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DR. Z'S FORECAST SEAHAWKS AT BEARS
Michael Silver
January 15, 2007
Great defensive teams usually have a run-the-ball outlook, but could Chicago be tempted by the prospect of easy pickings against the Hawks' crippled secondary? I doubt it. The Bears don't have the wideouts, and there's always the chance Rex Grossman will blow sky high. It's almost a given that Chicago's D will overmatch a Seattle offense that has Matt Hasselbeck and Shaun Alexander at less than full efficiency. I'll give Seattle more of a chance against Chicago than other people will. Still.... BEARS 26, SEAHAWKS 17
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January 15, 2007

Dr. Z's Forecast Seahawks At Bears

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Great defensive teams usually have a run-the-ball outlook, but could Chicago be tempted by the prospect of easy pickings against the Hawks' crippled secondary? I doubt it. The Bears don't have the wideouts, and there's always the chance Rex Grossman will blow sky high. It's almost a given that Chicago's D will overmatch a Seattle offense that has Matt Hasselbeck and Shaun Alexander at less than full efficiency. I'll give Seattle more of a chance against Chicago than other people will. Still.... BEARS 26, SEAHAWKS 17

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