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Seattle vs Chicago Week 13 Capsule



STREAKS 5 of past 7  
COACHES VS. OPP. Carroll: 3-2 Smith: 4-3
LAST WEEK L 24-21 at Dolphins W 28-10 vs. Vikings
LAST GAME 12/18/11: Seahawks 38 at Bears 14. Seattle scores 31 2nd-half points as Seahawks CB Brandon Browner (42) & DE Red Bryant (20) each produce INT-TDs. 
BROADCAST FOX (12:00 PM CT): Chris Myers, Tim Ryan, Jaime Maggio (Field reporter). Dial Global Radio: Kevin Kugler, Mark Malone. SIRIUS: 139 (Sea.), 135 (Chi.). XM: 228 (Chi.). 


PASSING Wilson (R): 178-280-2,051-17-8-93.9 Cutler: 174-286-2,002-13-11-81.1
RUSHING Lynch: 231-1,051 (3L)-4.5-5 Forté: 158-683-4.3-3
RECEIVING Rice: 37-524-14.2-6 Marshall: 81 (3L)-1,017 (2C)-12.6-8 (T1C)
OFFENSE 316.7 299.1
TAKE/GIVE +2 +13 (T1C)
DEFENSE 309.4 (3C) 307.0 (3L)
SACKS Clemons: 8 Melton, Peppers: 6
INTs Sherman: 4 Jennings: 8 (1L)
PUNTING Ryan: 47.7 (3C) Podlesh: 42.3
KICKING Hauscka: 69 (24/25 PAT; 15/18 FG) Gould: 89 (29/29 PAT; 20/24 FG)


SEAHAWKS: QB RUSSELL WILSON has completed 51 of 80 (63.8 pct.) for 539 yards with 7 TDs vs. 1 INT for 107.2 rating in 3 games vs. NFC North. Aims for 4th in row with 125+ rating. In past 3, has completed 49 of 70 (70 pct.) for 585 yards with 7 TDs vs. 0 INTs for 128.6 rating. 1st rookie in NFL history with 3 consecutive games with 125+ rating…RB MARSHAWN LYNCH has 100+ rush yards in 4 of past 5. In past 5, has 502 yards (100.4 per game) & 3 TDs. Since Nov. 2011, leads NFL with 1,992 rush yards, 236 more than 2nd place (ARIAN FOSTER). Has 3 rush TDs in 2 games vs. Chi. RB-PR-KR LEON WASHINGTON had 98-yard KR-TD last week, his 8th career KR-TD, tied for most in NFL history. Ranks 3rd in NFL with 31.9 KR avg…WR GOLDEN TATE has 4 TDs (3 rec., 1 pass) in past 3 overall & 4 TDs in past 3 vs. NFC North. WR SIDNEY RICE has 5 TDs in past 6…DE CHRIS CLEMONS has 14 sacks in past 18. Rookie DE BRUCE IRVIN leads NFL rookies with 7 sacks. Rookie LB BOBBY WAGNER leads team with 89 tackles. Had 1st career INT last week…BEARS: QB JAY CUTLER had 2 TDs, 0 INTs & 111.3 rating in 2010 Div. meeting (1/16/11). Also rushed for 2 TDs. Incl. playoffs, when he has 100+ rating, his teams are 26-0…RB MATT FORTÉ had 134 scrimmage yards in Div. Has 867 scrimmage yards & needs 133 to reach 1,000 for 5th consecutive season. RB MICHAEL BUSH had 2 rush TDs last week, his 2nd 2-TD game this year…WR BRANDON MARSHALL has 65 catches for 803 yards (100.4 per game) & 7 TDs in past 8. Is 5th player in NFL history with 1,000+ rec. yard-season with 3 different teams. In 12/3/06 game vs. Sea. (with Den.), Marshall caught 71-yard TD from Cutler…Bears have allowed 175 points (15.9 per game), 2nd fewest in NFL. Defense has 7 INT-TDs, tied for 3rd most in season in NFL history. CB CHARLES TILLMAN leads NFL with 7 FFs & ties for NFL lead with 2 INT-TDs. LB LANCE BRIGGS also ties for NFL lead with 2 INT-TDs. Since entering NFL in 2003, Tillman has 35 FFs, most by DB. Is only player with 30+ INTs (32) & 30+ FFs in that span. CB TIM JENNINGS leads NFL with 8 INTs, incl. 3 games with 2 INTs. DE JULIUS PEPPERS had sack & FF in last meeting.

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One Response to “Seattle vs Chicago Week 13 Capsule”

  1. Kenny says:

    After a terrible disappointing loss to Miami, this is a game the Seahawks need to win-esp. if Sherman and Browner get suspended for 2-4 games after this wk. I am not okay with our loss to miami but if we win the bears game, then it actually works out better for us in regards to NFC tiebreakers. But the Seahawks better learn to win a road game and the defense should come out angry this week as the bear’s O-Line is decimated.

    On a side note, how come we keep getting Tim Ryan calling our games? They should be sending Kenny, Goose and Moose to call this game. TB @ Denver and Sea @ Chi are the best NFC match ups on SUnday

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