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2018 Schedule
1-1, 3rd in NFC North
Bruschi impressed with Bears (0:44)
Josina: Bears supportive of Trubisky developing at 'own pace' (0:50)

How Bad Is The Seahawk's O-Line?

Dan Le Batard, Papi and Michael Smith question if last night was more about the Bears D or the Seahawks O-Line, if it was a big deal that Antonio Brown was a "no-show", how confident are you that Josh Gordon and the Pats are a good fit and much more.


What is Going On In Pittsburgh?

Bomani and Pablo discuss Antonio Brown not attending meetings and film review, question if Khalil Mack makes the Bears a "good team", if last night proved that Pete Carol and the Seahawks are done and much more.


Bears-Seahawks recap; Josh Gordon trade

The crew weighs in on the Bears' defense, Carson Wentz's return and hit the waiver wire. Plus, what does the Josh Gordon trade mean for other Patriots WRs?


Trey Burton, Bears TE

David Kaplan talks with Bears TE Trey Burton about last night's win over Seattle, his touchdown catch, watching the Bears defense and looking ahead at the Cardinals.

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4dFrancis Okupa

NFL Africa Zone: The 'Split Decision' Edition

The second week of the NFL season brought us high scoring offenses (Hi Patrick Mahomes!), more ties (Oh Green Bay...) and some impressive performances by Africa's players.

McFarland: Mack makes everyone else better (1:32)

Mack, Amukamara lead Bears over Seahawks 24-17

Khalil Mack had one of six sacks against Russell Wilson, Prince Amukamara returned an interception 49 yards for a touchdown and the Chicago Bears beat the Seattle Seahawks 24-17 Monday night to give coach Matt Nagy his first career victory.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bears defense is for real. Chicago harassed Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson the entire night, sacking him six times and recording a pick six in the Bears' 24-17 victory. There is still concern that Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky continues to struggle taking shots down the field, but on this night, the defense was able to finish off the mediocre Seahawks.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bears announce that all-purpose back Tarik Cohen is questionable to return with an ankle injury.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

It has to be disappointing to the Bears to only lead 10-3 at halftime. Chicago outplayed Seattle in every phase in the 1st half, but a pair of Mitchell Trubisky interceptions allowed the Seahawks to stay in the game. After a hot start, Trubisky played an underwhelming 2nd quarter. The second-year quarterback's passer rating sits at 56.7. The Bears need better from the former second overall pick.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is outplaying Seattle's Russell Wilson thru 1 quarter. Trubisky's passer rating: 131.0. Wilson: 61.8. Trubisky continues to thrive early in games when head coach Matt Nagy is going off his play script.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bears announced that rookie Roquan Smith will start at inside linebacker vs. the Seahawks. Smith played only 8 snaps in last week's regular season opener at Green Bay.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Chicago Bears inactives vs. Seattle: safety DeAndre Houston-Carson, fullback Michael Burton, linebacker Isaiah Irving, linebacker Kylie Fitts, offensive lineman Rashaad Coward, wide receiver Javon Wims and defensive tackle Nick Williams.

Zach Miller working his way back to the field (6:54)
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4dPaul Gutierrez

Gruden: No Mack trade regrets despite 0-2 start

While Jon Gruden has bemoaned the lack of a pass rush through two winless games in his return to the NFL, the Oakland Raiders coach said he has no second thoughts on trading Khalil Mack to the Chicago Bears on Sept. 1.

Team Stats

Passing Yards170.029th
Rushing Yards112.514th
Points For23.5Tied-13th
Points Against20.512th

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