Chicago Sun-Times

Bears boning up on Saints -- just in case

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Lovie Smith rarely if ever tips his hand, but he acknowledged the Bears are spending more time preparing for the New Orleans Saints than their other possible opponents, the Seattle Seahawks and Philadelphia Eagles.

But mostly because the Bears have played the Seahawks and Eagles this season. The Bears haven't played the Saints since beating them 27-24 in overtime on Dec. 11, 2008 at Soldier Field.

''That's what we've done,'' Smith said when asked if he's preparing for the Saints. ''At the same time, we have a history with the Saints. We know that coaching staff has been in place, so it's not like anyone has been a big surprise to us. But we'll look at everyone to spend a little bit more time on the Saints.''

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Defense played pretty good but showed to be vulnerable in the secondary seems when its not peanut its jenings or bowman or wright only harris that played soldier except for taking a bad angle.tillman did a good job and manning hot burnd on two deep passes still much better proformance overall where so close to bring dominate look what the packers where able to do with their probowl corners they shut down knots and hester we have to be able to shut down. Their top recievers and our recievers need to get open

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