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The Bears Den: November 17, 2011


"...where you'll be impressed by our girth."

Angelo feels Bears will overcome injury In his weekly Q&A with, GM Jerry Angelo talks about losing Chris Williams to a season-ending injury and why the Bears waived Nick Reed. Joniak's Keys to the Game

Urlacher burnishing Hall of Fame credentials Haugh: Middle linebacker is in the midst of a latter-career renaissance.

Chargers' Rivers: Artist or choke artist? Philip Rivers has won plenty of games as the quarterback in San Diego, but he's also lost many on the big stage and is mired in a terrible four-game stretch of choking. So, who is the real Rivers? John "Moon" Mullin explores. CSNChicago video: Bears latest videos

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Bears confident in Edwin Williams McClure: After a year of seasoning, Mike Martz certain young left guard up to task of replacing Chris Williams.

Jennings: Man Coverage ‘Gives Us Confidence’ WSCR: The new-found way of playing more than just the Cover 2 defense has brought out confidence in one Bears cornerback.

Hester honored by Payton, MJ comparisons Friedell: Devin Hester's heroics on Sunday drew comparisons to local legends.

Ex-Bear Garay makes mark with Chargers Dickerson: The most productive former Bears defensive lineman currently on the Chargers roster isn't three-time Pro Bowler Tommie Harris, it's veteran Antonio Garay.

Dirty Laundry: Three plays at Soldier Field Seifert: As we await possible fines and potential suspensions from Sunday's chippy game at Soldier Field, public discussion has centered mostly around three plays.

Why San Diego Chargers Fans Should Be Afraid of Julius Peppers Gennaro: Julius Peppers is really, really good and will be going up against the Chargers' worst starting player on Sunday. Uh oh.

NFC has dominant hold at top of Week 10 power rankings - Don Banks Seven weeks of the regular season remain, but so far, the NFC looks deeper and stronger.

A closer look at fan voting for the Pro Bowl, so far Jensen: The Green Bay Packers are the league's only undefeated team, and NFL fans apparently believe most of its players deserve a free trip to Hawaii. Pro Bowl Ballot

Team logos need some upgrading Page 2 rebrands all 32 NFL logos to better reflect on-field performance.

The Devin Hester of the guitar playing world: