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The Bears Den: September 21, 2011

"...where our chalk talking, corner coaching panel chimes in and breaks it down."

Bears excelling on special teams early Mayer: The Bears have performed well on special teams in the first two games of the season and will look for more of the same Sunday when they host the Packers. Thayer's Play of the Week

Bears must keep Martz on short leash Haugh: It's simple: Either pass-happy offensive coordinator balances play-calling or he's gone.

Poor play real culprit in dooming Bears offense Mulligan: Sure, the Chicago Bears need more balance but solid performances all around are more important.

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Bears’ Catch-22: Forte’s price going up after strong games Potash: Bears general manager Jerry Angelo has had better days than Sunday in New Orleans. And the only bright spot in a 30-13 loss to the Saints is going to cost him: Matt Forte’s price keeps going up.

Moon: Rodgers asserting dominance over Bears The Bears-Packers relationship has seen significant momentum swings in the last 25 years, and unfortunately for the Bears, it appears Aaron Rodgers and the Packers have gained the upper hand on Lovie Smith's Bears. Latest Bears video

Holmes’ Mailbag: When Will Cutler Get Some Help? Questions have been pouring in since the Bears lost to New Orleans Sunday. Let's see what's on tap in this week's mailbag.

Hot Corner: Bears OL Gabe Carimi’s injury eerily familiar Is general manager Jerry Angelo cursed when it comes to drafting offensive linemen? Carimi's Knee Better Than Thought? Greiner: The rookie right tackle might have only a dislocated his knee cap, not his entire knee.

Cutler not without blame for pressure-packed loss Greenberg: If Jerry Angelo and Martz are the unwitting masterminds of his demise, he is at least an accessory. Four Downs: Can Cutler endure?

Power Rankings: Bears stay in Top 10 Wright: Despite the thumping by the Saints on the road, the Bears remained in the top 10 of’s most recent Power Rankings.

Nelson a force for Packers Pompei: Tall wide receiver is showing big-play capability that could pose problem for Bears.

Bears wanted Hasselbeck in 1998, as their starter Florio: The official player page at shows that Titans quarterback Matthew Hasselbeck joined the NFL in 1999. During Tuesday's visit to PFT Live, Hasselbeck said that he actually entered the NFL in 1998, spending the season on the Packers' practice squad.

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