Found December 01, 2011 on Seahawks Insider:
Good morning. It should be a cold but dry one tonight, with lows in the 30s, so dress appropriately. Here’s five keys for the Seahawks as they take on one of the best offenses in the league with Philadelphia coming to town. Limit the penalties: We’ve discussed at length how Seattle’s needless penalties are costing this young team at the end of games. Seattle has to be more disciplined down the stretch. The Seahawks have given up 30 first downs by penalty this season; their opponents have only given up half of that (15). Contain McCoy: Philadelphia running … Read more »

Seahawks Swoop Passed Eagles

The Seattle Seahawks improved their record to 5-7 after an impressive 31-14 win over the Eagles on Thursday Night. Fantasy Spin: Seattles star of the game was Running Back Marshawn Lynch who ran all over the Philly Defense for 148 yards and two TDs. Lynch has now scored in each of his last eight games. Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson completed 13 of 16 passes for 190 yards and one TD...

Eagles Run Defense Comes Up Missing, As They’re Pummelled By Marshawn Lynch

The Seattle Seahawks are by no means a team filled with household names.  The most recognizable player on the team is running back Marshawn Lynch, who has been in what many have referred to as “Beast Mode” recently and has emerged as the Seahawks primary weapon.  Therefore, one would think that it would have behooved [...]

Week 13 - Seahawks Win! (R-Rated Thread)

The Seahawks just improved to 5-7, and looked reasonably good doing it.  Browner managed to cut down on the penalties, Golden Tate and Zach Miller both got involved in the passing game, and Marshawn Lynch did his level best to earn that fat new contract he wants the Seahawks to give him when his current one expires at the end of the season.  What more could you ask for?

Eagles Mail it In, As Soft Defense Is Run Over By The Seahawks

Pathetic. It is the first word that comes to mind after seeing the Eagles put together one of the most uninspiring and disappointing performances in years. The Seahawks, another team with little to play for, simply outworked the Eagles. The coaches were ill prepared, the players looked disinterested, and the effort on both sides of [...]

Marshawn Lynch Rediscovers BeastMode

Marshawn Lynch of the Seahawks scored two very impressive touchdowns run in first half of Thursday Night against the Philadelphia Eagles.  The first run may not have been 40-yards like the second, but it was definitely the most impressive and it immediately drew comparisons to his “earthquake run” against the New Orleans Saints in last year’s playoffs.  Enjoy the determined...

Seahawks' Okung has significant pectoral injury

RENTON, Wash. (AP) -- Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says the play in which starting left tackle Russell Okung suffered a significant injury to his pectoral muscle was "really late and it was really out of line."

NFL Reactor: Seahawks Put Eagles' Dream Season to Bed

What was just an incredibly disappointing season officially lost what sliver of hope remains,as the Philadlephia Eagles were officially eliminated from the postseason race with a 31-14 loss to the Seattle Seahawks.  Marshawn Lynch took advantage of the Eagles' porous run defense, Tarvaris Jackson played very efficiently, and Vince Young threw four interceptions in the loss...

Lynch gives Seahawks lead over Eagles (AP)

Marshawn Lynch scored on a 15-yard touchdown run to give the Seattle Seahawks a 7-0 lead over the Philadelphia Eagles after the first quarter Thursday night. Tarvaris Jackson connected with Ben Obomanu for 26 yards to give the Seahawks first-and-goal at the 10-yard line. After a false start pushed Seattle backward, Lynch carried the ball into a wall at the line of scrimmage only to emerge from...

Russell Okung out for season with torn pectoral

Seattle left tackle Russell Okung suffered an injury when he took a shot from Philadelphia defensive end Trent Cole on Thursday night that the Seahawks thought was a cheap shot. The league office will determine whether it’s a costly shot for Cole, but it was definitely a costly shot for Okung. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports…

The Seahawks ARE Playing Tonight, Right?!

I ask that question because if you watch media coverage on tonight’s game, all of the discussion is about the Philadelphia Eagles.  Story after story about the Eagles’ troubles this season with hardly any mention of the Seahawks.  News Flash – … [visit site to read more]

Okung hurts pectoral on “unnecessary” play by Trent Cole

Seahawks left Russell Okung suffered what coach Pete Carroll termed a significant pectoral injury late in Thursday night’s game after a questionable post-whistle move by Eagles defensive end Trent Cole. The play came with 1:57 left in the game.  I watched it again on’s Game Rewind and Cole’s takedown should get some attention from…

Lynch carries Seahawks to 31-14 win over Eagles

Marshawn Lynch ran for 148 yards and a pair of first-half touchdowns and David Hawthorne returned Vince Young's third interception 77 yards for a clinching score with 4:24 remaining as the Seattle Seahawks beat the Philadelphia Eagles 31-14 on Thursday night.

Out of the Nest: Eagles at Seahawks

Every week during the season, we’ll scout out the Eagles next opponent. This week, that opponent is the Seattle Seahawks. The Opponent: The Seattle Seahawks, a.k.a. Seahags, a.k.a. I still can’t believe they won a playoff game last year. Record: 4-7. A lively 4-7, I must say. You never know when the Seahawks will rise up and ATTACK! The Line: Eagles by 3. UGHHHHHHHH...
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