clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

The Bears Den: September 27, 2011

"...where we're never at a loss for words."

Bears must improve in all three phases Mayer: While the Bears offense has received much of the criticism in the wake of Sunday's loss to the Packers, the defense and special teams are also culpable. Sights and Sounds

Upon further review, Bears' 'D' doesn't match up so well with Packers Pompei: Film shows Bears' defense doesn't match up so well against Packers.

Jay Cutler pays price for GM’s belief he can elevate Bears’ offense Bears’ general manager Jerry Angelo and director of player personnel Tim Ruskell had to realize what was obvious to everyone after Sunday’s 27-17 loss to the Green Bay Packers. The talent gap between the Bears and Packers isn’t narrowing. It’s widening.

Follow WCG on Twitter. Bring your drawing board.

Rivera excited to square off against Chicago Biggs: Former Chicago defensive coordinator comes to town with 'special' rookie QB Newton.

Moon: Musings from around the league Chicago Bears | John Mullin Latest Bears video

Why the Undisciplined Devin Hester Needs to Grow Up Hendricks: He let the Packers inside his head, and that cost the team. Video: Hampton, Holmes and Adamle Break it Down

Where to begin? Greenberg: Bears' offensive struggles are so widespread, even players are at a loss for words.

Free Head Exam: Chicago Bears Seifert: After the Chicago Bears' 27-17 loss Sunday to the Green Bay Packers, here are three issues that merit further examination.

Graham's penalty on punt return not only one that irks Smith Bears coach Lovie Smith disappointed with rash of pre-snap penalties.

Bears still lack identity on offense Marvez: Cutler's not the one to blame in loss to Green Bay. Chicago Bears lack of pop of offense goes further than a struggling Jay Cutler.

Jay Cutler and Dancing With the Stars' Kristin Cavallari 'working it out' The 24-year-old reality star is reportedly trying to patch things up with the Chicago Bears player.

Born Alone: