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Lovie Smith Press Conference Highlights

Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith had a press conference today, and here are a few of the highlights.

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By now we're all up to speed on yesterday's post game comments from the Chicago Bears players and head coach Lovie Smith. If not, here's a link to the Bears Den so you can all catch up.

Lovie met the media today and he covered a number of topics. We'll run down some of what he had to say via Twitter;

From Zach Zaidman:

Lovie Smith: "Offensively, of course we need more production."

Lovie Smith on why they've struggled vs. GB: "I can't give you a good reason for it."

Lovie Smith says there will be no changes on the coaching staff this week.

Lovie Smith on if his team has easiest road to 10 wins: "We're just looking at how we can get to nine."

Lovie Smith on Brandon Marshall's comments: "I would like to think that all throughout the season we've stressed being accountable."

From Sean Jensen:

Lovie Smith on @michaelbush29: "He was in uniform, we were only going to use him if we have to. Still wasn't quite ready to go."

#Bears coach Lovie Smith: "Normally, when we win the turnover battle we win the football game..."

#Bears coach Lovie Smith said he isn't aware of what Brian Urlacher said on Fox.

From Brad Biggs:

Lovie: "We've got to find a way to get to 10-6 and see what happens."

Lovie: "We realize what the score is, we lost to them again. This week, we are to that must game. It's about Arizona."

And a little bonus snark from Biggs:

Team announced Lovie presser was delayed to 12:15 and 12:30 and we still have not started. No, I don't think any big reason for the delay.

I do know Tom Coughlin would not keep this kind of schedule.

Here's a little something from PFT:

"Yesterday's game was a must-game for the NFC North championship, but besides that, it wasn't a must-game with what can happen for our season," Smith said at his press conference on Monday. "This week it is a must game."

Now it's your turn to sound of on Lovie, the Bears, the future...