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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)
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Three keys to Seahawks victory 1. Run, run, run the ball repeatedly down the field.That's the formula Seattle has followed to win four of its past five games, and it's not impossible to do that against Chicago. Sure, the Bears rank 10th in rushing yards allowed per game, but that's misleading. The Bears allow 4.4 yards per carry, more than all but 10 teams in the league...
Bryant's interception return lifts Seahawks
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Published 01:25 p.m., Sunday, December 18, 2011
CHICAGO (AP) — Red Bryant returned an interception 20 yards for the go-ahead TD in the third quarter...
Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens weekly NFL Love Em Hate Em football blog. He recaps and rewinds the Seattle Seahawks vs. Chicago Bears Week 15 Monday night football matchup. The Seahawks won the primetime game. Brett loved the Seahawks Special Teams units, including Doug Baldwin and his blocked punt and kick return. Robert Gallery and the O-line protected and ran blocked well for Marshawn Lynch.
Q weighs in with five reasons the Seattle Seahawks managed to keep their post season hopes alive with a 38-14 Sunday win over the Chicago Bears. Marshawn Lynch ran for a pair of touchdowns and Tarvaris Jackson threw for another. Plus Brandon Browner returned an interception 42 yards for a touchdown and the Seahawks forced a total of five turnovers.
Red Bryant's path was clear to the end zone. There were just 20 yards for the 323-pound defensive end to travel with the ball after an interception that highlighted a stellar defensive day for the Seattle Seahawks. Bryant's go-ahead touchdown in the third quarter -- Seattle's second score in a span of 50 seconds -- sent the Seahawks to a 38-14 rout of the Chicago Bears.
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (6-7) at CHICAGO BEARS (7-6) Sunday, 1:00 PM ET, FOX, Direct TV (708), Sirius (Sea 139, Chi 93)
Why Watch neither the Bears nor the Seahawks are not out of the wild card chase. The winner gets one step closer and the tiebreaker advantage over the loser.
What To Watch Three straight losses erode the Bears' playoff homes. By now, Bears fans appreciate what...
The Seahawks' playoff chances aren't all that complicated at this point. They're not all that good, either.
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.
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. Chicago quarterback Caleb Hanie was hit hard on the play by K.J. Wright and threw the ball right into Bryant's arms as Seattle (7-7) scored two TDs in a 50-second span early in the third quarter.
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.