If you’re not ready to be done with week two football just yet, fear not as Monday Night Football is almost upon us to wrap up the week. Tonight we have an NFC battle between teams that both lost close games in week one. The Chicago Bears are at home, hosting the battered Seattle Seahawks and looking to bounce back from giving up a 20-point lead to the Green Bay Packers a week ago.
The Seahawks would normally have posed a great challenge in recent years, but departures across the defense and a glut of injuries must have Matt Nagy and Mitchell Trubisky licking their chops for a juicy matchup. Two of Seattle’s best defensive players, linebackers Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright, are out for the game, along with wideout Doug Baldwin. The secondary is a M*A*S*H unit as well, with three key players either doubtful or questionable for the game.
Tune in for tonight’s game and join us to discuss in the comments.
Seattle Seahawks (0-1) vs. Chicago Bears (0-1)
Seattle in week 1: lost 27-24 @ Broncos
Bears in week 1: lost 24-23 @ Packers
Monday, September 17, 2018
7:15 PM Central Time (8:15 Eastern)
TV Broadcast: ESPN
Online Streaming: ESPN.com or ESPN app
Radio Broadcast: Westwood One Sports
All-Time Head-to-Head Record
Regular season: Seahawks lead 11-4-0
Playoffs: Bears lead 2-0
Week 3 2015: @Seahawks 26, Bears 0
OUT: WR Doug Baldwin, LB Bobby Wagner, LB K.J. Wright
Doubtful: CB Tre Flowers, OL D.J. Fluker, S Delano Hill
Questionable: CB Shaquill Griffin
OUT: S DeAndre Houston-Carson