Russell Wilson threw for 310 yards and three touchdowns, and the Seattle Seahawks became the first team to clinch a spot in the NFC playoffs with a 34-7 victory over the New Orleans Saints on Monday night.
The Seattle Seahawks have a tall task ahead of them in the form of the New Orleans Saints. Jason A. Churchill sees the same simple formula for victory the team enjoys every week.
While the Seahawks can’t erase the memory of last year’s 30-28 NFC Divisional Playoff loss to the Falcons, they get a decent consolation prize this season with a 33-10 beat down this Sunday.
The Seahawks are trying to bring life to an offense and a passing game that was already struggling due to poor protection for quarterback Russell Wilson.
The Seahawks’ stingy defense first repelled Rams running back Daryl Richardson on third-and-goal from just outside the goal-line, and then forced quarterback Kellen Clemens to throw incomplete on the final play of the game, preserving a dramatic 14-9 victory Monday night.
With Sam Bradford out for the rest of the season, it seemed like Seattle Seahawks had nothing to worry about with their Monday Night Football matchup against the St. Louis Rams. And while it’s totally cliché, that’s why these games are played.
Russell Wilson threw two touchdown passes to Golden Tate, and the Seattle Seahawks made a dramatic goal-line stand in the final minute to beat the St. Louis Rams 14-9 on Monday night.
While Seahawks fans are waiting for the return of Percy Harvin, two of his fellow receivers have been very good through seven games.
There is still no definitive date for when wide receiver Percy Harvin will make his Seattle Seahawks debut. And just as much of an unknown is what Harvin’s role will be when he’s finally given the OK to get back in a game for the first time in a calendar year.
Will Percy Harvin play in his first Seahawks football game next Monday night ? Seattle coach Pete Carroll hinted he and Hawks fans might not know until game day in St. Louis. “It would be […]