The Seahawks are 11-1 and were dominant in the third quarter of the NFL season.
Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner returned to practice Wednesday. But coach Pete Carroll said he hasn’t heard anything from the NFL regarding Browner’s appeal of his one-year suspension.
San Francisco’s Michael Crabtree played his first game of the season last week, and might be worth a play against the Seahawks.
Seattle’s injury report for today is out and lists WR Percy Harvin (hip), WR Golden Tate (hip), DE Bruce Irvin (thigh) and RB Marshawn Lynch (non-injury related, meaning rest day) as did not participate. Coach Pete Carroll said Tate and Irvin will be back for Sunday’s game against the 49
Here are some highlights of what Seahawks coach Pete Carroll had to say to the media today: Opening: “Coming off our long home stand, it feels comfortable to be going back on the road again, finally. Big, big weekend for us against here the Saints and kicks us in to the final quarter of the
Cornerback Brandon Browner could return to practice on Wednesday after missing the last two games with a groin injury, but coach Pete Carroll offered no new details on Browner’s appeal of his one-year suspension. Browner is appealing a one-year suspension for violating the league’s subst
San Francisco 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis offered up his thoughts on what is once again expected to be a physical game between rivals San Francisco and Seattle. “It’s going to be a test of wills,” Willis said. “Who will be the team that’s physical until the very end
It’s looking more and more as if the Seahawks will indeed be underdogs on Sunday when they play the 49ers in San Francisco. The VegasInsider.com lines all show the 49ers as 2.5-3-point favorites over the Seattle, and they have essentially remain unchanged since being posted over the weekend, d
Here’s our weekly First Look at Seattle’s upcoming opponent, which this week is Colin Kaepernick (above in an AP photo) and the San Francisco 49ers; Seahawks opponent: San Francisco Game time: 1:25 p.m. Pacific Time, Sunday, Candlestick Park. TV: FOX Coach: Jim Harbaugh, 32-11-1, t
ESPN this morning released more details on the TV ratings for Monday Night’s game. Here is the press release: MNF’s Saints-Seahawks on ESPN: Most-Watched Show on Monday Night Second-Most Watched MNF Game Ever on WatchESPN with 16.5 Million Live Minutes This week’s Monday Night Foot
Some interesting insight from ESPN’s John Clayton today on the Brandon Browner situation. You can find a good wrapup of it here from Chris Cluff of Examiner.com. As Cluff writes: Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner is believed to have turned down a deal offered by the NFL as he seeks a fine an
Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said he didn’t mean to potentially interfere with a Baltimore player on a kickoff return Thursday.
With a healthy offensive line, the Seahawks had no trouble with New Orleans’ pass rush. Quarterback Russell Wilson had time to pick apart the Saints’ defense in a 34-7 victory.
The fervor of Seahawks fans for their team appears to have no bounds these days — even the airspace over Candlestick Park in San Francisco. As reported by CSNBayArea.com, a group of Seahawks fans have come up with a plan to fly a “Go Hawks-12” banner from a plane prior to the
Get ready for another night of Hawks Evening Edition. I’ll join Jerry Brewer and Curtis Crabtree to talk all things Seahawks from 6:30-8 p.m. on KJR-AM.
As should be expected by now, the Seahawks’ win over New Orleans Monday night drew huge TV ratings. In fact, they were higher than for Seattle’s Sunday night win over the 49ers on Sept. 15, a game billed at the time as maybe the most-anticipated in team history. Last night’s game a
As always, here is the day-after package of notes and observations from the guys at Pro Football Focus: Which Seattle defender earned the PFF Game Ball? Find out in this week’s Refocused. Offensive Summary - Huge game for Russell Wilson as both a passer and runner. - Marshawn Lynch had one of
As noted here and everywhere else, Seattle clinched a playoff spot with its win last night, becoming the first team in the NFL to secure a berth. This week, Seattle can clinch the West Division with a win or a tie, one of NFC three teams that can clinch or improve its playoff standing this
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said during his regular day-after appearance on the team’s flagship radio station, ESPN 710 Seattle, that one of the most pleasing aspects of the win last night was that the team didn’t have to do anything special against a Saints team that came in 9-2, instea
Here are the snap counts for last night’s win over the Saints. First, a couple of quick thoughts on what they reveal: — First time this year I can recall Jermaine Kearse getting the most snaps of any receivers, on the field for 55 of 71 offensive plays. Percy Harvin’s absence no do
To make a bad night worse for the New Orleans Saints, their plane got stuck in Seattle after the game Monday and they had to spend the night here. No word yet on exactly what happened. The good news for the Saints is they are about to leave town: The #Saints are about to takeoff
The Seahawks’ extraordinary performance in beating the New Orleans Saints on national TV drew a lot of raves in media around the country. Some quick samples: Terry Blount, ESPN.com: As for the AFC powers like Denver or New England or Kansas City, be afraid. Be very afraid. Even NFC West
They’re in their own world, again. In another marquee matchup, it seems the Seahawks are playing at a level that only they can reach. It’s like an exclusive party, fun for all invited, except for the whippin’ fodder known as their opponent.
Here’s some of what Seattle QB Russell Wilson had to say to the media following the win tonight over the Saints: On the win: To come out on Monday Night, against a great football team, the New Orleans Saints have a great defense. They have an unbelievable offense, and for us to com
Here’s some of what Seattle coach Pete Carroll had to say to the media after Seattle’s 34-7 win over the Saints Monday night: Opening comment: Well, we had a blast tonight. It was just a great night for the Seahawks and the fans and all. The Seahawks set an all time record fo
Here are a bunch of post-game notes on Seattle’s win over the Saints tonight: The Seahawks held the Saints to 188 total yards from scrimmage, their lowest total since the final game of the 2001 season on January 6, 2002, versus San Francisco – a span of 188 games. The Seahawks limited Ne
NFC playoffs virtually assured to be coming through Seattle
Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin, still recovering from a hip injury, did not play during Monday night’s victory over the New Orleans Saints.