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The Bears Den: December 13, 2011

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"...where we're saying there's a chance."

Bears players giving Barber their support Mayer: Bears teammates voiced support and empathy for Marion Barber Monday, one day after he committed two costly mistakes in Sunday's overtime loss in Denver. Bears - Broncos Highlights

Dan Pompei film session The Bears' defense wasn't good enough to beat the Broncos on Sunday. But it wasn't bad enough to take the blame for the loss either.

Bears need all the help they can get The Bears will have to win their last three and hope the Lions drop two and the Falcons drop one.

WCG is on Twitter: Follow your butt off.

Barber's touches may get trimmed McClure: Bears running back Marion Barber had 29 touches in Sunday's overtime loss, but that number may be lower this week after he made two key mistakes at Denver.

DP Show: Bears' Hester not sold on Tebow Devin Hester witnessed "Tebow Mania" in person during the Bears' loss to the Broncos on Sunday. But, the wide receiver/kick returner doesn't sound too impressed with the quarterback's play. Bears talk on CTL

Schuster: The Bears Blew This One In So Many Ways It's truly amazing how there is always two sides to a story. Out here in Denver the talk continues of "Tebowmania" Meanwhile back in Chicago the talk is pretty simple...The Bears blew this one BIG TIME.

Plenty of Blame to Go Around in Bears Loss Hendricks: Saying that the loss is all Barber's fault is just as ridiculous as saying the win was solely because of Tim Tebow. There are too many people on the field for any victory or defeat to belong to one man.

Smith says Bears still in position to reach playoffs Wright: Bears coach: 'A lot of football left to go'.

Bears-Broncos: Five Things We Learned Jeff Dickerson has Five Things We Learned in Sunday's Bears' loss. Seifert's Free Head Exam: Chicago Bears

Six the hard way: Which coaches might be next on the chopping block? With Jack Del Rio, Todd Haley and Tony Sparano already out the door, Doug Farrar has six coaches who should be watching their backs. Or should they? NFL Freakonomics

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