Seahawks 23, Bears 17: Even worse than the spanking at San Francisco was the home loss Dec. 2 to the Seahawks. The Bears had a seemingly safe 14-10 lead with 3:40 remaining and the Seahawks 97 yards away from the end zone. But rookie quarterback Russell Wilson unbelievably engineered a go-ahead drive. Then, after the Bears got a miracle throw from Jay Cutler to Brandon Marshall to tie the game with a Robbie Gould field goal as time expired, the defense melted again in overtime. Wilson drove the Seahawks 80 yards for a score on the opening possession and the Bears have been reeling since.
Brian Cassella, Chicago Tribune
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