WMBD/WYZZ-TV STAFF - CHICAGO, IL - The Bears blew a late lead, came back to force overtime, but still fell to Seattle in the extra period 23-17.
Russell Wilson drove Seattle 79 yards in overtime and connected with Sidney Rice for the game-winning score.
"Just not the type of football that we play around here. Simple as that.," said Lovie Smith, Bears Head Coach. "Disappointing for all of us. Thank God we have more games to play, to let this bad taste out of our mouths. We are not that type of football team."
"A game like this with two really good defenses going at it, one play could swing a game. Offensively we should have done a better job and not put us in that position," said Jay Cutler, Bears Quarterback.
The Bears play Minnesota next Sunday.
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