Seahawks vs Bears Odds, Trends & Spreads

Seahawks-Bears Spread

In the 2020 NFL season, the Seattle Seahawks led the NFC West division with 12 wins and four losses. The Chicago Bears placed second in the NFC North with eight wins and eight losses.

It may be necessary for bettors to look into the statistics mentioned above when deciding which team to bet on.

However, other factors should be considered, like betting trends and performances in previous matchups.

Seahawks vs. Bears Stats

2018 NFL Season Match

The Seahawks faced the Bears on Monday Night Football in Week 2 of the 2018 NFL season. The matchup was held at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois.

The Bears scored the first touchdown in the first quarter and followed up with a field goal in the second. The Seahawks also scored a field goal, ending the first half at 10-3 in favor of the Bears.

Neither team scored in the third quarter, but each achieved two touchdowns in the fourth. The game ended with the Bears winning at 24-17.

2020 NFL Season Performance

Seattle Seahawks

  1. Atlanta Falcons - 38-25(W)
  2. New England Patriots - 35-30(W)
  3. Dallas Cowboys - 38-31(W)
  4. Miami Dolphins - 31-23(W)
  5. Minnesota Vikings - 27-26(W)
  1. Arizona Cardinals - 34-37(L)
  2. San Francisco 49ers - 37-27(W)
  3. Buffalo Bills - 34-44(L)
  4. Los Angeles Rams - 16-23(L)
  5. Arizona Cardinals - 28-21(W)
  6. Philadelphia Eagles - 23-17(W)
  7. New York Giants - 12-17(L)
  8. NY Jets - 40-3(W)
  9. Washington Football Team - 20-15(W)
  10. LA Rams - 20-9(W)
  11. San Francisco 49ers - 26-23(W)

Postseason Match:

NFC Wild Card - LA Rams-20-30(L)

Chicago Bears

  1. Detroit Lions - 27-23(W)
  2. NY Giants - 17-13(W)
  3. Atlanta Falcons - 30-26(W)
  4. Indianapolis Colts - 11-19(L)
  5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 20-19(W)
  6. Carolina Panthers - 23-16(W)
  7. LA Rams - 10-24(L)
  8. New Orleans Saints - 23-26(L)
  9. Tennessee Titans - 17-24(L)
  10. Minnesota Vikings - 13-19(L)
  1. Green Bay Packers - 25-41(L)
  2. Detroit Lions - 30-34(L)
  3. Houston Texans - 36-7(W)
  4. Minnesota Vikings - 33-27(W)
  5. Jacksonville Jaguars - 41-17(W)
  6. Green Bay Packers - 16-35(L)

Postseason Match:

NFC Wild Card - New Orleans Saints-9-21(L)

Seahawks vs. Bears Betting Trends

2018 NFL Week 2 Betting Odds

Moneyline: Bears -172, Seahawks +158

Point spread: Bears -4.5, Seahawks +4.5

Over/Under: 42.5

Winner: Bears (24-17)

Spread: Bears (+2.5 ATS)

O/U: 41 (Under -1.5)

Seahawks vs. Bears All-Time Series

From 1976 to 2018, the Seahawks and the Bears played against each other 18 times. This record includes two postseason matchups in 2007 and 2011.

The Seahawks led the series with 11 games won against the Bears, who trailed with seven games won.

2020 NFC Standings

The Seattle Seahawks, under head coach Pete Carroll, held a 12-4-0 record in the 2020 NFL regular season. This record placed the Seahawks first in the NFC West division.

The Seahawks also qualified for the 2020 playoffs, starting with a Wild Card match against the LA Rams. The Rams won the game at 30-20.

On the other hand, the Chicago Bears, led by head coach Matt Nagy, placed second with an 8-8-0 record in the NFC North.

The Bears also qualified for the playoffs, playing against the New Orleans Saints in a Wild Card match. However, the Saints won 21-9.

2020 NFL Season Notable Players

Seattle Seahawks

  • Russell Wilson
  • Chris Carson
  • D.K. Metcalf

Chicago Bears

  • Mitchell Trubisky
  • Khalil Mack
  • Allen Robinson

How to Place Bets on the Seahawks vs. Bears Odds


This method is a straightforward bet in which the bettor predicts which team will win the match outright. Odds with a minus (-) sign signify the favorites, and those with a plus (+) sign indicate the underdogs.

The following NFL odds show a typical moneyline bet:

  • Chicago Bears -172
  • Seattle Seahawks +158

The Chicago Bears are the favorites at -172 odds. If you bet $172 on the Bears, you win $100 if the team wins. If you root for the Seahawks at +158 odds, a $100 bet will earn you a $158 return if the Seahawks win.

Point Spread

In spread betting, a team you bet on needs to win by a certain number of points against the opponent. Take the following betting lines as an example:

  • Las Vegas Raiders -2.5
  • Denver Broncos +2.5

The minus (-) sign denotes the Raiders as the point favorites. If you bet on the Raiders, the team has to win by three or more points over the Broncos for you to win the bet.

On the other hand, if you choose the Broncos, the team needs to win the match straight up or lose by no more than two points for your bet to win.


Bettors may place bets on whether the combined score of both teams goes over or under a predetermined score set by sportsbooks.

For example, in a Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers match, the O/U is set at 47.5. If you place an “over” bet, the total combined score must exceed 47 points. If you bet “under,” the total score must be 47 points or fewer.

Prop Bets

One way to make betting exciting and fun is through prop betting. These bets are placed on milestones that may or may not be affected by a game’s final outcome. Examples of prop bets include:

  • Which team picks a running back during the first round of the NFL Draft?
  • Will Aaron Rodgers surpass his last season’s total passing yardage?
  • Will a player in an offensive line become next season’s MVP?
  • Will Deshaun Watson achieve 10 interceptions next season?
  • Will any team score in the first five minutes of the Super Bowl?