Carroll Says Seahawks Considering Kaepernick As BackupCarroll said Monday that the team is considering Colin Kaepernick and Robert Griffin III as possible backup options
Building the Next Phase of the Seahawks Begins With DraftWhat Seattle needs is to rediscover the draft success from the early Schneider-Carroll years. The Seahawks need a draft more like 2012 when they landed five eventual starters including Wilson and Wagner, and fewer like 2013.
REPORT: Seahawks Could Lose Second-Round Pick For Failing To Disclose Sherman InjurySeattle's failure to disclose Sherman's injury could have major repercussions
Wild Season For Seattle Ends With Questions on Title WindowIn the midst of all that happened this season between debilitating key injuries, inconsistent play on both offense and defense, and enough distractions to raise the ire of any coach, there was one particular aspect of the Seattle Seahawks season that stood out to Pete Carroll.
Seahawks Season In Review: Too Many Injuries Derailed Seattle In 2016The Seattle Seahawks have struggled to get back to the Super Bowl since back-to-back appearances after the 2013 and 2014 NFL seasons, but the team still has enough talent to make another run in 2017. Despite winning the NFC West Division for the third time in four years this year, the Seahawks' season still is viewed as a disappointment after the team lost in Atlanta on Saturday in the NFC Divisional Playoffs.
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.
Seahawks Team Grades: Seattle Runs Away From Detroit With Second-Half SurgeThe Seattle Seahawks won their 10th straight home playoff game on Saturday night against the visiting Detroit Lions, grinding out a 26-6 win at CenturyLink Field. With the win, the Seahawks will advance to next weekend's NFC Divisional Playoff round where they will face the NFC South Division champion Atlanta Falcons. Those two teams played in the same postseason round back in 2012, with the Falcons emerging victorious. The key to this win over the Lions was the successful ground game the Seattle offense mounted behind a finally healthy Thomas Rawls, who ran for 161 yards and a touchdown against the Detroit defense.
Seahawks Fall To Cardinals 34-31 With Last-Second Field GoalSeattle kicked away its chance to secure the No. 2 seed in the NFC with a 34-31 loss to the Cardinals on Saturday
Seattle's Sherman Doesn't Back Down From Sideline OutburstSherman remained adamant Tuesday that yelling in the direction of coach Pete Carroll and offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell was not out of line in Seattle's 24-3 win over the Rams.
Seahawks Punter Jon Ryan Goes For a Run, Ends Up With a ConcussionIn the late stages of the fourth quarter of Thursday night's 24-3 win over LA, Seahawks punter Jon Ryan went out on fourth and two to punt the ball away. Yet after seeing a wide open lane up the middle of the field, Ryan tucked the football and took off to pick up the first down
Seahawks Team Grades: Seattle Defense Shines As Seahawks Clinch NFC West On Thursday Night Football'Hawks dominate line of scrimmage, allow just 183 total yards in 24-3 win over Rams.
Seahawks Clinch NFC West With Win Over RamsThe Seattle Seahawks clinched the NFC West division Thursday Night, beating the Los Angeles Rams 24-3 at home.

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