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The Bears Den: November 25, 2011

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"...where we're very mature, football wise."

Martz feels Hanie is up for challenge Mayer: Mike Martz feels the hard coaching Caleb Hanie received in training camp has helped prepare him to replace the injured Jay Cutler as the Bears' starting quarterback.

Smith insists defensive line better improve McClure: Pass rush not up to Smith's, Marinelli's standards.

I now pronounce you Tom and Larry: Thayer and Mayer preview the Raiders vs. Bears.

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Packers stay unbeaten, beat Detroit Lions 27-15 Pompei: Suh ejected, injuries mount for Detroit.

Haugh: Three Bears backup QBs know what Hanie faces Former Bears backup QBs Steve Fuller, Mike Tomczak and Jim Miller, know what Caleb Hanie is facing.

McCown practices Thursday with the Bears Jensen: Josh McCown didn't waste any time, hopping on a flight a couple hours after he was signed by the Bears and practicing with his new team at Halas Hall.

Moon: Hester held out of practice but expected to play Devin Hester didn't practice on Thursday but is still expected to play Sunday against the Raiders. The news isn't as good for cornerback D.J. Moore who likely won't play because of a lingering ankle injury. Bears latest videos: McCown, Lovie, more...

Hanie set to make 1st start vs. Raiders AP: If there's any team that knows what the Chicago Bears are going through after losing starting quarterback Jay Cutler to a broken thumb, it might be the Oakland Raiders. Except our starting Quarterback is actually pretty good.

Bears’ J’Marcus Webb proving to be draft-day steal LeGere: Second-year offensive left tackle J'Marcus Webb is getting noticed for the right reasons, as he protects the blind side of Bears quarterbacks. Yes, you just read that.

Adventures in Officiating: Suh ejection doesn’t take McAulay’s crew off the hook Farrar: There were a total of 18 penalties — 11 on the Lions and seven on the Packers — and on at least half of those, there could be a solid argument against them.

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