Red Zone Week 3: Can the ‘Hawks get back on track against the Bears?

Posted on: September 26th, 2018 by
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Global viewers last week: 2-2

Here’s what our anchors think this week.

Squire Barnes: The Seattle offensive line is still a problem but the Bears have much bigger issues. No Jay Cutler, no chance at CenturyLink. Now that Kam Chancellor is back, the Bears’ task is even more overwhelming.

Seattle 35 Chicago 7Cardinals 24 49ers 21Broncos 31 Lions 21Packers 34 Chiefs 20

LAST WEEK: 2-2
OVERALL: 2-2

Barry Deley: Seattle will shred a really bad Chicago defence, and the Seahawks defence won’t have many problems with the Bears – who will be without Jay Cutler.

Seahawks 34 Bears 13Cardinals 31 49ers 10Broncos 28 Lions 20Chiefs 10 Packers 38

LAST WEEK: 2-2
OVERALL: 2-2

Jay Janower: Welcome back Kam, thanks for showing up…you won’t be needed against the Cutler-less Cubs, as the Hawks feast on the Bears.

Seahawks 31 Bears3Cardinals 31 49’ers 24Broncos 34 Lions 31Packers 35 Chiefs 10

LAST WEEK: 2-2
OVERALL: 2-2

Jay Durant: A thorough smashing to right this ship with the return of Kam Chancellor.

Seahawks 34 Bears 10Cardinals 37 49ers 13Broncos 24 Lions 17Packers 31 Chiefs 20

LAST WEEK: 1-3
OVERALL: 1-3

Shanel Pratap: Seattle will be itching to put a beat down on the Bears, who are without their quarterback, and have a very suspect defence, which has given up 40 points a game so far.

The Seahawks are a 15-point favourite, and shouldn’t have any problems against a bad football team. It’s just what the Hawks need to get back on track.

The return of Kam Chancellor will be a huge boost, as the team’s biggest leader returns from his hold out.

Seahawks 37 Bears 10Cardinals 34 49ers 17Lions 27 Broncos 24Chiefs 17 Packers 31

LAST WEEK: 3-1
OVERALL: 3-1

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