Posted November 03, 2012 on
The Seahawks’ receiving corps is expected to get a boost with the return of Doug Baldwin.
BEST OF MAXIM
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin should play Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings, two weeks after sustaining a high ankle sprain, according to the Seattle Times. Baldwin was expected to take longer to heal, but practiced all week to the surprise of coach Pete Carroll on Friday. "You can't even explain it, but he pulled it off," Carroll said. "It...
Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson racked up an amazing 182 yards rushing Sunday against the Seahawks.Fantasy Spin:With his two touchdowns on Sunday Peterson now has six scores for the season. Over his last three games, he's piled up 458 yards for an average of 153 rushing yards per contest.
RENTON, Wash. (AP) Eight games into his inaugural campaign as starting quarterback of the Seattle Seahawks, Russell Wilson has begun to find a groove.
The Seahawks have put more on Wilson's plate in recent weeks as Seattle has gone to the passing game more frequently. Seattle has averaged over 30 carries a game for the season. But of Seattle's four games with fewer than...
Grades Are In
The Seattle Seahawks went 2-2 during the first quarter of the season. As I expected, they split the games in the second quarter of the season as well.
After the first half of the season, the 4-4 Seahawks are tied for 7th place in the NFC and are 3rd place in the NFC West.
Here is how they got there:
Seattle won 16-12
Despite having seven penalties and...
It appears that Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate is putting together a solid game against the Minnesota Vikings as he already have two touchdowns.
Check out his second score as he flips over a Vikings defender:
(Courtesy of The Big Lead)
The Seahawks are predicated on a strong running game, a solid defense and feeding off momentum at home. We review Seattle’s strengths and weaknesses on a position-by-position basis.
Stopping Peterson & Harvin Likely Key
After what was probably the worst defensive outing of the season for the Seattle Seahawks, the team will hope to rebound this Sunday when the Minnesota Vikings roll into town.
The job doesn’t get any easier for the Seahawks defense, as they will have to shut down a pair of Pro Bowlers in Adrian Peterson and Percy Harvin if they want...
Home sweet home
The Seattle Seahawks were on the road again last week and had a big chance to end their losing streak away from home. They came close, but with 20 seconds left in the game, their hopes were crushed as Matt Stafford led a last second drive to re-take the lead and put the dagger in the Seahawks.
This week, the Seahawks are at home again and they face another NFC North...
SEATTLE -- The feet of Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and running back Marshawn Lynch were enough to outcome those of Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson. Wilson's scrambling and Lynch's rumbling helped Seattle take a 30-20 win over the Vikings on a clear and unseasonably warm afternoon Sunday at CenturyLink Field. Wilson completed 16 of 24 passes...
Something’s Gotta Give for “D” on 3rd Down
So far this season, the Seattle Seahawks have been all about defense, shutting down some of the top offensive powers on their way to several impressive victories.
The team is among the league leaders in several of the defensive categories, including total yards allowed and total points allowed, where they rank fifth and sixth respectively...
The Vikings will have at least one new starter in their defensive backfield Sunday when they face the Seattle Seahawks.
The Seahawks and the Vikings both rely on two of the best running backs. When Adrian Peterson and Marshawn Lynch are workhorses, team success follows. The numbers show it.