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Bears Look to Get Back to .500 in Seattle

Two teams gunning for their second straight win will meet when the Bears travel to Qwest Field to take on the Seahawks.  The Bears haven’t won back-to-back games this season, but will have the chance this week after beating the Oakland Raiders 17-6 in Week 10.  Rex Grossman threw for 142 yards and a touchdown in place of Brian Griese, who suffered a sprained left shoulder late in the first half.  Grossman will get the start this Sunday.  The Bears are 4-and-5 and in third-place in the NFC North.  The Seahawks come in with a one-game lead in the NFC West.  Seattle blasted the San Francisco 49ers 24-0 on Monday Night Football to improve to 5-and-4.  Matt Hasselbeck threw for 278 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the win.  The Bears eliminated the Seahawks from last year’s postseason with a 27-20 overtime victory in the NFC Divisional round.


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