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The Bears Den: January 26, 2012


"...where we're the Rodney Dangerfield of the NFL."

Mike Tice is all about putting players in position to succeed Biggs: Chicago Bears new offensive coordinator vows changes to fit the strengths of his personnel. Yes, those were angels that you just heard.

Bears need wideouts, but they can be hard to project Mark Potash says that finding a difference-making wide receiver is tricky.

Jay Cutler is missing the extra ‘something’ best QBs have Telander: It takes something special to be a Super Bowl quarterback — one with a good chance to win, that is — and besides skill, good luck and a lack of injuries, it has to do with that intangible that simply can be labeled ‘‘Leader.’’ Does Cutler have the 'it' factor?

Follow WCG on Twitter: Put the 'it' in your Twit.

Dick Stanfel is a Hall of Fame finalist Mayer: One year after Richard Dent was voted into the Hall of Fame, another individual who helped the 1985 Bears win Super Bowl XX could be enshrined in Canton.

No respect for Bears' "O" Moon: Where do Bears players rank amongst the NFC North? Pro Football Focus released their All-NFC North team and while no Bears offensive players were included, the defense is well-represented.

Alex Van Pelt may be last man standing for Chicago Bears McClure: With other quarterbacks coach/passing game coordinator candidates dropping by the wayside, his former boss touts his abilities.

Bears general manager search curious Haugh: Unstated paramount question to candidates is who he inevitably would want as coach.

Marshall coy about potential Cutler reunion Brandon Marshall Marshall said it's "painful" thinking about what might have been if he and Cutler had stayed together.

Florio: Lovie Should Have Been Fired With Angelo WSCR: Add Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio to the list of people who don't understand what the Bears are doing.

Former Bear Shaffer coaching prospects Wright: Former Bears offensive lineman Kevin Shaffer is now coaching NFL prospects.

Peyton Predicament: Part 2 Brandt: Signs point to the end of an era.

Forcing fumbles an art, not luck Harry: More often than not, there is nothing accidental, serendipitous or karmic about a fumble. They're schemed for.

Dangerfield on Carson: