|Written by Michael|
Bet on the NFL The top of the NFC North, the Chicago Bears (11-5) will host the top of the NFC West and the only team in the NFL playoff season with a losing record, the Seattle Seahawks (7-9). The ‘hawks shocked the nation when they took down the reigning Super Bowl Champs, the New Orleans Saints in Wild Card weekend, final score 41-36.
When placing your SuperBowl bets note that in their last meetup, the Seattle Seahawks took down the Chicago Bears on their own turf. In Week 6 of the regular NFL season the Seahawks beat the Bears n Soldier field at 23-20. If the Falcons can take this game then it will be their first 3game consecutive win since 2007, and right now the ‘hawks are nothing but focused on winning the NFC. This week marks Seattle coach Pete Carroll’s year anniversary of rejoining the NFL. In a single year he has changed the franchise unrecognizably. Despite those same odds, the Seahawks were still able to take down the Saints as the overwhelming underdogs. They also need to make it all the way to the Bowl to break out of a losing record and reach an even .500. So you can count on the fact that Carroll will be pulling no stops to make his first year back in the NFL a most memorable one.
Online Sportsbook lists the Seattle Seahawks as the overwhelming underdogs with minus 10, and the over under at 41.
But note, the Chicago Bears have had a very strong season, however. They are also coming off a bye week during Wild Card Weekend, when the Seahawks were giving the Saints all they got. The Bears have the second best record in the NFL this season. Taking a look at their main man, Jay Cutler, he has completed 60.4 percent of his passes for 3,274 yards with 23 touchdowns and 16 interceptions, being sacked 52 times. He is finally making his first appearance in the playoffs in 4 seasons with the Bears. When betting on football note that Chicago averaged 20.9 points and 289.4 yards per game, compared to the Seahawks’ 29.6 points and 304.8 yards per game.