How much the offense can carry its success into the regular season is one of the biggest questions for Seattle headed into Thursday night’s season opener against Green Bay.
Don’t be mistaken. The end goal, albeit unspoken, is to be the first team since the New England Patriots 10 years ago to become repeat champions. Why is Seattle more likely than others to accomplish the feat?
Already with a defense expected to be among the best in the NFL again, Wilson and the Seahawks can only hope the offensive efficiency of the past two weeks continues into the regular season
They have fast guys, strong guys, a tall guy, and playmakers. Versatility is a key word among a dozen men competing for receiving jobs on the 2014 Seattle Seahawks roster.
Russell Wilson threw for 121 yards and ran for two touchdowns, leading Seattle to scores on all four of his possessions and the Seahawks beat the San Diego Chargers 41-14 on Friday night.
Seattle begins training camp Friday with mostly the same roster that raised the championship trophy last February in New Jersey. The Seahawks’ offseason priorities were focused on keeping their own, and they accomplished that task by signing safety Earl Thomas and cornerback Richard Sherman to long-term extensions, wide receiver Doug Baldwin to a shorter deal, bringing back defensive end Michael Bennett before he reached free agency and keeping Carroll in charge through 2016.
Not that it should come as a surprise, but Seattle is still crazy about its Super Bowl champion Seahawks
Tempers flared during the second day of the Seattle Seahawks’ minicamp
After the surgery and the rehabilitation, the setbacks and finally the triumph in the Super Bowl, a simple voluntary offseason workout has more meaning for Percy Harvin.
Steve & Bill talk with Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin, columnist for BronxBanterBlog Alex Belth, Sports Marketing Consultant Dr. Patrick Rishe, and News Tribune Seahawks beat writer Dave Boling