Posted December 02, 2012 on
The Chicago Bears nearly pulled a victory out of nowhere against the Seattle Seahawks, yet fell short in overtime, losing 23-17 this afternoon at Soldier Field.
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The Bears wanted to draft a situational pass rusher in the first round of the 2012 NFL draft. They wanted to find a rookie to come in and have a major impact as an edge rusher. Boise State linebacker Shea McClellin was the player the Bears drafted at 19th overall, a decent athlete who was extremely raw as a pass rusher.
The rookie defensive end's selection was criticized...
The Seattle Seahawks went into Chicago to beat the Bears in overtime Sunday. Seattle was on the Bears’ 13-yard line when Russell Wilson hit Sidney Rice on a crossing route at the two. Rice met Bears safety Major Wright as he crossed the goal line. The ball squirted loose and players from both teams dove into a scrum to recover it.
Referee Mike Carey reviewed the play to make...
Bears receiver Earl Bennett has been taken out of the game to undergo a concussion test.Fantasy Spin:Bennett reeled in a 12-yard touchdown in the first quarter for his only catch of the game. Brandon Marshall has been getting most of the targets on passing plays anyway so this shouldn't have much of an impact on quarterback Jay Cutler.
If you follow the Chicago Bears this season, you’ve probably received some of your Bears news from Fox, specifically WFLD. So you’ve probably noticed a fresh face in reporter Dionne Miller.
The full-time weekend sports anchor filled a long-running vacancy when she was hired in March.
Here’s part of her bio from My Fox Chicago
Dionne comes to Chicago after serving as host...
The Seahawks entered this week in control of a wild card berth, and they held on to it today with a road win against the Bears. At times, it seemed like overthrows, bad calls, and Cutler-to-Marshall were going to conspire to drop Seattle to 6-6, but in the end the offense got it done.
And you know what? At the end of the fourth quarter, with the game on the line and the ball...
The 6-5 Seattle Seahawks travel to Chicago, for the fourth time in three seasons, to face the 8-3 Chicago Bears. Apparently NFL Commissioner, Roger Goodell, has been too busy turning the league into flag football in recent seasons to notice this scheduling oversight. Granted, one of the visits occurred during the 2010 NFC Playoffs, but it seems reasonable to have Bears visit Seattle...
The role of Bears fullback Evan Rodriguez within Chicago’s offense grows each game, with him catching his first pass last week. Bear Report goes one-on-one with Chicago’s rookie.