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The Bears Den: November 30, 2011

"...where we get off the bus not throwing players under the bus."

Who should Bears pull for on Sunday? Mayer: With the Bears battling for playoff position, we take a look at which results around the NFL Sunday would most benefit the Monsters of the Midway. Klutts Mic'd, Agent Orange Feature

Hanie wants short learning curve McClure: Bears quarterback admits Oakland Raiders threw some surprises at him.

Moon: Could Bears move on from Martz? John 'Moon' Mullin says Mike Martz is a long shot to get the ASU head coaching job. Even if Martz doesn't win that job, the Bears could look to Mike Tice as the long-term solution at offensive coordinator. Latest Bears Video

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Unlike fired Jack Del Rio, Smith always backs up his players, coaches Potash: While coaches such as Rex Ryan and Jim Schwartz seem destined to implode under the weight of their driven personalities — and white-hot coach-of-the-year-to-be Jim Harbaugh might eventually make that list — Smith just keeps on rollin’ like Old Man River. Hanie should be better the next time around

The wild quarterback carousel Mully: Matt Cassel, Jay Cutler and Kyle Orton are intertwined in quarterback lore.

Bowen: Hanie Will Improve The Bears may have lost their first game with Caleb Hanie under center, but improvements will come.

Streaking/Slumping: Week 12 Michael C. Wright looks at which Bears are Streaking and Slumping. Video: Hanie on his starting debut

NFC North Stock Watch Kevin Seifert predicts dead cat bounce.

Backup NFL equipment taken for a test drive in Week 12 With the Texans and Bears in the playoff hunt, Matt Leinart and Caleb Hanie were asked to step up in Week 12. Brian Billick assesses their performances.

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