NFL Highlights: Seahawks 23 – Bears 17 F/OT

12/02/2012

CHICAGO – Russell Wilson’s stellar play late in the game allowed the Seattle Seahawks to beat the Chicago Bears 23-17 in overtime on Sunday at Soldier Field.

Wilson led the Seahawks on a 12-play, 97-yard drive to take the lead with :24 remaining on a touchdown reception by Golden Tate.

Then, after a big Bears completion from Jay Cutler to Brandon Marshall allowed Robbie Gould to hit a game-tying field goal on the last play of regulation, Wilson did it again in overtime. His 13-yard touchdown pass to Sidney Rice capped a 12-play, 80-yard drive and won the game.

Seattle improved to 7-5 on the season, while Chicago dropped to 8-4.

Kevin Kugler and Mark Malone called the action on Westwood One Sports.

(Jay Cutler hits Earl Bennett and the Bears go up 7-0)

(Marshawn Lynch’s 4-yd TD run ties it at 7-7)

(Matt Forte hauls in Jay Cutler’s pass and Chicago takes a 14-10 lead)

(Golden Tate’s 14-yd TD reception puts Seattle ahead 17-14)

(Cutler finds Brandon Marshall on a long completion to set up a game-tying FG try)

(Robbie Gould’s 46-yd FG ties the score at 17-17 and forces overtime)

(Russell Wilson’s 13-yd TD pass to Sidney Rice wins it for Seattle)

(Postgame recap from Kevin Kugler and Mark Malone)

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