Found December 28, 2011 on NorthWest Sports Beat:
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.
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