Posted December 18, 2011 on
Chicago's slim playoffs hopes were crushed after today's 38-14 loss to the Seattle Seahawks at Soldier Field. The Bears fall to 7-7 and must now start preparing for the 2012 season.
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NWSB insider Brandon Choate brings us his top 10 reasons to love this year's Seattle Seahawks team. The team's youth through players like Doug Baldwin, Earl Thomas, and Kam Chancellor made the list as well as Red Bryant, Marshawn Lynch and of course the Seattle Seahawks cheerleaders - "The Sea Gals". Check out TOP POT Donuts on the list too!
After each week of the regular season and possibly during the NFL playoffs should the Seattle Seahawks be so lucky Dave B will stop by and bring you his Seahawks game balls. Balls are awarded to the Seahawks offensive MVP yet again running back Marshawn Lynch, and co-recipients on defense this week DE Chris Clemons (2 Sacks) and linebacker K.J. Wright. (8 tackles)
The final games of the season will say a lot about how Jackson is judged as the Seahawks' starter this year and going forward.
The Seahawks won, passed 2 teams in the standings, and still had a bad weekend in terms of their playoff chances. Both Atlanta and Detroit won, and are now 2 games ahead of the Seahawks with 2 games to play. The only way the Seahawks make the … [visit site to read more]
Seattle Seahawks – 38, Chicago Bears – 14
Too bad for the Seahawks that they didn’t get their business in order earlier in the year, as they’ve been one of the hottest teams in the league the last few weeks. Save for one hiccup against the Redskins a couple of weeks ago, the Seahawks have been playing lights out football, and if they do somehow make the playoffs, they...
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Red Bryant returned an interception 20 yards for the go-ahead TD in the third quarter Sunday and the Seattle Seahawks kept their faint playoff hopes alive by routing the Chicago Bears 38-14.
Seattle wiped out a 14-7 halftime deficit by scoring 31 unanswered points in the second half to crush the Chicago Bears 38-14 and effectively end the Bears playoff hopes Sunday afternoon at a somber Soldier Field. It was Chicago’s (7-7) fourth straight loss following a promising 7-3 start, and coincided with the injury to starting quarterback Jay Cutler. The Seahawks, meanwhile, are [...]
When Julius Peppers beat Seahawks backup tackle Paul McQuistan to force a Tarvaris Jackson fumble that teammate Israel Idonije recovered in the end zone for a touchdown in the first quarter Sunday, it looked like the Bears’ defense was taking matters into its own hands and Peppers was going to have...