January 16, 2011 by staff
Soldier Field, Teams are very different from those who gathered at week 6 in a 23-20 victory in Seattle “Soldier Field.”The biggest change is that the Seahawks see in film studies is the offense Bears, who became much more balanced since attempting 45 assists and 14 points in the first game. Chicago offensive coordinator Mike Martz has been patient with the ground game, and it has borne fruit in terms of pass protection for QB Jay Cutler. But Martz is a man of the game, and it will take a lot of restraint not to revolt against the pass against a defense that gave up 397 meters last weekend at the New Orleans Saints. During this time, the bears will see a Seattle offense that has mixed things of the past two weeks and did a good job of breaking patterns while finally making progress on the ground. QB Matt Hasselbeck is coming off an excellent game in which he received great protection, receivers expected to be released and was very specific. But a fast start is crucial, because it tends to turn the ball over in pieces when they are forced to play from behind and tries to make course too.
It was a scary moment on Sunday when Chicago Solider Field Seahawks TE John Carlson was carted off with an apparent head injury. But it seems Carlson could have avoided a very serious injury.
Carlson was injured midway through the first quarter when he went down head first on the bench after being catapulted into the air at the end of a 14-yard reception. Carlson lay motionless on the ground for several minutes as medical personnel rushed to his side. He was immobilized and attached to a panel before it was loaded onto a cart and taken off the field.
The Seahawks announced Carlson had feeling in his extremities and was carried by a precautionary measure. It is a positive sign that clearly Carlson spoke with the medical staff as they loaded on the truck. Carlson will not return to the game
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