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The Bears Den: December 8, 2011


"...where we're not hung up on the f-ing numbers."

Angelo expecting more from offense In his weekly Q&A, GM Jerry Angelo discusses his expectations for Caleb Hanie and the offense as well as why the Bears won't sign Donovan McNabb or another veteran.

NFC Playoff Picture Mayer: Even after last Sunday's 10-3 loss to the Chiefs, the Bears are still in the thick of a wildcard race with the Lions (7-5) and Falcons (7-5), and even the Giants (6-6). Joniak's Keys to the Game

Bears preparing diligently for Broncos option Coaches using their knowledge of college option offenses to buttress defense.

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Martz: Bears will be more aggressive with Hanie Biggs: OC ready to give Hanie more with Jay Cutler’s fill-in preparing for this third career start on Sunday at Denver.

Bears hope Lance Louis can rebound McClure: Offensive tackle needs some help and a return to form after terrible outing against Chiefs. Tice looks for bounce back game

Bears quarterbacks bring losing records from college Potash: Only three quarterbacks who’ve started games this season never had a winning record in college. The Titans’ Matt Hasselbeck is one. Jay Cutler and Caleb Hanie are the others.

Tebow is a positive influence Haugh: Sure, the winning is unlikely to continue but the Denver Broncos quarterback certainly displays sound values.

Mullin: Tebow the bully? Bears safety Major Wright is familiar with Tim Tebow's antics, the two played together for the Florida Gators. Wright talked about how Tebow likes to punish defenders and pick on the "smaller people." Latest Bears Video: Cutler, his thumb, more....

Silverman: Lovie Smith Not Ready To Join The Best That gurgling sound coming from the shores of Lake Michigan? That’s Lovie Smith starting to drown. When you lose Jay Cutler and Matt Forte two weeks later, it’s an uphill battle for even the best coaches.

Cutler disappointed he can't play in Denver QB played the Broncos in Denver during the 2009 preseason, but said it would have been different this time with so many new faces. Four Downs: Did Bears misjudge Hanie?

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