Seahawks have learned to keep handing the ball to Marshawn Lynch, to lean on DB Marcus Burley and to depend even more on Cliff Avril and Michael Bennett.
The Seahawks have a bye week, but are back atop most of the NFL power rankings from national media after being the Denver Broncos 26-20 Sunday in overtime. There are a couple of notable exceptions: The Washington Post ranks Seattle No. 6, and NFL.com puts the Seahawks No. 5. The Cindinnati Bengals a
We're back with the Daily Top 10 as the Seahawks head into a bye week. The bye week means there won't be much, if any, news coming out of the VMAC this week with players scattered and the team officially off again until Monday. For now, 10 for Tuesday. ...
Hugh Millen breaks down three key things that happened in the Seahawks’ victory over+ the Broncos, and awards a game ball.
We'll get started with our weekly live chat at noon Tuesday. ...
Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti refuted a report suggesting he and other team officials tried to persuade the NFL to be lenient on Ray Rice after the running back was arrested in February for knocking out his then-fiancee in an Atlantic City elevator.
Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti defiantly challenged the Ray Rice camp and an ESPN report alleging the organization engaged in a “pattern of misinformation and misdirection” after the running back’s assault of his then-fiancée in February.
The Chicago Bears took advantage of early mistakes by the sloppy New York Jets. Then they had to hold their breath before hanging on for a 27-19 NFL victory Monday night.
The Seahawks will take the rest of the week off, following their 26-20 victory over Denver on Sunday. Seattle returns to play at Washington in a Monday Night game, Oct. 6.
Seahawks defensive back DeShawn Shead surprised his girlfriend, Jessica Martinez, by proposing to her on the field after Seattle’s victory over Denver on Sunday. She said yes.
Here's the transcript of what Seattle coach Pete Carroll had to say to the media today following the team's 26-20 win over Denver Sunday:
The Seahawks met at the VMAC for Tell the Truth Monday today, and then the players were free to take off as Seattle now enters its bye week. Officially, the team won't reconvene again until next Monday when they will begin preparation for a game Oct. 6 at Washington.
Here is the weekly day-after-game package from ProFootballFocus with lots of interesting notes and observations on the Seahawks.
Seattle's 26-20 overtime win over Denver Sunday resulted in another huge TV rating nationally and locally.
While the Seahawks had to work harder to beat Denver Sunday than in the Super Bowl, coach Pete Carroll said this morning on his weekly radio show on ESPN 710 Seattle that he thought his defense "played better in this game'' than in the 43-8 drubbing last February.
Russell Wilson is now 7-0 against the NFL’s elite quarterbacks, and Michael Bennett’s bold statement after Sunday’s win may not be that far off.
Here are the snap counts for Sunday's game against Denver.
DeShawn Shead made one assisted tackle in Seattle’s 26-20 overtime win over Denver Sunday.
A few more thoughts on the game that was as Seattle beat Denver 26-20 in overtime Sunday. ...
The Seahawks made it hard on themselves in this Super Bowl rematch but then proved they were the better team by winning the game in overtime.
After a poor second half that included a costly interception, Russell Wilson came up with a moment in overtime that turned out to be another one of those that will define him: A beautiful drive in which he out-Manninged Peyton Manning to pull the victory back to the Seahawks.
Seahawks receiver Ricardo Lockette caught a 39-yard touchdown pass from Russell Wilson, and a heads-up play probably prevented a Broncos interception and touchdown.
Other than a last-minute touchdown and two-point conversion that tied the game, the Seahawks did a nice job against Peyton Manning and the Broncos’ high-powered offense.
Here are six thoughts on Seattle's 26-20 overtime win over Denver Sunday --- three each from beat writers Jayson Jenks and Bob Condotta. First, Jenks:
All Peyton Manning and the Broncos offense could do was sit and watch as the Seahawks won the coin flip, then the game.
A look at how the Seahawks did in Sunday’s game
Cardinals outscore Niners 17-0 in second half and lead NFC West heading into bye week.
Denver’s revamped defense, which includes three high-priced free-agent additions, performed much better against the Seahawks on Sunday than it did the last time it faced Seattle – a 43-8 defeat in Super Bowl XLVIII. But it still fell short in overtime, 26-20.
Shutting down the Denver running game proved to be key for Seattle in 26-20 victory Sunday.