Bears Twitter account is already getting attacked by the Seahawks

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The Bears are in for an uphill battle this Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks. The two-time defending NFC champs are looking to right their season, and the Bears look prime for the taking.

While the on-field action may not start until Sunday, the Bears are already defending themselves against attacks from Seahawk nation.

After an otherwise innocent tweet about the game this weekend, the official Bears Twitter account found itself fighting off the Seahawks.

Despite being 0-2 themselves, the Seahawks are still a two touchdown favorite at home. The Bears will play with Jimmy Clausen under center as Jay Cutler recovers from a hamstring injury.

The Seahawks defense, on the other hand, is just getting better. Kam Chancellor returns to the Seahawks defensive backfield.

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