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Bears vs Seahawks: Live updates from Monday Night Football

Bears vs Seahawks is underway live from Soldier Field!

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A beautiful TD pass from Russell Wilson pulls the Seahawks to within 7.

Bears and Seahawks trade punts...


Bears lead the game 10-3 at the half.

A strip sack by Khalil Mack leads to a Seattle punt. The Bears offense needs to get going.

A tipped Trubisky pass is intercepted.

Trubisky with a terrible throw that is intercepted.

Sack by Eddie Goldman and Khalil Mack


The Bears drive down the field and score on a shovel pass from Mitch Trubisky to Trey Burton.

Nice scramble to keep the chains moving.

Seattle moved the ball a bit, but the Bears’ D held and forced a punt. Tarik Cohen fair caught the ball inside the 5 yard line.


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The Bears are starting Roquan Smith at inside linebacker alongside Danny Trebathan tonight!

We have the Bears vs Seahawks in about an hour so here are the inactives for both teams.

Chicago Bears:

FB Michael Burton

S DeAndre Houston-Carson

OLB Isaiah Irving

OLB Kylie Fitts

OL Rashaad Coward

WR Javon Wims

DL Nick Williams

The only surprise for Chicago is rookie UDFA Kevin Tolliver II is active. Also active is TE Daniel Brown.

Seattle Seahawks:

CB Tre Flowers

LB Bobby Wagner

LB K.J. Wright

WR Doug Baldwin

OL D.J. Fluker

OL Jordan Simmons

S Delano Hill


The Chicago Bears and the Seattle Seahawks each dropped their 2018 season openers, but they both had chances to win during the game. The Bears played dominating football early against the Packers, then lost the lead, but still had the ball late with a chance to win, and the Seahawks went back and forth against the Broncos before their last drive sputtered.

The winner of Monday night’s game will climb even at 1-1, while the loser limps to 0-2 and has their postseason odds plummet. In the last nine years, teams that started 0-2 only made the playoffs 5.6% of the time (6-of-108).

Time, TV channel, and streaming info

Date: Monday, September 17, 2018

Time: 7:15 p.m. CT (Coverage starts at 6 p.m.)

Location: Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois

TV: ESPN Monday Night Football

Announcers: Joe Tessitore (play by play), Jason Witten and Booger McFarland (color) and Lisa Salters (sideline)

Local Radio: WBBM 780 AM and 105.9 FM, and in Spanish on Latino Mix 93.5 FM and Univision 1200 AM

Other Radio: Sirius XM, Tune-In, Westwood One

Online: Game Pass and

Mobile: Mobile Applications

Weather: Mid 70s and clear at kickoff [NFL weather]

Odds: Bears -3.0 [OddsShark]

SB Nation Seahawks site: Field Gulls

Bears vs. Packers prediction: Bears 29 - Seahawks 12 via Oddshark

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