Chicago pressured Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson all night long, sacking him six times, including one by Mack, who already has two on the season. They did the same to Rodgers last week, actually knocking him out of the game at one point, before his late-game heroics. Wilson could not get comfortable all night long, as the Seahawks' loss was sealed on Prince Amukamara's 49-yard interception return for a touchdown late in the fourth.
The mobile quarterback for Seattle had that one turnover, but threw for 226 yards and two touchdowns, as his team dropped to 0-2 on the young season. He had to fight off Mack the entire game, as the former Oakland Raider forced a fumble and chased down Wilson all night long in his Soldier Field debut. This comes one week after he had a forced fumble and an interception returned for a touchdown in his Bears debut last week at Lambeau Field.
Amukamara's interception took place with 6:37 to play, helping his team overcome blowing a 20-point lead last week. It was his first interception since 2015 as a member of the New York Giants.
Seattle fell for just the second time in nine Monday night games under head coach Pete Carroll. They will look for their first win in Week 3, as they play host to the Dallas Cowboys in the their home opener. Meanwhile, the Bears head out to the desert to battle the lowly Arizona Cardinals.