The Bears got back to their winning ways last week, but they’ve had problems with the Seahawks in the past.
Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell’s passing scheme is predicated on play action off of inside-zone run looks.
Brandon Marshall is prepared with a heightened level of excitement for his Sunday showdown at Soldier Field with two of the best cornerbacks in the NFC.
The Bears’ reshuffled offensive line can’t really be worse, but it’s also one that will need to keep it simple.
If the season were to end today, Seattle would travel to Chicago for a Wild Card round matchup. Granted, a lot of shuffling can – and will – happen over the next six weeks, but this Sunday is a huge game for both teams.
This week’s game against the Seahawks has “trap” written all over it and Russell Wilson gives his team the ammunition to make the upset a reasonable possibility.
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll expects to have his starting cornerbacks available this Sunday in Chicago.
Tillman suffered the injury in the second quarter of Sunday’s 28-10 win over the Minnesota Vikings.
The Bears were outplayed and badly outcoached in their Monday night loss at San Francisco.
Week 10 features some intriguing matchups, none larger than the Sunday Night match-up at Soldier Field featuring two 7-1 squads.
Russell Wilson and Marshawn Lynch had all the answers for Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings.
The NFL is looking to create parity across the league, but 2012 is starting to look a lot like 2011.
When 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh declined a Seahawks penalty in the endzone that would have resulted in a safety late in the fourth quarter last night, he did more than just alter the score of San Francisco’s win.
Here’s my take on how Week 4 will shake out.
Bears fans are expressing relief in the wake of a tentative deal between the NFL and the union that will get the real referees back on the gridiron.
The NFL will not fine Packers players who criticized the NFL and replacement officials on Twitter following Monday night’s debacle in Seattle.
Still seething about a controversial , decisive call that went against the Green Bay Packers in Seattle, Aaron Rodgers used his weekly radio show on Tuesday to dismiss the NFL’s explanation for the replacement officials’ decision.
That statement challenges the prevailing opinion of NFL analysts, enthusiasts, I’m sure some coaches, most general managers, and probably every starting quarterback these days.
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Las Vegas oddsmakers say $300 million or more changed hands worldwide on a controversial referee call that decided the Monday Night Football game between the Green Bay Packers and the Seattle Seahawks.