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Bears Bites: '13 Seahawks vs. '85 Bears Debate Rages

Also, Jay Catler hits the field during the Kitten Bowl

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Bears Bites: '13 Seahawks vs. '85 Bears Debate Rages

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Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman talks to reporters, Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014, before NFL football practice in Renton, Wash. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

In our first post-Super Bowl edition of Bears Bites, we take a look at which member of the Seattle Seahawks could suit up for the Bears in a few seasons, whether the 2013 Seahawks stack up with the 1985 Bears, and review how Kyle Long played in his rookie season.

  • We start out with a couple of thoughts on where the Seahawks stack up to the 1985 Chicago Bears, who went 15-1 and won Super Bowl XX over the New England Patriots in blowout fashion. We discussed which team had the more dominant performance in their respective championship game yesterday, but Elliot Harrison breaks down the overall question of who has the better defense in more detail. [NFL.com]
  • There is one player from the ’85 Bears that thinks there isn’t even a debate to be had: Otis Wilson. Who does he think is better? The answer isn’t much of a surprise. [CSN Chicago]
  • Could Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman be a Chicago Bear in a few years when he becomes a free agent? Don’t dismiss that question too quickly, says Mike Imrem. [Daily Herald]
  • How did Bears right tackle Kyle Long fare in his rookie year with the team? Michael C. Wright takes a deeper look at the Pro Bowl tackle’s performance. [ESPN Chicago]
  • Want a quick primer on some of the players that could be on the Bears’ radar in the 2014 NFL Draft? Matt Eurich has some answers for you, and helps you get to know a slew of players who could be playing in the Windy City next year. [Bleacher Report]
  • Did you watch the Kitten Bowl on Sunday afternoon? If you did, you may have recognized a familiar name when the felines were introduced, as Jay Catler took to the field. [Chicago Sun-Times]
  • The Super Bowl on Sunday was reportedly the most watched-television program of all-time, according to Nielsen ratings. [Chicago Tribune]

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