Pete Carroll’s team has been bad on the road, but the one place where it has won is Chicago. In a big NFC game, can Carroll get his team to do it again?
If things had worked out differently, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Matt Flynn could be starting for the Miami Dolphins and Miami QB Ryan Tannehill could be a Seahawk. Plus, Pete Carroll and Reggie Bush meet again.
The New York Jets are a team with no identity, just a sideshow, and the Seattle Seahawks should dominate on their way to a 5-0 home record as they head into their bye.
Adrian Peterson, the league’s leading rusher, brings the Minnesota Vikings to Seattle to face No. 2 rusher Marshawn Lynch and the Seahawks in a key NFC game.
Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman’s new nickname has apparently motivated Detroit receiver Calvin Johnson, but after being shut down by Charles Tillman on Monday, can Johnson, aka “Megatron,”Brian Bahr/Getty Images beat Seattle’s big, aggressive duo of Sherman and Brandon Browner?
When the Seattle Seahawks come to Candlestick Park on Thursday, will they meet the San Francisco 49ers team that had beaten the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets by a combined score of 79-3, or the Niners who just got pounded by the New York Giants 26-3 at home?
This is the same team that lost to the Giants in the Super Bowl in February, with one major difference: They can run the ball.
A dual-threat quarterback is something the Seattle Seahawks’ stellar defense has not seen yet. Aaron Rodgers and Tony Romo are mobile QBs, but they run only out of necessity. Newton runs by design, as the Panthers utilize the read option he ran at Auburn.
Jeff Fisher can’t like his team’s chances against NFC defensive player of the week Chris Clemons and the Seahawks’ No. 1 scoring defense.
For over a decade now, games between the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks have been full of reunion backstories.