Chicago Bears: 5 players who need a big game vs. Seahawks

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In Monday night’s matchup with the Seattle Seahawks, these five Chicago Bears will need to come up big in order to secure a win.

Week 1 is over and done with. It was a tough loss to a bitter rival in the Green Bay Packers, but the Chicago Bears are on to their home opener against the Seattle Seahawks. Yet another primetime matchup awaits the Bears, this time at Soldier Field.

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What a great way to start off the season as a new-look team, under new coaching and with a second-year quarterback looking to take the leap. Two primetime games in a row will certainly tell you a lot about this type of football team.

On Seattle’s side of things, there are many reasons not to overlook a fellow 0-1 team. Obviously, containing quarterback Russell Wilson is atop the priority list for the Bears defense. Offensively, there are some parts of Seattle’s defense the Bears could choose to exploit.

Aside from containing Wilson, the Seahawks do boast some guys Bears fans should be concerned about. But, the Bears have plenty of those types of players as well. Who should the Seahawks be fearing for on Monday night?

There are a couple of obvious names, sure. Let’s take a look at five players on the Bears’ side who need to have big games in order for Chicago to even their record at 1-1 Monday night.