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Seahawks WR Golden Tate finally catching on
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Published 03:36 p.m., Friday, December 9, 2011
(AP) — Since he first arrived in Seattle, Golden Tate has made it a point to watch the Seahawks raise a ceremonial flag in honor of their fans before every home game.
Tate got some good-natured ribbing from coach Pete Carroll for his near mistake, but he made up for it later in Seattle's 31-14 win over Philadelphia with a dazzling touchdown grab.
BEST OF MAXIM
Looking ahead to Sunday’s game, I think it’s pretty clear that the Seahawks are going to be favored, and most pundits should pick them to beat the Rams. And why not, since the Seahawks just dismantled the Rams a month ago. Let’s face it, The Seahawks are, and should be favored to win this game.
But before everyone looks past this game and begins thinking about next week,...
Dave Boling of The News Tribune writes about Seattle Seahawks center Max Unger, the only starting offensive linemen to avoid a season-ending injury or surgery. Although Unger missed 15 games last year with a serious toe surgery, and missed a game against Cleveland with a minor foot issue, he’s been the glue guy holding things down in the middle of Seattle’s offensive line. ...
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said he talked to the league about the play that caused a season-ending injury for left tackle Russell Okung.
Playoff talk around the Seahawks has started up again, but almost everyone is very careful to declare upfront that there is almost no chance of Seattle actually reaching the postseason. In fact, it seems like it's almost a badge of "seriousness" to dismiss the Seahawks' playoff chances with an eye roll and a wanking motion. But I'm not serious. I'm not realistic...
St. Louis @ Seattle
After predictably getting blanked by the 49ers on the road, the Rams get another stiff challenge by going up to Seattle on Monday Night Football to hopefully avoid getting embarrassed for a second week in a row. Ok, let’s face it… the Rams have been embarrassed for just about 14 weeks in a row, with their high point being an inexplicable win over the...
The Seattle Seahawks are still mathematically alive in the NFC wildcard race, but realistically only one team in the NFC west has a shot at the playoffs, the San Francisco 49ers face the Arizona Cardinals this week, and the St. Louis Rams fly to Seattle to play the Seahawks on Monday Night Football. Marshawn Lynch vs. Steven Jackson, and Alex Smith vs. Kevin Kolb. Here’s our Week...
The Seahawks are as healthy as could be expected for a team that has 13 players on injured reserve.
Seahawks linebacker David Hawthorne is expected to play Monday night against the St. Louis Rams after fully participating in practice on Saturday.