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The Chicago Bears will open their home slate of action on Monday night against the Seattle Seahawks. For only the second game of the season, this one sure feels big. Monday night marks the first real opportunity to see how new head coach Matt Nagy and this young Bears team reacts to adversity. Do they let a brutal loss to the Packers set the tone for the season, or do they come out throwing hay-makers?
I will be curious to see if Nagy comes out and calls a game that uses less trickeration and more staples of his offense. The Seahawks defense is a mere shell of what it once was, and this feels like the kind of game where you can punch them in the mouth. Jordan Howard and the running game looked pretty good last week, so that is something to keep an eye on as well.
The Seattle Seahawks have started the year 0-1 heading into Week 2. Facing the Broncos in Denver is a brutal way to start any season, but it’s not as if Seattle will have a cakewalk in Chicago against the Bears for Monday Night Football, either.
Despite a heartbreaking loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night, the Bears proved they are a team to be taken seriously. Chicago has always been historic when they have a brutal defense, and right now it looks as if they might just have one.
Anchored by recently acquired Khalil Mack, the Bears defensive front harassed Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers the entire first half. They even managed to take Rodgers out of the game for a quarter after injuring his knee during a sack.
The Bears may have faltered late against the Packers on the road, but now they return home to play in front of one of the most passionate fan bases in the NFL. The Chicago faithful will be extra riled up as Bears legend Brian Urlacher will be honored for his recent induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The Seahawks have their work cut out for them Monday night. Seattle’s offensive line allowed six sacks against the Broncos last Sunday. Although a couple of those were on quarterback Russell Wilson for not throwing the ball away, it was clear right tackle Germain Ifedi was outclassed by linebacker Von Miller.
Ifedi will have his work cut out for him against Khalil Mack – a former Defensive Player of the Year in his prime – in Chicago. Seattle will have to game plan specifically for Mack by giving Ifedi some help. Wilson must also do his part by throwing the ball away instead of trying to always make the spectacular play.
The Seattle Seahawks play their best when the lights of primetime shine the brightest. Since the Pete Carroll era began in 2010, the Seahawks are an astonishing 21-4-1 in primetime games.
The Seahawks are also exceptional during Monday Night Football matchups. Not only has Seattle won 11 of their last 12 Monday night games, they also have the highest winning percentage on the iconic broadcast.
Chicago has become somewhat of a home-away-from home for the Seahawks as well. Not only are they 3-0 at Soldier Field under Carroll, but the Seahawks are the only non-divisional opponent to beat the Bears in Chicago in three straight seasons (2010-2012).
The Bears defense has the makings of something special, but they are also susceptible to allowing explosive plays. They gave up three touchdown passes to an injured Aaron Rodgers in the fourth quarter alone last week. It will be a hard fought battle, but the experience of Seattle in prime time will help give them the edge. The country saw last week how difficult it is to secure a win on a nationally televised game without it when the Bears blew a 20-0 lead.
After an entire offseason and preseason setting the primary goal for 208 as running the ball, after hiring new coordinator Brian Schottenheimer and line coach Mike Solari to restore the rushing offense, it’s time for the Seahawks to do what they’ve set out to do. Make opponents defend both the run and the pass. Make edge rushers read their keys. Have blockers fire out at defenders. Run the ball.