Chicago Bears: 5 Key Questions for Sunday vs. Seattle

October 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Sitting in first place, the 4-1 Chicago Bears play host to the 2-2 Seattle Seahawks on Sunday at Soldier Field in week six of the NFL schedule.
While the Bears are coming off of a 23-6 victory over Carolina, Seattle is coming off a bye. Their last game was a stinker against St. Louis, so they are in desperate need of a win.
But a win won't be easy, for the Bears have Jay Cutler returning from a concussion to lead an offense that finally found its running game last Sunday. Meanwhile, their defense has been impressive.
The Seahawks have a new coach in Pete Carroll who has a rah-rah approach that fires up the team, but he lacks the offensive firepower and has a defense that is very inconsistent, though they have been stingy in preventing the opposition form putting up points.
So let's take a look at the five key questions facing the Bears in a matchup that could well lead the Bears to an improbable 5-1 record into a showdown with the Redskins.

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