Chicago Bears vs. the Seattle Seahawks: Game Review

October 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The NFC North leading Chicago Bears hosted the 2-2 Seattle Seahawks at Soldier Field this Sunday in a game that many people felt would end up being a Bears victory.  That wouldn’t be the case, however, as the Bears lost 23-20 in a game that was close but perhaps not as close as this score may indicate.
It was quarterback Jay Cutler’s first game back since suffering a concussion, and it was thought that the Bears would air it out a bit against Seattle since the Seahawks had a pretty bad pass defense and Chicago did attempt to do that, but once again, the protection for Cutler wasn’t there, and he suffered through six sacks and several errant throws.  
The Bears defense struggled against the Seahawks passing and rushing attack, and they allowed two players in particular, running back Justin Forsett and wide receiver Mike Williams (yes the same one that washed out of Detroit and was out of the league for a little while) to have big days.  The onl...

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