Found December 02, 2012 on Bears Claws:
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The normally stout Chicago Bears defense gave up consecutive drives of 97 and 80 yards, allowing visiting Seattle to escape with a wild 23-17 overtime win over the Bears at balmy Soldier Field Sunday. The Bears, who have dropped three of four contests, fall to 8-4 in the NFC North and tied with Green Bay for the division (Packers currently [...]
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