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NFL : ATS Matchup
Monday 9/17/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
SEATTLE
 
CHICAGO
+5  

-5  
+170

-200

41.5
 
17
Final
24

SEATTLE (0 - 1) at CHICAGO (0 - 1)
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Week 2 Monday, 9/17/2018 8:15 PM
Board OpenLatest
289SEATTLE43.542.5
290CHICAGO-2.5-4
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
SEATTLE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games0-1-10-01-024.010.0306.0(6.2)3.027.017.0470.0(6.6)3.0
Road Games0-1-10-01-024.010.0306.0(6.2)3.027.017.0470.0(6.6)3.0
Last 3 Games0-1-10-01-024.010.0306.0(6.2)3.027.017.0470.0(6.6)3.0
Grass Games0-1-10-01-024.010.0306.0(6.2)3.027.017.0470.0(6.6)3.0
SEATTLE - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)24.010.013.024:5216-64(4)19-3357.6%242(7.3)49-306(6.2)(12.7)
Opponents Defensive Avg.21.5111729:5422-78(3.6)24-3273.8%262(8)54-340(6.3)(15.8)
Offense Road Games24.010.013.024:5216-64(4)19-3357.6%242(7.3)49-306(6.2)(12.7)
Defense (All Games)27.017.025.035:0832-146(4.6)25-3964.1%324(8.3)71-470(6.6)(17.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.23.58.522.531:0630-157(5.2)22-3759.5%270(7.3)67-428(6.4)(18.2)
Defense Road Games27.017.025.035:0832-146(4.6)25-3964.1%324(8.3)71-470(6.6)(17.4)
SEATTLE - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
 INTFLTODIFF#-MADEPCT#-MADEPCTKR-YDSYPKRPR-YDSYPPRPEN-YDS
Stats For (All Games)2.01.03.00.012-216.7%0-00.0%2-39(19.5)3-11(3.7)7-45
Opponents Avg. Stats Against10.51.53.511-222.7%0-00.0%1-20(19.5)9-2(4.5)6-38
Stats For (Road Games)2.01.03.00.012-216.7%0-00.0%2-39(19.5)3-11(3.7)7-45
Stats Against (All Games)3.00.03.0 12-433.3%0-00.0%0-0(0)2-9(4.5)7-60
Opponents Avg. Stats For202 14-642.9%0-0100.0%0-0(0)5-2(3.3)6-48
Stats Against (Road Games)3.00.03.0 12-433.3%0-00.0%0-0(0)2-9(4.5)7-60

CHICAGO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games0-1-11-01-023.017.0294.0(4.7)1.024.00.0370.0(6.7)2.0
Last 3 Games0-1-11-01-023.017.0294.0(4.7)1.024.00.0370.0(6.7)2.0
Grass Games0-1-11-01-023.017.0294.0(4.7)1.024.00.0370.0(6.7)2.0
CHICAGO - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)23.017.018.033:2227-139(5.1)23-3565.7%155(4.4)62-294(4.7)(12.8)
Opponents Defensive Avg.26122133:3722-104(4.6)29-4269.9%284(6.8)64-387(6)(14.9)
Defense (All Games)24.00.016.026:3818-69(3.8)24-3764.9%301(8.1)55-370(6.7)(15.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.26.58.52032:2321-84(4)27-4068.4%277(7)60-360(6)(13.6)
CHICAGO - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
 INTFLTODIFF#-MADEPCT#-MADEPCTKR-YDSYPKRPR-YDSYPPRPEN-YDS
Stats For (All Games)0.01.01.01.017-741.2%2-00.0%1-18(18)2-45(22.5)5-35
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.50.510.516-745.2%1-00.0%2-46(30.7)29-2(19.3)6-52
Stats Against (All Games)1.01.02.0 13-538.5%1-00.0%3-68(22.7)1-17(17)8-72
Opponents Avg. Stats For00.50.5 13-434.6%0-00.0%2-38(19)8-2(5.7)8-63
Average power rating of opponents played: SEATTLE 15,  CHICAGO 23
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
SEATTLE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/9/2018@ DENVER24-27L3T42.5O16-6419-33-242332-14625-39-3243
9/17/2018@ CHICAGO            
9/23/2018DALLAS            
9/30/2018@ ARIZONA            
10/7/2018LA RAMS            
10/14/2018@ OAKLAND            

