Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright brings down Bears running back Kahlil Bell during the first half.
CHICAGO – Red Bryant ran away from the Bears after his third-quarter interception.
The same could be said for the rest of the Seahawks, who scored 31 consecutive points in the second half, coming back to beat the Bears 38-14 on Sunday afternoon at Soldier Field in a game that not only sustained, but improved Seattle’s playoff chances.
Best moment of the game? Seeing Bryant lumber across the goal line. Are you still watching the Seahawks?