Rookie Rashaad Penny ended the night as Seattle's leading rusher with 10 carries for 30 yards, while Chris Carson had six carries for 24 yards. Chicago had four sacks against the Packers. They had Wilson flustered and eventually took advantage.
Mitchell Trubisky didn't impress his opponent during Monday night's 24-17 victory over the Seattle Seahawks. Instead, he was trying desperately to escape Mack, who was one of Chicago's top defensive players.
Coming up empty on the opening drive did Seattle no favors, however, as its tired defense needed all the help it can get with Wagner and Wright, rookie cornerback Tre Flowers and second-year safety Delano Hill all inactive.
Wilson is now the first quarterback to be sacked 11 times within the first two games of the season since Chad Henne was in 2014.
Like their first game against Green Bay, the Bears started quickly on offense, and even went ten yards further. The first-round draft choice this spring is averaging just 2.2 yards per rush.
The defenses took over and turned the game into a battle of field position in the third quarter.
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Despite the loss for the Bears, the team is optimistic about its defense with the addition of All-Pro linebacker Khalil Mack. But three Seahawks penalties for 23 yards were a killer, and Mitch Trubisky capped the 10-play drive with a 3-yard touchdown pass to Trey Burton with 3:11 remaining in the first quarter.
The Seahawks' offense had just 80 yards to its credit after three frames, at least partially the impact of being without Baldwin.
That's when the Seahawks' offense woke up.
A 25-yard field goal by Cody Parkey increased Chicago's lead to 10-0 with 1:07 to go in the first half.
After the game, days after he said Carson had proven in his scant work the previous week in the opening loss at Denver that he was the starter, coach Pete Carroll explained Carson got "gassed" against the Bears. So, when he entered the fourth quarter down just one score all hope was not lost - until it was.
Wilson and the offense got going in the fourth quarter, driving down the field to score on a great catch by Tyler Lockett in the back of the end zone, but just when Seattle looked like it was ready to start moving the ball, turnovers became a problem, with Prince Amukamara intercepting Wilson and returning it for a touchdown, and later with Wilson getting sacked and fumbling for a second turnover in as many possessions. He passed to Will Dissly for a 2-yard touchdown with 14 seconds to go, but the Seahawks' onside kick was unsuccessful and the Bears ran out the clock. Seattle let Dickson show what he could do in that situation with a dropkick, but the Bears recovered and escaped with the win.