In what I thought was their most complete game of the season, the Seahawks won their second straight game by defeating the Chicago Bears. The score was 30-20 when I went down to the field. The passing offense once again was impressive, with Matt Hasselbeck throwing for more than 300 yards. Mo Morris did a nice job at RB and now raises the question of whether or not Shaun Alexander should just wait until he is 100 percent healthy to come back. For the second straight game, Morris had a rushing TD. D.J. Hackett had a career day. The defense, unable to get to Rex Grossman in the first half, did a nice job of pressuring him in the second, with Patrick Kerney getting a forced fumble for the second straight game. Leroy Hill was good coming off his hamstring injury, and as I mentioned in yesterday's blog, Deon Grant had some big plays that warranted mention. The Seahawks remain a game ahead of Arizona in the division. I'll provide postgame stuff when I come back up.