For the third year in a row the Seattle Seahawks have come into Chicago and beaten the Bears. They have done it with three different quarterbacks and this time it was the sensational play by a rookie.
Russell Wilson just carved up the Bears in the second half. He was 23-for-37 for 292 yards and two touchdowns. He also had 71 rushing yards on nine carries.
Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall were in sync all game. The two hooked up for 10 catches for 165 yards. Marshall's 56-yard reception at the end of regulation catapulted the team to overtime after a Robbie Gould game-tying kick.
Cutler finished with 233 yards on 17-for-26 with two touchdowns and a 119.6 quarterback rating. Matt Forte had 66 yards on the ground and a touchdown reception. Earl Bennett left the game with a concussion but did have an early touchdown catch.