Yes, it is a cliche, but the game is never over until it’s actually over as Seattle comes from behind to advance to the Super Bowl.
Of the four quarterbacks still playing on championship weekend, Seattle’s Russell Wilson is the outlier in terms of style
Steve, Bill and Jason talk with CBS Sports Eye on Football columnist Ryan Wilson, CBS Sports and Seahawkfootball.com columnist Rob Rang, Seahawk Wide Receiver Doug Baldwin, and Seattle Mariners GM Jack Zdurencik.
Seattle Seahawks Doug Baldwin joined The Steve Sandmeyer Show from VMAC to talk about the NFC Championship Game.
Within their inner circle, Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, general manager John Schneider and staff quietly speculated that their 2012 draft class would be special, despite the critics’ derision
Seattle’s receivers stood out in the win over the Panthers. Jermaine Kearse had a career day with 129 yards receiving and a 63-yard touchdown. Doug Baldwin caught his first touchdown since Week 14. Tight end Luke Willson led Seattle with four catches, two of them coming on a decisive drive in the fourth quarter that Willson capped with a 25-yard TD catch.
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The atmosphere around the Seahawks has changed in a short time
Doug Baldwin used his cut-out likeness as a prop while Richard Sherman faced the crowd head-on and called out the NFL for their policies regarding Marshawn Lynch‘s fines for not talking to the press, and for what players can and cannot endorse.
For at least a week the message of “focus” has been embraced, capped by the Seahawks’ 19-3 win over Arizona on Sunday. The question now is whether it can carry forward on a short week Thursday night against San Francisco.