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Lovie Smith took to the podium after the Bears defeated the Tennessee Titans to talk about the win and the progress the team has made after the first half of the season.
BEARS HEAD COACH LOVIE SMITH
Great job by our team, you can start with that. We can talk about a lot of things, and I know Charles Tillman was in here earlier. For a coach to be able to watch a special trait that he has, a special ability to knock the ball out is hard. It kind of sets the tone for our football team right away. We knew it would be tough down here but it is always easier when you have that many fans that come out and support you. It seems like each home game we get more and more. This was another time where we had Soldier Field South down here.
Starting off with Charles (Tillman), Brian Urlacher, we have been waiting for Brian to really step up like that. Outstanding job by him, touchdown, caused fumble, recovered fumble. The defense was ...
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