​The rest of the NFC North should be shaking in their boots. After the Bears blew a 20-point lead to the Packers last week, many were questioning this team's moxie. 


Well, don't question it anymore. 


With the Seahawks in town, this team had the chance to make a statement. Led by Khalil Mack, Prince Amukamara and the rest of the defense, they did just that win a convincing 24-17 win. 

Defense, defense, defense. What else can you say about this team. Sure, the Seahawks made things 24-17 late, but let's be real, it was a garbage time touchdown. 


In the first half, Seattle was held to a 56-yard field goal from Sebastian Janikowski. Other than that, nothing. Oh and Russell Wilson was running for his life once again. Yeah, things were bad, with Mack leading the charge. 

The play of the night easily was Amukamara's 49-yard pick-six, which came with the Bears clinging to a 17-10 advantage. 


On offense, Mitchell Trubisky finished with two touchdown passes, going to Trey Burton and Anthony Miller.


In the end, it wasn't the prettiest of wins, but the Bears made the plays necessary to silence Pete Carroll and Co. Solider Field was rockin' this evening and the fans are able to go home with a win for the good guys.