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Behind Enemy Lines: Seahawks/Bears, Part 1

In Part One of this four-part series, Seahawks.NET's Doug Farrar and's John Crist begin their back-and-forth with five questions from Doug to John. How has Lovie Smith changed the culture at Halas Hall, who's this Rex Grossman guy anyway, and why is Chicago's running game slow to start?

Doug Farrar, Editor-in-Chief, Seahawks.NET: In his first two seasons with the Bears, head coach Lovie Smith turned a 5-11 doormat into an 11-5 contender. Now, Chicago might be the best team in the NFC. How much of this can be attributed to Smith’s influence, and what does he bring to the organization? John Crist, Editor-in-Chief, Smith said all the right things to Bears fans at... Recommended Stories

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