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Three-and-out with Bears CB D.J. Moore

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By Eric Edholm

Pro Football Weekly spent some time chatting with Bears CB D.J. Moore as he prepares to face the Vikings this Sunday at Soldier Field.

PFW: What do you think when you look at the Vikings and all their weapons on offense?

Moore: They are kind of like Buffalo (whom the Bears beat in Week Nine). Buffalo has a lot of weapons. The Vikings are playing well now. I think we have a good game plan for them. … I didn't think (Brett Favre) would still be in the league, playing against him. But he's still doing good, he's still Brett Favre.

PFW: You certainly will face Percy Harvin if he plays. What do you know about him?

Moore: He's good. I played against him a couple years in college (Moore went to Vanderbilt, Harvin went to Florida). I would say he's probably their best receiver.

PFW: What's his most dangerous attribute? Is he hard to tackle?

Moore: I would say probably running after the catch. With him playing running back sometimes, when he gets the ball he can make one move and he's downhill. It's fair to say (he's built like a running back). If you tackle the legs, they'll go down most of the time. He's not too hard (to tackle).

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