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The Bears Den: December 21, 2011

"...where ineptness is not a crime."

Bears concentrating solely on Packers Mayer: As the slumping Bears prepare for Sunday night's game in Green Bay, they're focusing more on trying to topple the mighty Packers than worrying about playoff scenarios.Thayer's Play of the Week

Bears can expect no mercy from Rodgers and Packers Pompei: Packers looking to build momentum for repeat Super Bowl run starting with the Bears. Charles Tillman Mic'd.

Where's Bears' new McCaskey Rosenbloom: If ever there was a time for George McCaskey to let everyone know who's in charge of the Bears , this would seem to be it.

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An Angelo strength: Backup QBs Moon: It may sound surprising, but it's true. Among the positions Jerry Angelo has handled well as Bears GM is backup quarterback. Forget the Caleb Hanie debacle, here's a look at his history with the position. Latest Bears Video: Will Bears make changes?

Hanie's panic led to interception CSN's Jim Miller takes an in-depth look at exactly what happened during Caleb Hanie's second pick six during Sunday's loss to the Seahawks.

Streaking/Slumping: Week 15 Michael C. Wright looks at which Bears are Streaking and Slumping. Seifert: NFC North Stock Watch

Silverman: Say Goodbye To 2011, Prepare For 2012 There’s no use looking back now. The 2011 season is over and it’ time to start preparing for the future.

Bears Injured Reserve Is Getting Crowded After a relatively injury-free 2010, the 2011 Chicago Bears have kept medical personnel busy.

On Christmas, Finley is the matchup issue for Bears Bowman: Cover 1, Cover 2, etc. Packers' TE can produce vs. Lovie's D.

Intelligence Report: Bears' Hurd had to give up guns to get out of jail Former Chicago Bear Sam Hurd agreed to surrender numerous guns to federal authorities as a condition of his being freed on bond.

Former Bears WR Gault Sued By SEC The Securities and Exchange Commission is suing former NFL wide receiver Willie Gault and five others, accusing them of a scam to artificially inflate the stock of a heart monitoring device company.

The lesson learned from the 2011 NFL season Gabriel: Having a good backup quarterback has never been more essential.