CHICAGO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/9/2018@ GREEN BAY23-24L6.5W44.5O27-13923-35-155118-6924-37-3012
9/17/2018SEATTLE            
9/23/2018@ ARIZONA            
9/30/2018TAMPA BAY            
10/14/2018@ MIAMI            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
SEATTLE: Seattle has a flimsy O-line, but QB Russell Wilson is one of the greatest on-the-move passers in league history, not to mention his prowess as a runner. WR Doug Baldwin is a true No. 1 and the only proven asset in the receiving group. After three seasons of RB futility (no Seattle RB reached 250 rushing yards last season), the Hawks have high hopes for first-round draft pick RB Rashaad Penny and RB Chris Carson, who missed 12 games in 2017. The Legion of Boom has been largely dismantled as Seattle parted ways with so many key contributors this offseason'coordinator Kris Richard, CB Richard Sherman, S Kam Chancellor and DL Michael Bennett, to name a few. The outstanding LB duo of Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright will continue to the anchor the defense, while emerging stars DE Frank Clark and DT Jarran Reed will have to rise to the occasion.
CHICAGO: Chicago hired former Chiefs OC Matt Nagy as their head coach, and he has to overhaul the passing game around second-year RB Mitch Trubisky. The Bears had an utterly atrocious receiving corps in 2017 and made major upgrades at WR and TE in the offseason. RB Jordan Howard is argubly football's best zone-scheme runner, and RB Tarik Cohen is a moveable chess piece who will have value as both a big-play threat and a misdirection decoy. Coordinator Vic Fangio has the pieces in place to make Chicago's defense a strength. DE Akiem Hicks is an unheralded game-changer up front, thriving as a pass-rusher as well as a run defender. Retaining CBs Kyle Fuller and Prince Amukamara was a big win in free agency, keeping secondary intact. An NFC-low eight interceptions is a mark Chicago hopes to improve as young safeties Eddie Jackson and Adrian Amos mature.
PREVIEW
Seahawks, Bears look to rebound from opening losses
 

The Seattle Seahawks and the Chicago Bears will try to bounce back from opening-week losses when the teams meet Monday night at Soldier Field.

The Bears (0-1) led the Green Bay Packers 17-0 at halftime and by 20 points in the second half before the Packers roared back in the fourth quarter behind injured quarterback Aaron Rodgers to stun the Bears 24-23 at Green Bay in the latest edition of the storied rivalry.

The Seahawks (0-1) suffered a similar fate after leading at Denver early in the fourth quarter. The Broncos responded with a touchdown and held on for a 27-24 victory.

"It's a big matchup (between) two hungry teams getting ready to go on Monday night," Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said. "The Bears had a terrific game going and then, as we all know, Aaron Rodgers kind of stole the show. They had a really good-looking night going and showed their defense, showed their offense, showed the playmaking, all kinds of good stuff.

"We've seen them and they deserve a lot of respect. It's a great opportunity for us. We've got to get back on track and get rid of all that first week stuff and play a good football game, execute well and see if we can get ourselves a win on the road."

For the Bears, losing at Green Bay was a bitter pill to swallow after dominating the first half. But they showed some promising signs.

The defense, led by new addition Khalil Mack at outside linebacker, accumulated four sacks and five tackles for loss. Mack led the attack with one sack, a quarterback hit and a 27-yard interception return for a touchdown.

Mack will be the second dominant pass rusher the Seahawks face in a week's time after having to deal with Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller.

"They're different style athletes, but they're both extremely effective and really difficult," Carroll said. "Khalil is just a stronger looking guy. He plays in a more at you (style and) brings the attack to you. Von's all over the place. He's so, so athletic and so quick. They're just different style guys, but their effect is very similar."

Miller and the Denver defense sacked Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson six times and forced two interceptions. Wilson finished 19 of 33 for 298 yards and three touchdowns.

This week, The Broncos will be coming after Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, who received mixed reviews of his performance against the Bears.

Trubisky completed 23 of 35 passes for 171 yards but for no touchdowns, and he was sacked four times. He struggled in the second half when the Bears couldn't get much going offensively and failed to provide a response late in the game after the Packers took the lead.

One play in particular was scrutinized this week. A replay surfaced that showed Trubisky neglecting to throw to wide-open tight end Trey Burton in the end zone on a third-and-goal play in the first quarter.

"We just saw that there was a lot of good plays and then there's plays in there too that we can learn from and correct," Bears coach Matt Nagy said. "And that's very natural in his position. With where we're at in this offense, that's going to happen."

Trubisky was aware the criticism and wished he could have the play back, but there's nothing he could do after the fact but learn from it.

"I can't let any game, any play, define who I am as a player or as a person," Trubisky said. "I'm continuing to grow and get better. We want immediate results, everybody -- the media, the fans, myself -- but unfortunately that's not always part of it."

The Seahawks could be without several key players this week.

Linebacker K.J. Wright is still working his way back from arthroscopic knee surgery that kept him out of the opener, wide receiver Doug Baldwin suffered a sprained MCL against the Broncos and guard D.J. Fluker is recovering from a hamstring injury.

Carroll said Wright and Fluker are day to day. Baldwin could miss several weeks.

"Obviously, we all got to step up (with Baldwin out)," said Seahawks wide receiver Brandon Marshall, who had three catches for 46 yards and a touchdown in the opener. "It's hard to replace Doug; you can't replace Doug. What he does, no one else in the NFL can do. I'm just going to continue to be myself."


Last Updated: 11/20/2018 4:02:58 AM EST


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