How Seattle went from 0.10 percent win probability to the Super Bowl
The lucky fan who caught the game-winning touchdown ball at the NFC Championship game at CenturyLink Field may return the ball to the Seahawks wide receiver who threw it into the stands.
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.
Steve, Bill and Jason talk with Seahawk safety Jeron Johnson, Seahawk wide receiver Jermaine Kearse, Radio Host for NBC Sports Radio 1060 in Arizona Rich Grey, Lead NFL analyst for Bleacher Report Chris Simms, and Oregon State Head Football […]
The Seahawks’ last-chance drive ended when Wilson threw incomplete on fourth-and-18 with 1:09 left
After a tumultuous previous month, the Seahawks (5-3) won their second straight
That final drive also produced Wilson’s final how-did-he-do-that highlight
The Seattle Seahawks visit our nation’s capital to face the Washington Redskins Monday night. They’ll need to bring back their 2013 offensive roots to avoid an upset, writes Jason A. Churchill.
The San Diego Chargers controlled the tempo to keep Seattle’s offense off the field and upset the defending Super Bowl champion Seahawks 30-21 Sunday