The Bleacher Report’s Joel Reuter gathers a list of ten of the NFL’s stars who could have pursued a career in Major League Baseball.
Draft a speed-burning youngster. Trade for an explosive play-maker. Sign a proven veteran free-agent? How about a combination of those for the Seattle Seahawks as they look to improve the passing game in 2013 and beyond. First […]
Wilson’s lightning-quick development into a superstar was probably the biggest surprise in the entire NFL this season, and the Seattle defense’s failure against Atlanta in the playoffs had to be a close second.
After playing a complete dud of a game in the first half, the Hawks rallied behind Russell Wilson to take the lead — and then gave it up in a loss that was both heartbreaking and encouraging.
The Seahawks are OK at cornerback with Richard Sherman winning his suspension appeal and Trufant returning, but they might be without linebacker Leroy Hill and right tackle Breno Giacomini.
The second-year receiver has had a disappointing season, but his two-touchdown game in the 42-13 blowout of the 49ers could be a harbinger of things to come in the playoffs.
Sunday’s 50-17 blowout of the Buffalo Bills put the Seattle Seahawks one game away from a playoff berth.
Seattle Seahawks offensive lineman Carpenter, whose knee is bothering him, was placed on the reserve/non-football illness list, and little-used wide receiver Braylon Edwards was waived/injured.
After the Seattle Seahawks defense let the Chicago Bears kick a field goal to send it to OT, Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson drove the Hawks 80 yards for their second road win of the season and their third win in Chicago in three seasons.
The Seattle Seahawks have lost a couple they could have won and won a couple they could have lost, rookie QB Russell Wilson has taken great strides, and the defense and running game have been every bit as strong as fans thought they would be.