The Bears take on the Seattle Seahawks for the first time since 2007, when they travel to Qwest Field for a 4:05 ET affair. Of course we all know about the QB situation in Seattle, Matt Hasselback might be able to go and if not Seneca Wallace will go.
Hasselback could beat you with his arm and Wallace could beat you with your legs. Last week when QB Seneca Wallace came into the game for the injured Matt Hasselback he immediately threw a one yard touchdown pass. The Seahawk possessions after that were punt, punt, INT, punt, turnover on downs, game over.
Players Who Will Step Up:
1) RB Matt Forte- This pick is simple because the Seahawks let Frank Gore run for 207 yards, including two touchdown runs of 75 yards plus, which means Matt Forte should have a break out day. I mean Forte was playing against some tough run defenses in Green Bay and Pittsburgh, give the guy a break.
2) WR Devin Hester- He should do well on offense, because the Seahawks will be looking for Greg Olsen and Johnny Knox all day, which means Hester will be open more than covered.
3) DE Mark Anderson- He should get plenty of playing time no matter if Alex Brown plays or not, look for Anderson to get at least a couple of sacks. He looks like a much improved player.
4) LB Lance Briggs- He is now the captain of the defense and he will be looking to get an interception on Sunday, watch out for the captain Lance. He will be the leading tackler on defense for sure.
Keys To The Game:
The Bears defensive line looks back and if that’s true then they will have a big week against Seattle. Seattle is one of the toughest places to play in the NFL and Seattle is a much better team this season, but their dealing with a lot of injuries.
If the Bears can play as well as they did last week and some more than they should be able to take care of business on the road.
Bears 28, Seahawks 17. Bears Win!