Even with a loss in Week 1, Chicago Bears fans still had reasons to be excited about their team’s Week 2 matchup against the Seattle Seahawks. The Bears (1-1) showed flashes of potential in Week 1, and carried it over into Week 2, resulting in a 24-17 victory over the Seahawks.
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Once again, the defense dominated, recording six sacks, a number of forced fumbles, and another defensive touchdown on the season. Offensively, they scored a touchdown on their opening drive, and was much more aggressive in the second half of this contest than they were against the Green Bay Packers last Sunday night.
With this win, and a tie between the Packers and the Minnesota Vikings this week, Chicago finds themselves in a great place to jump up in the NFC North standings with another win this coming Sunday. But, let’s not look too far ahead just yet. Let’s just take a look back at what the Bears did versus Seattle, and see just how each position graded in their Monday night victory.