The Chicago Bears needed to keep Jay Cutler upright if they were going to defeat the Seattle Seahawks. They did that but it was their defense who could not contain Seattle’s Russell Wilson late in Sunday’s game.
Earlier in the week, Seattle head coach Pete Carroll said that the training wheels were off of the offense. Wilson attempted a career high 37 passes against the Bears.
Seattle entered the day 1-5 on the road but found a way to defeat the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field by a score of 23-17. The key to the win may have been the scrambling of Wilson as he repeatedly connected with Seahawk receivers on the teams final drive of the day.
Earl Bennett scored the first score of the game for the Bears as he vaulted into the endzone on a 12 yard pass from Jay Cutler.
Seattle would tie the game up in the second quarter on a 4 yard touchdown run by Marshawn Lynch. They would add a field goal by Steven Hauschka of 31 yards to give them a 10-7 lead at halftime. The Seahawks nearly had a to...