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The Bears Den: September 26, 2011

"...where there are spurts."

Mistake-prone Bears fall to rival Packers Mayer: If the Bears have closed the gap between themselves and the Packers since losing in last year's NFC title game, it wasn't evident Sunday at Soldier Field. Game Highlights

Bears get little right in loss to Packers Biggs: Bears can't get their running game going again and even an amazing trick play on a punt return was spoiled by a penalty in a 27-17 loss to the Packers.

Rodgers, Packers do a number on Bears, Cutler Jensen: A week after they showed they couldn’t close, the Bears reversed course against the Green Bay Packers and showed they couldn’t start. Video.

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Smith, Bears suffering identity crisis Haugh: Three games into 2011, the Chicago Bears don't appear to know who they are or, worse, what they want to be. Bears offense turns in pathetic performance

Garza: Blame Bears’ running woes on offensive lineGarza: Blame Bears’ running woes on offensive line Hayes: Maybe the best thing the offensive line did in was not make excuses afterward. Packers receivers find holes in cover-2

15 on 6: Painfully obvious offensive problems The differences between the current Bears and Packers offenses actually hurt to acknowledge, but Jim Miller has no fear. On a positive note, the Bears are only operating at 2/3 efficiency and still good enough to win.

Bears grades: Unsatisfactory marks all around Poor coaching punctuated sub-par efforts from every Bears' unit in Sunday's loss to Green Bay. CSN Bears Insider John 'Moon' Mullin breaks out his red pen in Week 3's gradebook. Latest Bears video

Bernstein: The Bears Have Bad Receivers The reasons for the Bears’ inefficiencies are many, and shared. But, really. Somebody get open. Bears balanced offense: can't run or pass Rosenbloom: "Gentlemen, this is a football.’’

Williams ineffective, no chemistry with QB Dickerson: Roy Williams was sore and ineffective Sunday against the Packers.

Forte: Rushing game 'took major step back' Wright: Forte finished the day with 2 yards on nine attempts, but caught a team-high seven passes for 80 yards. Video: JD and Wright recap the loss

Three reasons the Packers shut down the Bears | National Football Post Bowen: Breaking down Rodgers to Finley, Grant and the Bears' lack of offense.

Devin Hester's frustration gets better of him McClure: Penalty for retaliating against Packers' Shields proves costly Shutdown Corner Video

Rodgers will be in Bears’ way for a while Telander: Here’s the bad news, Chicago: Aaron Rodgers is less beaten up than Jay Cutler, more victorious than Jay Cutler, younger than Jay Cutler, better than Jay Cutler. So how’s your future lookin’, Bears?

Packers and Lions set division pace Seifert: There's a lot of football left to be played but the tone is set in the NFC North.

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