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Stopping the run will be an important key for the second-straight week.
A look at four keys for the Bears to beat the Seattle Seahawks.
1. Stop Marshawn Lynch and force Tarvaris Jackson to beat you
Much like last week, the key for a Bears win this week will be focusing on stopping the run and forcing the quarterback to beat them. The Seahawks truly don’t run or pass well, but they’re a much better run team with Lynch averaging 4.3 yards per carry and recording 969 yards and nine touchdowns. By taking him away, the Bears will put the ball in the hands of Jackson, who has thrown just 11 touchdowns compared to 12 interceptions and has been sacked 33 times, fourth-most in the league. The Seahawks don’t have a lot of receiving options and the Bears should be able to pressure Jackson into making a few mistakes.
2. Target Earl Bennett more and get rid of the ball quickly
The player who has suffered most from the injury to Jay Cutler is his favorite target, wide receiver Earl Bennett. In ...
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