation by any other team in the NFL.

Bowen: Peppers Put Fear In Johnson Peppers' first hit on Johnson essentially took the wide receiver out of the rest of the game.

Arkush: Lions a Young, Immature Team Video

Peppers on Kids, Bears Defense Julius Peppers speaks to reporters before heading to a kids charity event.

Bears moving up in power rankings Wright: The Bears moved up four spots since last week, and the rise could continue with four consecutive outings against the weak AFC West on deck. Video: Major Wright's moves

Streaking and Slumping: Week 10 - Chicago Bears Blog - ESPN Chicago Which Bears are Streaking and Slumping? Seifert: NFC North Stock Watch

Power Rankings: Smith has done a nice job righting the Bears The Bears were picked by many to be the step-back team in 2011. Pete Prisco says to hold that thought.

Pick Party Two quick picks -- both returned for touchdowns -- turned a competitive Bears-Lions game into a rout, sending struggling Detroit to a third loss in four games.

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