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Bears finish season with comeback win Mayer: The Bears capped their disappointing 2011 season on a positive note, rallying from a 10-0 deficit to beat the Vikings 17-13 Sunday at Mall of America Field.
McCown solid again in his second start With a second straight solid performance, Josh McCown may have increased his chances of returning to the Bears next season as the No. 2 quarterback behind Jay Cutler.
Allen is one unhappy sackster Moon: Jared Allen has had his way with more than a few NFL tackles but few any more so than Bears left tackle J’Marcus Webb. PGL with Moon, more...
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Bears future: Where don't the Bears need help? Haugh: You name a position, and the Bears have a weakness.
Bears’ receiving corps needs a boost for 2012 Jensen: As the Bears prepared for their season finale, Roy Williams gathered his fellow receivers Friday and gave a pep talk. "I told these guys this is the best wide receiver corps I’ve ever played with," Williams said.
Urlacher injury not worth 8-8 finish Rosenbloom: The Bears won’t have tape of Enderle from a meaningless game. They will, however, have tape of Urlacher’s injury from a meaningless game.
Jay Cutler really is that good Greenberg: What did we learn over Bears' final six games? Jay Cutler really is a star. We learned five other things.
Snap Judgments: Tebow, Broncos moving backward at absolute worst time Banks: Musings, observations and the occasional insight from a Week 17 that gave us playoff-scenario drama, record-breaking performances and the close of another unpredictable regular season in the NFL.
NFL Game Center: Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings