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« on: October 07, 2019, 11:42:25 PM »
CHICAGO (AP) — Khalil Mack once again put on the sort of havoc-wreaking show the Chicago Bears envisioned when they traded for the superstar pass rusher.Even better for them newbielink:https://www.theseahawksfanshop.com/Rasheem-Green-Jersey [nonactive] , they came away with the victory this time.Mack had one of six sacks against Russell Wilson, Prince Amukamara returned an interception 49 yards for a touchdown and the Bears beat the Seattle Seahawks 24-17 Monday night to give coach Matt Nagy his first career victory.Mack sprinted out of the tunnel to a neat ovation prior to his first appearance at Soldier Field since a blockbuster trade from Oakland just over two weeks ago. That deal happened after he held out the entire offseason and preseason seeking a contract extension from the Raiders rather than play under the final year of his rookie contract. Chicago gave him a six-year, $141 million extension that guarantees $90 million — the richest deal ever for an NFL defensive player.Mack also had the crowd roaring with a strip-sack in the first half, smacking the ball out of Wilson’s hand as he wound up to pass, and he consistently pressured the quarterback. It was more of the same from last week, when he had a strip-sack and interception return for a TD at Green Bay, except there was one key difference.The Bears came out on top after blowing a 20-point lead against a hobbled Aaron Rodgers in a loss to the Packers.“That’s a great feeling,” Mack said. “We took it over the top.”Amukamara jumped the route on a pass intended for Rashaad Penny near midfield for his first career touchdown newbielink:https://www.theseahawksfanshop.com/Will-Dissly-Jersey [nonactive] , making it 24-10 with 6:37 left. It was his first interception since 2015 with the New York Giants.Danny Trevathan then stripped Wilson with his second sack of the game. The Bears’ Leonard Floyd recovered the fumble, and Chicago hung on after blowing a 20-point lead in a season-opening loss to a hobbled Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers.“I’m just really looking forward to the future of this team and seeing how we respond not only to tough losses like Green Bay, but how do we respond to a good win for us,” said Nagy, who replaced the fired John Fox. “Sometimes those are just as hard.”The Seahawks (0-2) lost for just the second time in nine Monday night games under coach Pete Carroll.“We’re still a work in progress,” he said.WILSON STRUGGLESWilson has been sacked six times in each game this season. With the Bears applying constant pressure and his receivers struggling to get open, the four-time Pro Bowl quarterback completed 22 of 36 passes for 226 yards with two touchdowns and an interception.But Wilson focused more on the two TDs Seattle scored in the fourth quarter, though the last one came in the closing seconds.“The fourth quarter showed us who we are and who we can be. … I don’t think we’re far off by any means newbielink:https://www.theseahawksfanshop.com/Michael-Dickson-Jersey [nonactive] ,” he said. “I think the margin of error is really small. I’m normally optimistic, you guys know, but I really mean that. I think that’s the situation we’re in.”Chicago’s Mitchell Trubisky was 25 of 34 for 200 yards. The No. 2 overall pick in last year’s draft, Trubisky threw touchdown passes to Trey Burton on Chicago’s first possession and rookie Anthony Miller early in the fourth quarter. But he was also intercepted two times by Shaquill Griffin — on a deep ball that was underthrown and on another throw tipped at the line.“I’m really proud with how he handled himself from Play 1 until the end of that fourth quarter,” Nagy said. “His attitude was great. He didn’t worry about anything. And so that’s growth right there.”URLACHER HONOREDThe Bears presented longtime linebacker Brian Urlacher with his Ring of Excellence for being inducted into the Hall of Fame.KENDRICKS’ DEBUTLinebacker Mychal Kendricks had a sack after signing with Seattle on Friday.Kendricks pleaded guilty last week to insider trading charges in Philadelphia. His sentencing is expected in January.Kendricks signed a one-year contract with Cleveland in June after playing last year with Super Bowl champion Philadelphia. The Browns released him after the charges were filed.NATIONAL ANTHEMSeahawks defensive tackle Quinton Jefferson and offensive tackle Duane Brown stayed off the field during the national anthem, something they did in the opener and preseason.INJURIESBears: RB Tarik Cohen (ankle) and DT Akiem Hicks (knee) walked off gingerly with two minutes left after he was hurt rushing the quarterback. But neither player thought their injury was serious.UP NEXTSeahawks: Host Dallas on Sunday.Bears: Visit Arizona on Sunday. The Seahawks lost to the Cowboys 24-22 on Saturday night and their offensive approach in that game has been the subject of much discussion over the last couple of days.A central talking point has been the team’s reliance on the run game despite the fact that they weren’t having much success moving the ball on the ground. During an appearance on 710 ESPN on Monday, head coach Pete Carroll said he didn’t disagree with the notion that they have “to adjust a little bit quicker” when things aren’t working as planned.He did take issue with people who have heaped criticism on offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer after the loss, however.“That’s a bunch of garbage newbielink:https://www.theseahawksfanshop.com/Alex-Mcgough-Jersey [nonactive] ,” Carroll said. “What a terrific football season we had. This was the second-highest scoring team in the history of the franchise I think — c’mon, and we outran everybody and we did not turn the ball over. We almost set an all-time NFL record for fewest turnovers in a season. That’s discipline and tactics and approach and all that. I get it, everybody feels bad about it. Brian’s a helluva coach and he does a great job and he did a great job with our guys throughout the season and will continue to.”It will be a while before the Seahawks offense gets a chance to show they can adapt to adverse circumstances, but it certainly sounds like Schottenheimer will be the guy calling the plays when it happens.