CHICAGO — Wilson threw for 293 yards, ran for 71 and was particularly cool down the stretch.
As if losing weren’t enough for the Bears, they added a few more names to a rather lengthy injury list.
Urlacher (hamstring) and Jennings (shoulder) were hurt on the winning drive.
Receiver Earl Bennett, who got flipped head over heels crossing the goal line on an early touchdown catch, sat out the second half with a concussion, and safety Chris Conte left the game with an illness. The Bears had already ruled out return specialist Devin Hester (concussion) and guard Chris Spencer (knee) after they were injured against Minnesota. Throw in the torn ACL guard Lance Louis suffered against the Vikings, and the Bears were a short-handed group.
Jay Cutler threw for 233 yards and two touchdowns. Brandon Marshall added 165 yards receiving, but the Bears ultimately came up short.
“We don’t lose many games like that here — as long as I’ve been here and having a lead that late in the fourth quarter,” Cutler said.
Notes: The Bears are 64-11 under Smith when they go into the fourth quarter with a lead. ... Seahawks G James Carpenter suffered a knee injury. Carroll said X-rays showed no breaks, but he was scheduled for a scan during the week. ... Seattle outgained Chicago 459 358 in yards.
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