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Bears take early lead off Seahawks turnover

Jay Cutler AP

The Bears just took a 7-0 lead on an Earl Bennett touchdown, and they’re holding their breath as trainers take a look at wide receiver Brandon Marshall on the sidelines.

After spending a few minutes with trainers, Marshall walked away, which is a good sign for a team which is short on receiving targets anyway.

The Bears got out front as they often do, by taking advantage of a turnover. Marshawn Lynch’s fumble gave them field position, and despite one pass tipped into the air, Jay Cutler moved his team downfield.

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1 Response to “Bears take early lead off Seahawks turnover”
  1. themackstrong says: Dec 2, 2012 2:33 PM

    Some serious questionable calls again in this game. That fumble, I have seen whistles blown far earlier. The punt return Weems muffs it and the official blows the whistle signaling Bears recovery when the ball is till live. Overturning the Edwards TD catch at the end of the half after ruled TD?? Wow amazing, Hawks still lead by 3.

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