The Seattle Seahawks dominated the Chicago Bears in a 34-6 win to improve their preseason record to 2-1, and quarterback Russell Wilson put together an excellent performance.
The Seattle Seahawks steamrolled their competition once again with a 34-6 victory over the Chicago Bears on Friday.
They held a 34-0 lead until the last six minutes of the game when the Bears kicked two field goals to avoid the shutout.
Quarterback Russell Wilson had himself an excellent game with 202 yards and two touchdowns on 15-for-20 passing while adding 23 yards on the ground with a touchdown on just four carries.
Wide receiver Jermaine Kearse led the team in receiving yards with 63 on four catches to go with a touchdown catch. Percy Harvin added another 61 yards on three receptions.
On defense, cornerback Jeremy Lane led the way with six tackles, an interception and three pass deflections.
Like the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl, the Bears offense looked pedestrian when playing the Seahawks. Quarterback Jay Cutler threw an interception and did not throw a single touchdown pass.
Running backs Matt Forte and Ka’Deem Carey also had forgettable performances, and the Bears were held to 51 total rushing yards.
Wide receivers Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery performed solidly though as they caught four passes apiece for 37 and 45 yards respectively.