The Seattle Seahawks play their only home preseason game of 2022 versus the Chicago Bears. Here is all you need to know about Thursday’s game.
We also still have a lot to learn and gather in the Seahawks preseason games. Will Drew Lock and Geno Smith really battle for QB1 status or will Geno once again eat up most of the reps in the first half against the Bears? Lock at least needs a chance to show what he can do against potential NFL starters by playing against the Bears in the first quarter.
We also need to see Seattle’s rookie cornerbacks play well against a team not wearing their own jersey. Tariq Woolen and Coby Bryant were, at best, iffy against the Steelers in preseason game 1.
Finally, can Seattle dominate the game? Oh, I know it’s just the preseason but it’d still be nice to watch the revamped version of the Seahawks smash another team.
Seattle Seahawks vs. Bears: Odds, preview and how to watch preseason game 2
Seahawks Injury Report vs. Bears Preseason game 2
Well, we will see. It’s the preseason so even healthy players might be kept out. The thing to hope for is no presumed key players for 2022 get hurt. But while this might be the preseason games we see assumed starters like Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf play, they won’t play the entire game by any stretch.
Seattle will probably announce a list of players who aren’t going to play before game time but many of these players are likely being kept out just to avoid the risk of being hurt.
Seahawks vs. Bears Odds and Betting Pick for Preseason game 2
Seriously, you can bet on anything as preseason football proves. WynnBET has all the preseason odds you need. For Seattle’s second preseason game of 2022, the Seahawks are favored by 5.5 points in Seattle. The moneyline has Seattle at -250 (if you bet $250 you will win $100) and the Bears at +200 (if you bet $100 you will win $200).
What channel is the Seahawks game on, Preseason game 2 vs. Bears?
Seattle’s game will be broadcast on ESPN, FOX 13 in Seattle and on the ESPN app at 5 p.m. PST/8 p.m. EST. The broadcast crew is Steve Levy (play-by-play), Louis Riddick and Dan Orlovsky (analysts) and Laura Rutledge (sideline reporter).
Seahawks on the radio
The high priest Steve Raible will be joined as always by analyst and former-Seahawk Dave Wyman and on the sidelines will be Jen Mueller. Listen live in the Seattle area on Seattle Sports 710 AM and KIRO 97.3.
Seahawks vs. Bears live stream
Thursday’s Seahawks game can be streamed live on the ESPN app (in case you missed that info above) and Fubo TV. If you haven’t yet signed up for NFL+, now is a good time because you can watch all the Seahawks preseason games on the new platform or if miss them, watch them on instant replay.
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Seahawks next game and schedule
Seattle’s next game will be preseason game 3 on Friday, August 26th at AT&T Stadium in Dallas against the Cowboys at 8 pm PT. Here’s a look at their schedule for the following four weeks, including Weeks 1 and 2 of the regular season!
Week 1: At home versus Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football on September 12th at 5:15 pm PT
Week 2: At the San Francisco 49ers on September 18th at 1:05 pm PT
Week 3: At home versus the Atlanta Falcons on September 25th at 1:25 pm PT
Week 4: At the Detroit Lions on October 2nd at 10 am PT