Category Archives: Seattle Seahawks

Credit the Offensive Line but Beware the Blitz

Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune comments: on the performance of the offensive line yesterday: “What has marked this turnaround season has been consistent defensive performances and an improving offense. The offensive line, which was overrun by the Seahawks in … Continue reading

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Game Comments: Bears V. Seahawks, January 16, 2011

Defense The Bears came out with lots of single coverage with nickel personnel.  They did a good job doing, it, too. A key to the defensive effort was the ability of the Bears to stop the run with seven in … Continue reading

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Playoff Atmosphere More Intense at Soldier Field or on Saturn? And Other Points of View.

Bears Mike Mulligan at the Chicago Sun-Times explains where the money generated by the playoff games goes. Matt Bowen at the Chicago Tribune teaches us about beating the edge blitz. Dan Pompei at the Chicago Tribune makes the fine distinction … Continue reading

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Young Bears Have to Match Playoff Intensity

Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune quotes Bears wide receiver Johnny Knox: “People say they play harder in the playoffs.  To me, it’s just like a regular-season game. It’s going to mean a lot. One of my biggest games that … Continue reading

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Jay Cutler Dazzles with His Usual Rainbows and Sunshine at the Podium And Other Points of View

Bears David Haugh at the Chicago Tribune writes about Jay Cutler‘s attrocious behaviour with the media and, indirectly, the fans.  For those who wonder why the national media will seem to be biased against the Bears: “By now we in Chicago … Continue reading

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To Blitz or Not to Blitz? That is the Question for the Seahawks.

Mike Sando at ESPN recently broke down the defensive stats for the Seattle Seahawks while pointing out the dilemma that they face on Sunday against the Bears: “Back in that Week 6 game at Soldier Field, Seattle rushed at least … Continue reading

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Marshawn Lynch or Mario? And Other Points of View

Bears Michael C. Wright at ESPNChicago.com goes into detail about how the Bears need to handle the blitz Sunday. Steve Rosenbloom at the Chicago Tribune thinks that the Bears should still clean house if they lose Sunday. Mike Mulligan at … Continue reading

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Seahawks Peaking at the Right Time for the Right Reason

Want to know why the Seahawks are such a dangerous team? Danny O’Neil at the Seattle Times implies that the Seahawks are playing their best football because they’ve had their backs against the wall the last few weeks: “‘When it … Continue reading

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Mike Williams Is a Bad Matchup for the Bears

Fred Mitchell at the Chicago Tribune quotes cornerback Tim Jennings on the problems that the Bears defense face with Seattle wide receiver Mike Williams, who ripped them for 10 catches for 123 yards last time they played: “For me it’s … Continue reading

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Why the Bears Missed Briggs Against Seattle and Other Points of View

Bears The Chicago Tribune‘s Brad Biggs gives insight into some offensive line technique via coach Mike Tice: “Really, just looking at the footwork of Chris [Williams], there were a couple of times (against the Seahawks) where he spread his feet … Continue reading

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