One of the high moments of the Chicago Bears' 2010 season came in a playoff win over the Seattle Seahawks this past January. The reigning NFC champions find themselves at their lowest point of this year's campaign, however, with a rematch between the two teams on the horizon.
The spiraling Bears try to end a potentially-crushing three-game losing streak when they host the surging Seahawks Sunday at Solider Field, while also attempting to remain a viable candidate in the conference Wild Card race.
Peter King thinks the Bears will win but not by much:
Toughest game of the week to pick. Bears playing for their playoff lives. Seattle is too, though very few teams have a more difficult last three games than the 'Hawks (at Chicago, San Francisco, at Arizona, which is playing well). I give Rod Marinelli and Lovie Smith the edge in this one, and they'd better be at their game-planning smartest, because there hasn't been a better running back in football over the past six weeks than Marshawn Lynch.