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The Bears Den: November 4, 2011

"...where we always keep it deep."

Bears assistants: confident in their coaches Haugh: No matter the quality of players, the Bears evidently think they can coach them into playoffs.

Lovie says Bears need more from DT Melton Potash: Whatever happened to defensive tackle Henry Melton? As it turns out, coach Lovie Smith has been wondering the same thing.

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

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Bennett's return means a lot Biggs: Wide receiver's ability to make plays in the middle of the field is one of the elements that has been missing from the Bears' passing game. Sanzenbacher still in the mix

Williams: Chemisty with Cutler improving Wright: Slowly Williams seems to be getting everything down, which has resulted in his numbers going up over the past two games.Video: The Bears and Michael Vick

No timetable for Carimi's return Moon: While Gabe Carimi practiced at full participation Thursday, offensive line coach Mike Tice was reluctant to put a timetable on the return of the guy he considers the Bears' best offensive lineman. Bears talk on CTL

Urlacher tees off on fines and flags Urlacher, the Bears linebacker, appeared on ESPN's Mike and Mike in the Morning Thursday and ripped into the league's policies on fines and flags.

Monday night's starting signal-callers have faced plenty or criticism Greenberg: Cutler and Vick have more than pride to play for. How Cutler Deals With Critics

Bears-Eagles matchup features 2 marquee backs AP: On Monday night, McCoy and Forte will showcase their talents on a national stage.

Face-Melting Friday: