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Do the Seahawks have any chance against Khalil Mack?

On the latest WCG Radio, Field Gulls’ Jacson Bevens joined me to break down how Seattle’s Russell Wilson can get an edge on a rising Bears defense.

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While the SeahawksRussell Wilson is no Aaron Rodgers, he alone presents an entirely different challenge at quarterback for a Bears defense still trying to make a firm imprint.

As Chicago prepares for it’s 2018 home opener at Soldier Field, they’re in a place where despite Seattle having one of the worst offensive lines in football, they have to figure out how to corral one of the most elusive passers in the NFL in Wilson. Though, as always, if the Bears can run roughshod on the Seahawks’ offensive line, that issue might be as paramount as believed.

To help breakdown the matchup of the Bears’ defense led by planet-eater Khalil Mack against Wilson and a Seahawks offense in pieces, Jacson Bevens of SB Nation’s Field Gulls joined me on the newest WCG Radio. What’s most concerning about Seattle’s offense against the Bears’ defensive front? Why has the offensive line been such a lingering question?

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On this episode of WCG Radio

Jacson Bevens of Field Gulls joins WCG Radio to talk Bears-Seahawks on Monday Night Football.

  • Von Miller and the Broncos ran roughshod on the Seahawks offense: what happened?
  • Whether Seattle has any hope of slowing Mack
  • Do the Seahawks miss Marshawn Lynch, or is it something more?
  • Why the Seahawks’ offense has shifted so much towards Russell Wilson
  • The Chris Carson Experience
  • How Brandon Marshall is fitting in Seattle
  • A discussion on the future of offensive and defensive lines in football
  • Key matchups to watch aside from Mack (no Doug Baldwin?)
  • Game predictions: this one could get ugly if Mitchell Trubisky doesn’t pick it up

Robert is the Editor-in-chief of The Blitz Network, the managing editor of Windy City Gridiron, and writes for a host of other fine publications. You can follow him on Twitter @RobertZeglinski.