Even at 11-1, with the best record in the NFL and a 14-game home winning streak, the Seahawks remain unsatisfied, at least until they have clinched what’s most important to them: Home-field advantage in the playoffs.
AP Sports Writer Tim Booth says It almost seems unfair to the rest of the league that the best team in the NFC might be the closest it’s been to being fully healthy all season going into Week 11.
The Seattle Seahawks may be leading the NFC thanks to the best start in team history, but the past two weeks have exposed a number of their flaws.
With the Rams franchise quarterback Sam Bradford out with a torn ACL, this is a game that Seattle should thoroughly dominate. They just need to remember that it’s not a given, and everything should be fine.
The Seahawks improved to 6-1 for the first time in franchise history after winning at Arizona 34-22 on Thursday.
Russell Wilson threw for three touchdowns, Marshawn Lynch rushed for 91 yards and the Seattle Seahawks beat the Arizona Cardinals 33-22 on Thursday night.
Pete Carroll is hopeful the Seattle Seahawks will get starting cornerback Brandon Browner back in time for Sunday night’s NFC West showdown with San Francisco after he missed last week’s season opener against Carolina with a hamstring injury.
Everybody involved knows the NFC West will likely come down to these two nemeses when this season’s all said and done, with a pair of dynamic young quarterbacks leading the way. The 49ers have captured the last two division titles, after Seattle won in 2010 with a losing record.
The two NFC West rival quarterbacks are technically buddies in this 1:20 advertisement — but it is still pretty damn funny.
Ever since high school, Marshawn Lynch has been compared to another running back. Lynch has been covered by the glory of someone else, will this be the year that he ultimately radiates his dominance on the gridiron?