Mitchell Trubisky, Bears Beat Russell Wilson, Seahawks Behind Dominant Defense
Chicago Bears wide receiver Anthony Miller (17) celebrates a touchdown with wide receiver Taylor Gabriel (18) during the second half of an NFL football against the Seattle Seahawks game Monday, Sept. 17, 2018, in Chicago. (AP Photo/David Banks)

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Matt Nagy is no longer winless as a head coach in the NFL.  

Nagy’s Chicago Bears moved to 1-1 with a 24-17 victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Monday at Soldier Field. Chicago’s defense dictated play with its pressure, forced two turnovers and scored a touchdown. On the other side, Mitchell Trubisky overcame two interceptions with 200 passing yards and two touchdowns.

Seattle was driving to potentially tie the game in the final seven minutes, but Prince Amukamara’s pick-six of Russell Wilson helped put the game away.

           

What’s Next?

Both teams face NFC foes in Week 3, with Chicago on the road against the Arizona Cardinals and the Seahawks hosting the Dallas Cowboys.

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