Found December 10, 2012 on
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Pete Carroll's deadly Seahawks just plucked the Cardinals, 58-0: the fifth biggest blowout in the NFL since 1940. Don't look now, folks: but this team is a threat to win it all.
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Pete Carroll says he felt the Seattle Seahawks handled their blowout win over Arizona in proper fashion.
Carroll said Monday that the goal in the second half of Seattle's 58-0 victory over the Cardinals was to continue to play well and make progress while also getting some younger players some work.
Now the challenge for Seattle (8-5) is not letting the victory become a lingering...
Pete Carroll found himself in a position of either taking his foot off the pedal or go full throttle. Carroll decided to go full throttle on a wilting Arizona Cardinals team that was utterly defenseless.
If this was a boxing match, the referee would have jumped in waving his arms. The Seahawks beat down the Cardinal 58-0 and while Carroll is the toast of the town in Seattle, Ken...
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A couple of weeks ago, it was announced that Seattle Seahawks cornerbacks Richard Sherman and Brandon Browner would each face four-game suspensions for violating the NFL’s performance-enhancing drug policy. Browner dropped his appeal and began his late-season vacation this weekend. Sherman, however, must have noticed he could squeeze in a...
You thought the expression was “Misery loves company.” Well apparently, idiocy does, too, because the Jets have claimed Braylon Edwards off of waivers from the Seattle Seahawks. Either the Jets’ front office pays no attention to social media (yeah, right) or they think that Edwards has spent his off-time being retooled a-la Steve Austin into a better, faster, stronger receiver...
What Pete Carroll saw as a reward for his Seattle Seahawks was just another chapter in the nightmare season for Arizona's Ken Whisenhunt.
While the Seahawks are rolling toward the playoffs, Arizona looked for an end to the misery induced by its nine-game slide.
''It's a reward for all of the hard work. You work so hard and so often, the games don't afford you...
Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has left Sunday's game against the Cardinals with a tight back.Fantasy Spin:With the score 31-0 Seahawks, even if he weren't injured we might not see him the rest of the way. He's dealt with a back problem all season and has yet to miss a game.
Marshawn Lynch had three touchdown runs and Seattle set a franchise record for points in a 58-0 win over the Cardinals on Sunday.
The Seahawks forced eight turnovers. Richard Sherman and Bobby Wagner each had two interceptions.
Seattle (8-5) kept firm grasp on the final NFC wild-card spot and kept alive slim chances of catching San Francisco in the NFC West race. The Seahawks also...
Dominant rookie quarterback Russell Wilson helped lead the Seahawks to a 58-0 rout of the feeble Arizona Cardinals yesterday at CenturyLink Field in Seattle. The 5-foot-11, 206 pound Wilson, who the Seahawks (8-5) took out of the University of Wisconsin … Continue reading →
Love ‘em & hate ‘em Week 14
This past Sunday the Seattle Seahawks set single-game franchise records with points scored and margin of defeat in a 58-0 stomping of the Arizona Cardinals.
The victory was the first divisional win of the season, and it occurred in superb fashion.
This was an excellent example of firing on all cylinders – as the offense, defense and special...
It looks like Braylon Edwards will not be returning to the asylum after all. Reports say that Edwards has now been claimed off waivers by the New York Jets after being cut by the Seattle Seahawks. He will be with the team for the remaining three games.
Edwards caught flack last week for referring the Jets as “idiots” as he came to the defense of quarterback Mark Sanchez...
The Seattle Seahawks waived wide receiver Braylon Edwards from injured reserve, clearing the way for him to possibly return to the New York Jets, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. This according to league sources.
Even though Edwards criticized New York's organization last week, multiple league sources said the Jets will consider bringing back their former wide receiver, either...
Braylon Edwards is officially a Jet again, the team announced this afternoon.
Edwards, 29, was released off the Seattle Seahawks injured reserve on Monday and joins a Jets team desperate for help at the wide receiver position. Rookie Stephen Hill sustained an LCL sprain against the Jaguars last week, cutting the number of healthy wideouts on the active roster down to three.
The Seahawks crushed the Cardinals in record-setting fashion in Week 14, while the 49ers and Rams each picked up valuable wins.