Seattle Seahawks vs. Chicago Bears NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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The NFL regulars season Week 2 action concludes with Monday Night Football on September 17th as the Chicago Bears will host Seattle Seahawks. The Bears and Seahawks get things started from Chicago at 8:15PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Chicago Bears favored by -3 points with the over under line set at 43 points.

Seattle will be without veteran wide receiver Doug Baldwin who has a partial MLC tear in his knee and there is no return date. He is a key target for Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks offense. The Seattle offense made a good showing in a 27-24 road defeat at the Denver Broncos as a three point underdog. Seattle was able to move the football through the air on the Broncos defense for 242 yards. It could have been better as the Seattle Seahawks maligned offensive line allowed six sacks. Seattle was hoping to get their run game going again which was an integral part of their success early in the decade as the team was competing for Super Bowls. Rookie Rashaad Penny was a disappointment rushing for only eight yards on seven carries. Seattle is rebuilding on defense going with a youth movement. Seattle allowed 470 yards to the Denver offense with 324 passing. Seahawks failed to hold a fourth quarter lead on the Broncos allowing a four yard touchdown pass by Case Keenum with eleven minutes remaining.

Chicago enters Monday Night Football after a second half collapse to their division rival Green Bay Packers. Bears blew a 20-0 lead in the third quarter giving up the final 24 points in the final 19 minutes of the game in defeat. Chicago quarterback Mitch Trubisky hit on 23 of 35 for 171 yards with no touchdowns and no picks. Team struggled in the red zone going 1 of 4 in the loss. Chicago did have success on the ground running for 139 yards on 27 carries. Bears struggled in pass defense allowing 301 yards through the air with three touchdown passes.

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