As Bears’ pass rush wanes, so do big plays
(MCT) — CHICAGO — When it has had a fierce pass rush this season, the Chicago Bears defense has racked up takeaways and chased records for return touchdowns.
Minus the pass rush, the Bears look slow and exposed. The hope has to be that Sunday’s 23-17 overtime loss to the Seahawks at Soldier Field was the result of an athletic quarterback catching them by surprise. The Bears were unable to contain 5-foot-11 Russell Wilson and force him to make plays from the pocket.
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