Russell Wilson's late-game heroics help the Seattle Seahawks topple the Chicago Bears 23-17 in a…
Bears-Seahawks Game Recap
The Chicago Bears had numerous chances to pick up their ninth win of the season this afternoon against the Seattle Seahawks. Yet the team squandered nearly all of those opportunities, losing in overtime 23-17. The Bears now sit at 9-4 and drop out of the lead in the NFC North – the Green Bay Packers (9-4) have the tiebreaker. Chicago still has possession of a wild card spot. The Bears will head on the road next week to face the Minnesota Vikings, before returning home to face the Packers. Despite today's home defeat, if Chicago can win their remaining three division games, they will win the NFC North and could clinch a first-round bye. So while this loss hurts, the season is far from over. Injuries For the second week in a row, the Bears ended the game battered and bruised. S Chris Conte left in the first half with the flu. WR Earl Bennett was knocked out of the game in the first half with a concussion. CB Tim Jennings left the game in overtime with a shoulder injury. Also at the...
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