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Bears Break Out 'Club Dub' for First Time After Win

The "Club Dub" tradition started last season as the Bears won the division title



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    For the first time this season, "Club Dub" was open for business on Sunday as the Chicago Bears beat the Denver Broncos. 

    The "Dub" tradition, which started last season, came complete with a neon sign, strobe lights, and loud music: 

    For a while it looked as though the Bears would have to pack up their party gear and bring it to Washington next week, but a last-second field goal by Eddy Piñeiro ensured that the party could go on, and the team took full advantage. 

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