A pair of teams fighting for an NFC wild card spot will square off this weekend as the Chicago Bears welcome in the Seattle Seahawks to Soldier Field on Sunday. The Bears have dropped three straight games on the heels of a five-game winning streak and were the latest team to get "Tebow'ed" after suffering a heart-breaking 13-10 overtime setback in Denver during Week 14 action. The Bears, who were without starting quarterback Jay Cutler and star running back Matt Forte, gave up 10 unanswered points with under three minutes left in the fourth quarter to fall to 7-and-6 on the season. Meanwhile, Seattle has won back-to-back games and four of its last five overall to improve to 6-and-7. The Bears beat the Seahawks, 35-24, the last time the two teams played in the 2010-11 NFC Divisional playoff round.