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The Bears Den: December 9, 2011

"...where it's not rocket surgery."

Bears prep to face unorthodox offense Mayer: Preparing to face Tim Tebow and a Broncos offense that's unlike any other in the NFL, the Bears defense has had to be even more meticulous than usual this week.

Bears defense not afraid of Tebow Biggs: Lance Briggs, Brian Urlacher confident they can contain phenom, win in Denver.

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

Follow WCG on Twitter: Bring your mile-high attitude.

Jay Cutler is missed in Chicago, but Broncos fans prefer Tebow Jensen: Cutler will be on the sideline, Orton will be a backup for the Kansas City Chiefs and the starting quarterbacks at Mile High will be Caleb Hanie and Tim Tebow.

Matt Forte doing all he can to heal quickly McClure: Forte is using former teammate Tommie Harris' hyperbaric chamber to expedite his recovery from a sprained knee ligament.

Fox working miracles with Broncos Moon: He's not going to get much love for NFL Coach of the Year, but John Fox is leading a remarkable turnaround with the Broncos. Bears latest videos: Briggs on Countdown to Kickoff

Bowen: Bears Need To Be In ‘Desperation Mode’ (WSCR) Early reports indicate injured quarterback Jay Cutler may be ready to go before the end of the season, but if the Bears can't string together a few wins behind Caleb Hanie, Cutler's return seems pointless.

Bears not worried about mile-high altitude Wright: With its playoff hopes on the line, Chicago won't resort to using the thin-air, lower-oxygen-levels excuse to explain away a sub par performance Sunday against the Broncos.

Steltz ready for rematch with Tebow Dickerson: The two are set to square off Sunday as Steltz is expected to start at strong safety in place of the injured Major Wright.

Pennington: Bears need to out-ugly Broncos The Denver Broncos win ugly -- and that's just what the Bears need to do when the teams face off Sunday.

Dinged-up Urlacher to shadow Tebow Chamberlain: Although the passing threat from quarterback Tim Tebow is not considered great, Urlacher is expected to be a major part of defending Tebow's option runs.

Bobby Douglass a prototype for Tim Tebow Pompei: Like the current quarterback of the Broncos, Douglass was known as a runner playing quarterback.

Face-Melting Friday: Don't Fear the Tebow: