The Seattle Seahawks pulled off an impressive overtime win at Chicago against the Bears in Week 13, winning by a score of 23-17.
Rookie quarterback Russell Wilson threw two late touchdowns—one to Golden Tate in the fourth quarter and one to Sidney Rice in overtime—to lead his team to victory. He didn't turn the ball over once against the Bears vaunted defense.
Marshawn Lynch ran for 87 yards and one touchdown, and Wilson pitched in with 71 yards on the ground.
Rookie linebacker Bobby Wagner was all over the field making plays for the Seahawks, and he finished the game with 11 tackles and one sack.
The Seahawks improved to 7-5 on the season and will host the Arizona Cardinals in Week 14, while the Bears fell to 8-4 and will travel to face the Minnesota Vikings next Sunday.
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