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Biggs: Bears-Seahawks Won’t Be That Close

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Just two days away from the Bears’ first playoff game since losing in the Super Bowl four years ago, it’s about time to look ahead and predict the outcome of the Bears-Seahawks game.

“I’ve got [Bears' winning] 27-10,” Brad Biggs, of the Chicago Tribune, said on the Mully and Hanley Show. “I just don’t see the Seahawks being able to come in and have near the same kind of offensive success they had against the Saints.”

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And the prediction doesn’t just come from what the Seahawks aren’t capable of doing against the Bears. There’s plenty of reasons why the Bears are good enough to will win this game against the best Seattle has to offer.

“It’s going to be awfully cold Sunday, along the lakefront,” Biggs said. “The Bears are loose. I think they’re experienced on defense. They’re healthy. I just think all those factors are going to add up to a game that’s probably not going to be that close.”

This game is by no means a guaranteed victory. There’s still a change the Bears could get upset if they don’t start the game strong and they let the Seahawks hang around and get some confidence.

“Maybe there’s a little back-and-forth, and feeling each other out in the first half,” Biggs said. “But I think when this thing is said and done…I think the Bears are going to cover [the point spread], if you’re interested in that.”

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