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2018 Schedule
0-2, 3rd in NFC West
2h

Bears-Seahawks recap; Josh Gordon trade

The crew weighs in on the Bears' defense, Carson Wentz's return and hit the waiver wire. Plus, what does the Josh Gordon trade mean for other Patriots WRs?

2h

The Right Time: Bo on Vontae quitting, Gordon to the Pats and more

Bomani lets loose on Vontae Davis retiring mid-game (:39) as well as the Browns giving up on Josh Gordon and sending him to New England (17:29). Plus, kicking the 0-2 teams while they're down (31:14), a fresh edition of IYHH (44:22) and your stories of when you "quit" your job mid-shift just like our man Vontae (55:38).

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Pete Carroll tells 710 ESPN Seattle that X-rays were negative on center Justin Britt's shoulder. He's having an MRI Tuesday. Britt missed the final drive of Seattle's loss to the Bears after injuring his shoulder while going after a fumble on a strip-sack of Russell Wilson. Carroll said he's hopeful that linebackers Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright will be available for this week's game against Dallas, but he wasn't certain. Cornerback Tre Flowers should be back this week, Carroll said, but he wasn't as confident about receiver Doug Baldwin, saying it'll likely be a bit longer.

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Linebacker Mychal Kendricks played 54 of 66 defensive snaps in his first and — depending on the appeal of his suspension — possibly his only game with the Seahawks Monday night. Pete Carroll said the reason Seattle mixed in a three-safety look was to ease some of the burden on Kendricks, who only practiced twice with the team upon signing last week.

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Rashaad Penny played 20 offensive snaps and got 10 carries to Chris Carson's 19 offensive snaps and six carries against Chicago Monday night. That was a surprise given how Pete Carroll had said that Carson had taken the lead in the Seahawks' tailback competition. He said postgame that part of the reason for Carson's light usage was that injuries at other positions forced him to play more on special teams, which left him "a little gassed." Carson played only two snaps on special teams. Carroll then told 710 ESPN Seattle that he misread the situation, saying he did think Carson looked tired but that he hasn't realized that Carson had been pulled off of some special teams duties by coordinator Brian Schneider because he was running the ball well.

0:25

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Cornerback Shaquill Griffin helped keep the Seahawks in Monday night's game against Chicago with a pair of interceptions. That doubled his total from his rookie season last year. It's a nice start to what he said was his offseason goal, and plays like that are how Griffin can go from good to great. "That's the main thing I wanted to work on this year was actually getting the ball in my hands," he said.

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The Seahawks managed only 80 yards of total offense and a field goal through the first three quarters of their loss to the Bears, then 196 yards and 14 points in the fourth. Slow starts are an all-too familiar problem for Seattle's offense, and it was especially pronounced Monday night. "For some reason it's always been like that," receiver Tyler Lockett said. "We've just got to figure out how to get it going in the first half."

Bears' defense comes up big against Seahawks (0:58)
Wilson: We're young and going to figure this out (0:26)

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Chris Carson only carried six times for 24 yards Monday night even though coach Pete Carroll said last week that he'd separated himself in the team's tailback battle from Rashaad Penny. Carroll's explanation: Carson was "a little gassed" after having to play more on special teams due to injuries at safety and linebacker. Carroll said he also wanted to see more of Penny, who led the way with 30 yards on 10 carries. "He'll play more," Carroll said of Carson. "There was nothing about his play that kept him out of there. We didn't get enough chances and I wanted to get Rashaad going a little bit and see where he is ... in his development."

Carroll: 'We're a work in progress' (0:33)
Seahawks flip the script with dropkick kickoff (0:31)
17h

Mack, Amukamara lead Bears over Seahawks 24-17

Khalil Mack had one of six sacks against Russell Wilson, Prince Amukamara returned an interception 49 yards for a touchdown and the Chicago Bears beat the Seattle Seahawks 24-17 Monday night to give coach Matt Nagy his first career victory.

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It's going to be a long season if the Seahawks' offense keeps operating the way it did in Seattle's 24-17 loss to the Bears on Monday night. Russell Wilson was off, throwing a pick six as part of his down night; pass-protection was again sub-par; and the play-calling left a lot to be desired, especially when it came to abandoning the run and not finding ways to ease the pressure on Wilson. And no, Doug Baldwin's absence doesn't explain all or even most of that. The Seahawks, now 0-2, need to find some answers before they host Dallas at home next week.

Mack makes his presence known in first half (0:54)
Trevathan strip sacks Wilson, Bears recover (0:54)
Amukamara takes INT to the house (0:39)

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The Seahawks will need some more fourth-quarter magic from Russell Wilson if they're going to come back to beat the Bears. They're off to a nice start as Wilson capped an 11-play, 75-yard drive with a touchdown pass to Tyler Lockett. It took going hurry-up for Seattle to generate its first touchdown drive of the night. Wilson set an NFL record with 19 touchdown passes last season and played excellent late in games. He'll need to do it again tonight.

Wilson floats perfect TD pass to Lockett (0:34)
Shaquill Griffin picks off Trubisky twice in first half (0:51)

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Seahawks offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer talked this week about how he needs to do a better job of sticking with the run after Seattle handed off to its tailbacks only 14 times in the opener even though the game was close throughout. Well, Chris Carson and Rashaad Penny have combined for only eight attempts while Russell Wilson has thrown 20 times through three quarters. It's not as though this game is out of hand, either. So much for all the moves the Seahawks made this offseason to revive their running game.

Team Stats

Passing Yards222.022nd
Rushing Yards69.029th
Points For20.5
Points Against25.5Tied-20th

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2018 Draft Picks

RD(PK)PLAYERPOSSCHOOL
1(27)Rashaad PennyRBSan Diego State
3(15)Rasheem GreenDEUSC
4(20)Will DisslyTEWashington
5(4)Shaquem GriffinOLBUCF
5(9)Tre FlowersSOklahoma State
5(12)Michael DicksonPTexas
5(31)Jamarco JonesOTOhio State
6(12)Jake MartinOLBTemple
7(2)Alex McGoughQBFlorida International