Six Biggest Moments of the Bears Loss to Seattle

Seattle beat Chicago 23-17 in overtime. Here's where things went right, and then went wrong.

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Marshawn Lynch fumbled on the opening Seattle drive, giving the Bears the ball at midfield. Chicago took advantage of a big catch by Brandon Marshall to get in scoring position. Earl Bennett flew through the air for a touchdown. (Photo by David Banks/Getty Images)
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In the waning seconds of the first half, Braylon Edwards made a touchdown catch -- except he didn't. The catch was overturned because the ball hit the ground first, and Seattle only picked up a field goal on the drive. (Photo by David Welker/Getty Images)
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Starting from their own 6, the Bears looked to be three-and-out. However, a penalty on Seahawks rookie Bruce Irvin gave the Bears a fresh set of downs. They marched down the field, ending in a Jay Cutler to Matt Forte touchdown. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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With short time on the clock, Russell Wilson march the Seahawks down the field as the Bears defense suddenly looked tired. Wilson, who finished the day with 293 yards, hit Golden Tate for a touchdown to the put Seattle ahead with just 24 seconds. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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But the Bears offense still had some fight. Jay Cutler hit Brandon Marshall for a 56-yard pass, followed by a 46-yard field goal by Robbie Gould to put the game into overtime. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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The rookie Wilson was calm in overtime, and again, he marched the Seahawks down the field, ending in a game winning touchdown pass to Sidney Rice. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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