Seahawks Team Grades: Mistakes In All Phases Of Game Doom Seattle In 36-20 Road Loss To AtlantaOn the bright side, the Seattle Seahawks didn't fall behind by 20 points early in this game like they have three times under Head Coach Pete Carroll in playoff losses on the road. However, after taking an early lead, the Seahawks did fall behind eventually by a big margin thanks to errors on offense, defense and special teams. Those errors proved too much to overcome as Seattle lost on the road to Atlanta, 36-20, in the NFC Divisional Playoffs. The biggest mistake came on special teams in the second quarter where a holding penalty wiped out a huge punt return and changed the momentum of the contest for good as the Falcons used the big break to run off 19 straight points.
Jeremy Lane ActivatedBryce Brown released
After Super Bowl Injury, Seattle's Lane On Verge Of Return
Seahawks Have Health On Their Side Going Into ByeAlmost all of Seattle's starters will be able to practice next week
Seahawks Make Roster CutsThe Seattle Seahawks have made roster cuts ahead of Tuesday's 75-man roster deadline
Jeremy Lane Will Have Knee Surgery, Likely Miss Part Of 2015 SeasonSeahawks general manager John Schneider said that Lane, 24, would need knee surgery this offseason
Seahawks Lose DE Cliff Avril With ConcussionThe Seattle Seahawks lost defensive end Cliff Avril with a concussion in the third quarter of the Super Bowl.
Seattle CB Lane Doesn't Worry About Gronkowski"I actually don't think he's that good. He's OK. He does have a big body," Lane said
Seahawks Injuries: Unger Out, Helfet DoubtfulFor the first time since Week 5, the Seattle Seahawks have just three players listed as questionable or worse heading into Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles
Seahawks' Surging Defense To Be Tested By EaglesSeattle's defensive resurgence will be tested this week against the fast-paced offensive attack of the Philadelphia Eagles
Seattle Places Schilling On IR, Activates LaneThe Seattle Seahawks have activated defensive back Jeremy Lane and placed reserve offensive lineman Stephen Schilling on injured reserve
Backups Lift Seattle, But Injury Help On The WayCarroll expects at least four to six players back for Sunday's game against the New York Giants

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