- Nashville, TN 37213
|Josh Martin, LB||Out|
|Marcus Maye, S||Out|
|Kelvin Beachum, OT||Questionable|
|James Carpenter, G||Questionable|
|Neal Sterling, TE||Questionable|
|Kendrick Lewis, S||Out|
|Marcus Mariota, QB||Questionable|
|Jack Conklin, OT||Out|
|Taylor Lewan, OT||Out|
|Nick Williams, WR||Questionable|
|Points Per Game||30.0||20.0|
|Points Allowed Per Game||18.5||22.0|
|Pass Yards Allowed||234.0||270.0|
|Rush Yards Allowed||87.0||134.0|
Russell Wilson was sacked six times against the Bears and didn't try to run the ball. The Seahawks are now in a 0-2 hole with few answers on offense.
Khalil Mack speaks with Lisa Salters after the Bears sacked Russell Wilson six times en route to victory.
Instead of a normal kickoff, the Seahawks send out punter Michael Dickson, who utilizes a dropkick to attempt to pin the Bears further back.
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.
The Seattle Seahawks' Michael Dickson took advantage of an antiquated rule to drop kick a pair of kickoffs on Monday night.
Khalil Mack creates pressure near the goal line, leading to an Eddie Goldman sack. Later on, Mack strip sacks Russell Wilson.