The Bears-Seahawks game on Sunday will matchup up two very different quarterbacks. Matt Hasselbeck, has played in a Super Bowl, Jay Cutler, on the other hand, will make his first postseason start.
If the Chicago Bears beat the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday they’ll advance to the NFC Championship game, and that’s all they’ll achieve by beating them. The loss to the Seahawks in the regular season can’t be undone.
In the NFL, wins are the fastest way to change perception of a team. But going into the second round of the playoffs, eight wins aren’t enough to change much.
Placed in the unfamiliar role of prohibitive favorites, the Bears seem to be doing and saying everything they can to feel otherwise.
In the first meeting between the Bears and Seahawks, Mike Williams caught 10 passes for 123 yards. A performance that helped the Seahawks beat the Bears. On Sunday, the Bears will have a second chance to shut him down.
What’s the hottest ticket in town this weekend? A Chicago ticket broker says if you think it’s the Bears playing the Seattle Seahawks in the playoffs, you’d be wrong.
The Chicago Bears ended the season as the second best team in the NFC, a far cry from where they started the season in most people’s eyes.
A win can do a lot for a team’s confidence, especially in the playoffs. And especially when the team, according to everyone outside of Seattle, didn’t deserve to be in the playoffs.
The talk has already started, or continued for that matter, that the Seattle Seahawks don’t deserve to be in the playoffs. They ended the season 7-9, but upset the defending Super Bowl Champions in the first round.
No one expected the Seattle Seahawks to knock off the defending Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints. Could the same fate await the Chicago Bears?
The Seattle Seahawks upset the New Orleans Saints in the first round of the playoffs. While that win might have shocked the NFL, one touchdown may have shocked Seattle, literally.
here will be a lot of talk about matchups and story lines this week, as the Chicago Bears prepare for a rematch against the Seattle Seahawks. The most obvious story line? Revenge.
There was only one team that the Bears knew, going into the weekend’s games, that they couldn’t face in the second round, that was the Packers. But if there was also one team they were hoping to play, that was probably the Seahawks.
They were here in October. But let’s be honest, you weren’t really paying attention to Seattle three months ago when the Seahawks visited the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field.
In week six of this season the Chicago Bears lost to the Seattle Seahawks 23-20 at home. It was a loss that created some panic among Bears fan
As soon the Packers’ late interception of Michael Vick sealed the certainty that the 8-9 Seattle Seahawks — the worst NFL team to ever win a playoff game — would face the Bears Sunday at noon, the sides of my head started doing what they do…
Tom Brady and his golden arm (and his golden locks … and his golden pair of UGGs) are coming to town. The Bears are in first place at 9-3. And, at 10-2, the New England Patriots can say the same.
The Bears have made vital improvements and have won five consecutive games. However, they’re still not a lock to make the playoffs.
By Connor McKnight– Bears linebacker Lance Briggs missed practice with an ankle injury for the second straight day Tuesday. While it’s not been announced whether the injury will keep Briggs out of Sunday’s game against […]
Hall of Fame NFL Quarterback and Seahawks radio analyst Warren Moon joined Boers and Bernstein to preview Sunday’s Bears and Seahawks matchup at Soldier Field. Moon discussed the Seahawks start to the 2010 season under […]