Bears' LB Bruce Irvin takes down Seattle QB Russell Wilson.

The Chicago Bears pulled off a remarkable comeback against the Seattle Seahawks Sunday, coming out with a 25-24 road win in snowy conditions at Lumen Field. And the Seahawks were leading that game 24-14 after three quarters, but weren’t able to hang on. In that fourth quarter, Chicago started with a 25-yard field goal from Cairo Santos, then Seattle started with a drive that ended in a missed field goal. The Bears (linebacker Bruce Irvin, a former Seahawk, is shown above following a sack of Seattle QB Russell Wilson) responded with a turnover on downs, but the Seahawks punted after that, and Chicago then got a touchdown on a pass from Nick Foles to Jimmy Graham, completed a two-point conversion on a pass from Foles to Damiere Byrd, and then forced a turnover on downs to end the game. Here are some of those highlights:

With this result, the Bears and Seahawks are both now 5-10 on the season. But that’s a trend upwards for the Bears, who had lost their last three games. We’ll see where both teams go from here.

[ESPN; photo from Joe Nicholson/USA Today Sports]

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Andrew Bucholtz has been covering sports media for Awful Announcing since 2012. He is also a staff writer for The Comeback. His previous work includes time at Yahoo! Sports Canada and Black Press.