NFL Picks And Predictions Week 15: Seahawks Vs. Bears

The Bears and Seahawks are battling for their playoff lives on Sunday.

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.

Every ESPN.com expert save for one picks the Bears to handle the Seahawks. It's the same over at CBSSports.com where four of the five experts think Chicago will win.

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.

For more on the Bears head over to Windy City Gridiron. For more on the Seahawks, check out Field Gulls. Follow the rest of preseason week two at SB Nation NFL.

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