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Verdict On Spiegel/Mannelly Bears-Seahawks Over/Unders

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Jay Cutler makes a throw behind the Bears' offensive line last Friday against the Seahawks. (Otto Greule Jr./Getty Images)

Jay Cutler makes a throw behind the Bears’ offensive line last Friday against the Seahawks. (Otto Greule Jr./Getty Images)

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(CBS) On Friday, Matt Spiegel and Patrick Mannelly presented their over/unders to track in the Bears-Seahawks game that night.

Here’s a look at how they fared.

Santonio Holmes targets: 4.5
Mannelly: over
Spiegel: over
Verdict: under (Holmes had 2 targets)

Snaps for Shea McClellin: 32.5
Mannelly: under
Spiegel: over
Verdict: over (just trust Spiegel on this one)

Chris Williams total returns: 4.5
Mannelly: under
Spiegel: over
Verdict: under (Williams was a late scratch)

Chris Conte missed tackles: 1.5
Mannelly: over
Spiegel: over
Verdict: under (1)

Combined defensive holding/hands-to-face/contact penalties: 8.5
Mannelly: over
Spiegel: over
Verdict: under (0)

Russell Wilson “All Pro” references in any manner: 0.5
Mannelly: over
Spiegel: under
Verdict: under (0)

Total Ice Bucket Challenge contestants shown getting wet: 5.5
Mannelly: over
Spiegel: over
Verdict: under (0)

Total fish tossed on camera (presumably Pike’s Place fish market): 1.5
Mannelly: under
Spiegel: under
Verdict: under (0)

Shots of Mt. Rainier: 0.5
Mannelly: over
Spiegel: under
Verdict: under (0)

Shots of Mt. St. Helens: 0.5
Mannelly: under
Spiegel: over
Verdict: under (0)

Split screen/both-in-shot photos of the Bennett brothers now: 1.5
Mannelly: over
Spiegel: over
Verdict: under (0)

Split screen/both-in-shot photos of the Bennett brothers as children: 1.5
Mannelly: under
Spiegel: under
Verdict: under (0)

Just like the week prior, it was close. This time, Spiegel was on the winning end with a 5-4 victory following a broadcast that wasn’t nearly as creative as Spiegel expected.

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