The Seahawks just had a touchdown pass to Braylon Edwards overturned on review, and the field goal they settled for gave them a 10-7 lead at halftime. The ball was ruled to have hit the ground first, but it wasn’t a clear-cut ruling, as Edwards had a case for controlling it.
Frankly, both teams left chances on the table, as the Bears lack of playmakers not named Brandon Marshall is coming back to haunt them. Earl Bennett caught an early touchdown but also dropped what would have been a huge gain, showing how one-armed they are in the passing game. Marshall has seven of Jay Cutler’s 10 receptions.