If the Seachicken's DB's cycle off the adderol they should be slower trying to flush clean.
Arguing on the internet is like winning the special olympics, even if you win your still messed up.
Restore the roar!
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Yea if they gotta lay off the speed juice we could see some different secondary from seattle.
Oct. 17, 2010. Soldier Field, Chicago.
It was on that date, and this hallowed ground, that the NFL seed which has become Kam Chancellor was planted.
And it’s fitting, because the skills that comprise the ample game of the Seahawks’ Pro Bowl strong safety are reminiscent of those safeties who helped make the Bears the Monsters of the Midway: Dave Duerson, Mark Carrier, Gary Fenick and Doug Plank.
Like those Pro Bowl players, Chancellor has become a do-it-all, has-it-all safety: Tough, smart, instinctive, plays the run as well as the pass, and it difficult to determine which he does better.
And it was in the Seahawks’ Week 6 game against the Bears in Chancellor’s rookie season that we first got a glimpse of what was to come. Coach Pete Carroll used the bye week to look at Chancellor at strong safety and saw enough that the rookie stepped into that spot in the three-safety package that the Seahawks call Bandit. Chancellor’s insertion into the lineup allowed veteran Lawyer Milloy to step up and play the hybrid extra safety/linebacker spot.
The Bears didn’t know what had hit them, as Milloy collected one sack, forced another and was generally a disruptive pain in the Bears’ you-know-what as the Seahawks won 23-20.
With the Seahawks preparing for Sunday’s game against the Bears at Soldier Field, Chancellor doesn’t remember that debut of sorts as fondly.
“I had a smaller role back then,” he said. “And I was a little more nervous back then, because I wasn’t really sure of everything I had to do, all my responsibilities.”
Still, it was the beginning of what he has become.
Last season, when Chancellor stepped in as the strong safety on a fulltime basis, he finished second on the Seahawks’ No. 9-ranked defense in tackles (94) and tied for second in interceptions (four).
In a 38-14 victory over the Bears at Soldier Field in Week 15, he had six tackles and forced a fumble.
Chancellor was voted a first alternate to the Pro Bowl and landed on the NFC squad as an injury replacement.
This season, Chancellor is tied for second in tackles (68) on the Seahawks’ No. 5-ranked defense, but leads the unit in ooooh-hits.
At 6-feet-3 and a chiseled 232 pounds, Chancellor always has looked the part. When the Seahawks needed a player to represent them at the Nike-sponsored function to unveil their new-look uniforms in New York City in April, guess who got the gig?
“Kam is just so much more experienced,” defensive coordinator Gus Bradley said when asked about the Kam Chancellor who took the field in Chicago in 2010 and the Kam Chancellor who will take the same field on Sunday.
And Chancellor hasn’t slowed down. He has made so many plays and had such an impact, it makes that fall afternoon at Soldier Field seems a lot longer ago than just two years.
“I feel a lot older than what I am,” he said with a smile. “I feel like I’ve been the league six years already.”
Keys to the Game.
1. Getting the Run Started.
2. Stopping Marshawn Lynch.
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Lynch should get his 100 yards. Just cant let him get past that and control the clock.
Originally Posted by JPosh2012
Marshall sez he wants to go up against the Hawks secondary.
Go Bears, time to show the Danish NFL nation that we're serious about the playoff this year. Game get's broadcasted and there is serious doubt about the Bears after the 49'ers and Texans games, time to generate a new reputation.
I belive the key is:
Stop the run game, force them to throw the ball.
Get our running game going, then start the passing game.
Get possitive yards on first time.
Presure from the front 4.
Get Bennet and Forte involed in the passing game.
This game aint over. Not by a longshot.
Originally Posted by ZifanQ
Even took overtime but we were done in by a QB that scrambled very well . I wonder if some on here think he's "too short" now .
Originally Posted by jackiejokeman
He's been exposed by a smarter D.C. then ours in the future.
Originally Posted by Alf The Ref
Idaho Boss Bear
we should never have gone for it on 4-1 instead of kicking a field goal..that stopped put Seattle in the game and they never looked back...