• Bears take early lead off Seahawks turnover

    Summary of 15 articles · Updated Dec 4, 2012
    The Bears got out front as they often do, by taking advantage of a turnover. The Bears, though, weren’t done. The Bears move into second in the NFC North. Those squandered points came back to haunt the Bears in a 23-17 overtime loss to the Seahawks at Soldier Field. C Brian Urlacher forced a fumble and Lance Briggs had a tackle for loss, but the Bears always seemed to be a step behind Wilson and never were able to force a negative play. But the defense couldn’t protect a four-point lead late in the fourth quarter and couldn’t even after a game-tying field goal by Robbie Gould that followed a 56-yard catch by Brandon Marshall prevent a touchdown in overtime.
    • Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher might be out for season

      Bears middle linebacker Brian Urlacher could miss at least the next three games with a right hamstring injury, an NFL source confirmed on Tuesday. Urlacher suffered the injury on the second to last play of the 23-17 overtime loss Sunday to the Seattle S…
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    • Free Head Exam: Chicago Bears

      After the Chicago Bears' 23-17 loss to the Seattle Seahawks, here are three issues that merit further examination: From a statistical standpoint, it's easy to track the reasons why the Bears have now lost three of their past four games. Put simply, thei…
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    • POTASH: Grading the Bears

      Quarterback A From start to finish, Jay Cutler did everything but win the game. He was 17-for-26  for 233 yards, two TDs, no INTs and a 119.6 rating. RUNNING BACKS B”‰Matt Forte (21 carries, 66 yards) and Michael Bush (seven, 39) made the most of tough
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    • Seahawks know they have the quarterback

      CHICAGO -- Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson had much to say Sunday about his coaches, teammates and even what he termed a "spectacular" Chicago Bears defense. Everyone else was talking about him. There was so much to say after Wilso…
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    • Two-minute drill: Seahawks 23, Bears 17

      A look inside Sunday's game from the most important players like Russell Wilson and Brandon Marshall to the most important plays.
    • Rapid Reaction: Seahawks 23, Bears 17

      CHICAGO -- Seattle ran up its regular-season run of success at Soldier Field to three games Sunday when Russell Wilson directed a 12-play, 80-yard drive in overtime capped by a 13-yard touchdown pass to Sidney Rice in leading the Seahawks to a 23-17 tri…
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    • Seahawks win in OT, improve to 7-5

      Russell Wilson, by definition, is still a rookie. He just doesn’t play like one. Wilson led a 97-yard go-ahead touchdown drive in regulation, then kept the Bears from getting the ball in overtime for a 23-17 win on the road. Wilson’s 12-play, 80-yard
    • Rapid Reaction: Seahawks 23, Bears 17 (OT)

      CHICAGO -- Thoughts on the Seattle Seahawks' 23-17 overtime victory against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field: What it means: The Seahawks strengthened their positioning in the chase for a playoff berth by finally breaking through on the road. This gam…
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  • Bears suffer heartbreaking 23-17 overtime loss to Seahawks

    After a last-minute, lead-changing touchdown by Golden Tate and the Seahawks in regulation, the Bears rallied, tying the score. But Sidney Rice’s 13-yard touchdown catch in overtime gave the Seahawks a stunning 23-17 win.
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  • Bears' Bennett, Jennings injured vs. Seahawks

    Chicago Bears wide receiver Earl Bennett left Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks with a concussion.
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  • Seahawks up 10-7 on Bears

    The Seahawks just had a touchdown pass to Braylon Edwards overturned on review, and the field goal they settled for gave them a 10-7 lead at halftime. The ball was ruled to have hit the ground first, but it wasn’t a clear-cut ruling, as Edwards had a ca

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