Chicago Bears: Three ways to contain Russell Wilson

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The Chicago Bears have another primetime matchup this week on Monday Night Football. Facing the Seattle Seahawks, the team will have to contain mobile quarterback Russell Wilson to be successful.

The Chicago Bears suffered a demoralizing 24-23 loss last week to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football. That game saw elite quarterback Aaron Rodgers return from a first-half injury to lead his team to a huge comeback.

The Bears face another star quarterback this week in Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks. The team has to find a way to stop him on Monday.

While the Bears must quickly put the heartbreaking loss of week one behind them, the team can learn from some of their mistakes during that game.

Rodgers is a pretty mobile quarterback himself, but he was mainly a pocket passer last week because of injury. The Bears defense will have to be extra aggressive to stop Wilson.

This is the home opener for the Bears in the 2018 season, so the fans will be pumped up and ready to see the team come out and hopefully get the win. It will be important for the Bears to keep the game close to keep the crowd involved, and a big key to that will be keeping Wilson at bay.

There are a few different ways the team can stop Wilson on Monday. Not all of them involve the defense, either. Here are three ways the Bears can contain Wilson on Monday night and come away with a big victory at home.