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The Bears Den: December 19, 2011

"...where there's always next week...until there's not."

Bears unravel in second half of loss Mayer: The Bears' march toward the playoffs didn't just come to an abrupt halt in 2011, it did a complete 180-degree about face and headed in the opposite direction. Locker room postgame

Bears' playoff hopes on the brink after loss Moon: The Bears had a 14-7 lead at halftime, but the Seahawks defense was suffocating in the second half, returning two Caleb Hanie picks for touchdowns en route to a 38-14 Seattle win. PostGame Live

Fans bail, Bears fail again Jensen: By the time Josh McCown replaced Hanie there appeared to be fewer than 10,000 fans left from an announced crowd of 61,542 at Soldier Field. GameCenter

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David Haugh: Frustration mounts as Bears' season fizzles Plenty of blame to pass around for four-game losing streak.

Time for Bears to make a change Pompei: Bears' season ended when they were unable to claim Orton on waivers.

Shepkowski: Last Four Games Further Indictment on Angelo The Bears will miss the playoffs for the seventh time in Angelo’s eleven years as Bears general manager. Not officially eliminated, but the chance is greater of seeing a monkey ride a dog.

Bears firing season opens Rosenbloom: The part of the Bears’ season with any meaning is over which means the Bears’ firing season can begin.

Burden finally too heavy for Bears' D Isaacson: After carrying Bears post-Cutler, the defense finally caved versus the Seahawks.

This is Bears football Greenberg: This Bears roster has committed a personal foul against good football.

Barber opens up about Sam Hurd's arrest McClure: The Bears running back had no desire to discuss the mistakes that made him the target of fans' frustrations last week. Barber did, however, open up about a couple of matters weighing heavily on his mind.

Goodbye, 16-0 Bowen: Chiefs pull of the upset, but let's slow down the questioning on the Packers after one loss.

White Christmas: