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Holy cow! That was one hell of a game last Sunday.
The Seahawks took the first takeaway of the game and just ran with it, never looking back en-route to 7 more takeaways on the day, and a record 58 points scored.
There have been multiple joke pictures and tweets floating around cyberspace ever since the end of the ballgame, so I thought I would include a couple...
Do you remember the game the Seattle Seahawks played against the Cardinals on Sunday? You know the 58-Nil beat-down handed out by the defense and Marshawn Lynch? Yeah, you might as well forget about it. I say this for two reasons. The first is that in a game like that, where everything goes your way, it doesn’t tell you much about who your team is. The defense absolutely dominated...
The Seattle Seahawks are in position for a wild card spot in the NFC. They are really overachieving this season considering they are starting a rookie 3rd round pick in QB Russell Wilson. The receiving corps came in with question marks. They had Terrell Owens and Braylon Edwards in their training camp; that should let you know how they felt about their wide receiver situation. It...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By TIM BOOTH AP Sports Writer Everyone knows about Seattle stealing quarterback Russell Wilson in the third round of last April's draft and perhaps finding the franchise quarterback so many NFL teams seek.
But he's not the only rookie the Seahawks drafted in April who is making a huge impact.
From defensive end Bruce Irvin...
Just a few short weeks after it appeared that the suspensions of the top two cornerbacks would derail the Seattle Seahawks playoff hopes they look every bit the part of a contender and potentially a division champion. Seattle has won two games in a row including a convincing win over the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field which allows us to assume they'll handle the Bills on the...
Last week: 10 (+4)
Net points per drive: 0.61 (5th)
DVOA: 38.8% (2nd)
Weighted DVOA: 43.1% (2nd)
The Seahawks will control their own destiny to the #2 seed if the 49ers lose in New England this weekend and the Packers lose 1 more game. That’s very possible and if that happens, they’ll just need to win out and two of their final 3 games are at home, where they look...
After the Seattle Seahawks sent a message to their opponent last week, Marshawn Lynch may want to do the same to his former team.
Lynch and the Seahawks try for their fifth victory in six games Sunday as they head to Toronto to face the Buffalo Bills, who appear bound to miss the playoffs for the 13th consecutive season.
Although the Bills' ground game has been strong thanks...
Braylon Edwards calls the Jets idiots Seattle releases Edwards for being an idiot idiot Edwards signs with idiot Jets Pete Carroll says idiot Edwards has a bad hammy Jets are friggin idiots. /Fin
Have your passports ready
On paper, the Seattle Seahawks should be able to head east, and bring home a victory on Sunday. ”On paper” doesn’t mean much, as the Seahawks have already proven several times this season.
We have all heard the term “Trap Game” many times over the years. If everyone knows about them, why do they happen?
Simply put, they just do. Even veteran...
Seattle Seahawks (8-5) at Buffalo Bills (5-8)
The Seahawks have the biggest home/road disparity over the last few years. They are 23-43 ATS on the road and 46-20 ATS at home since 2005. This year, they are a perfect 6-0 ATS at home, including 3-0 SU as home dogs, but on the road they are 3-4 ATS. That might not sound bad, until we take a closer look. Two of those covers were in their...
The Seahawks find themselves with a prime opportunity to close the gap in the NFC West should San Fran lose to the Patriots in Foxborough in Week 15.
The Bills are playing the Seahawks in Toronto on Sunday. No one from Toronto to Syracuse really cares. The season is done. Meaningless football is a seasonal occurance just like leaves changing colors and snow hitting the ground. However, I still like doing Q&As with other bloggers who happen to cover a team that doesn't suck. So this week, we have Matthew over at Seattle...