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SEAHAWKS AT BEARS
When: Sunday, 10 a.m. PST, Soldier Field, Chicago
Records: Seahawks 6-7 and tied for second in NFC West; Bears at 7-6 and third in NFC North / Streaks: Seahawks have won four of their past five; Bears have lost three in a row
TV: Fox (channel 13 in Seattle), with Chris Myers, Tim Ryan and Jaime Maggio / Radio: 710 ESPN and 97.3 FM, with Steve Raible, Warren Moon and Jen Mueller
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Take a look at what our special contributors have to say about your team in this week's edition of the NFP Friday Forecast.
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The Brokung One, sadly.
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In trying to get a bead on tomorrow's matchup against the Chicago Bears, you might stumble across the fact that Chicago's defense is giving up 358.2 yards per game, ranking them 20th in the league in that particular stat. Which might encourage one to anticipate an easy game tomorrow.
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Marshawn Lynch is on the verge of making a little bit of history, but will have to negotiate the NFL’s 10th-ranked rushing defense in order to do it.
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Over the past four seasons in Seattle, there's been more talk in the newspapers, blogs and on sports-talk radio about the NFL draft than the previous twenty years combined. Certainly the 4-12 and 5-11 records in 2008 & 2009 had something to do with it, but the advent of fantasy football, the NFL Network's broadcast of the rookie combine, and ESPN's broadcast of the draft, has piqued interest as well.
12/16: Forget the skeptics, the Seahawks will win - Blog - MyNorthwest.com
Four experts, including ESPN analyst Tim Hasselbeck and 710 ESPN personalities Brock Huard, Bob Stelton and Dave Grosby, all chose the Chicago Bears to defeat the Seahawks this Sunday. But, Mike Salk isn't about to jump on that bandwagon. While the Bears defense is always a daunting task to face, their offense is dismal without starting quarterback Jay Cutler, running back Matt Forte, and possibly wide receiver Devin Hester. During Friday's Wrap Up video Salk explains why the Seahawks will win, and why the 12th Man will be basking in the glory of victory come Monday.
K.J. Wright is only a rookie, and a fourth-round draft pick at that, but his ability to pick things up quickly is allowing him to not only play linebacker for the Seahawks but make plays.
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One thing stood out when Tarvaris Jackson talked about his first game at Soldier Field during his rookie season in 2006: the biting cold. "I was the third quarterback that day, and they took the first-string guy out and the second-string guy got hurt," Jackson recalled. "I’m on the sideline with my little clipboard, and all you can see is my eyes because I’ve got a mask on and I’m all covered up with a big jacket. "It was the coldest I’ve ever been."