Chicago Bears 5 takeaways from victory over Seahawks

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5. The Chicago Bears defense was all over the ball

Another great sign for the Chicago Bears was how the defense swarmed over the ball. This was how we’re used to seeing the Monsters of the Midway.

This defense was all over the Seahawks. They sacked Seattle quarterbacks three times and they forced three fumbles, recovering one of them.

Dominique Robinson once again impressed. He had two tackles, a quarterback pressure, and a quarterback hit. He is developing just nicely so far and is on his way to becoming a key asset to the defense.

The defense also had two goal-line stands that were successful. The Seahawks entered the red zone three times and only came away with just one score.

The Bears defense didn’t give up a first down in the first quarter. In fact, the Seahawks had only 17 total yards in that quarter. Also, it wasn’t until there were 29 seconds left in the third quarter before they allowed a score.

Between halftime of the game against the Chiefs and the field goal made by Seattle before the end of the third quarter, the defense allowed zero points while the offense scored 43 points.

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Usually, the defense develops quicker than the offense. This defense looks like it’s in mid-season form already. Hopefully, that continues into the regular season.