Wide receiver Percy Harvin will play for the Seattle Seahawks in Saturday’s NFC divisional playoff game against the New Orleans Saints after missing most of the season following hip surgery.
The last time Russell Wilson played like he was pushing to be included in the talk for MVP, he dissected the New Orleans Saints with one of the best performances of his career.
Pete Carroll and the Seahawks will face New Orleans on Saturday in the second round of the playoffs less than six weeks after Seattle routed the Saints 34-7 in early December.
Already with home-field advantage in the NFC playoffs, the Seattle Seahawks might be getting another addition just in time for a playoff run: Percy Harvin.
The lack of a consistent run game is a troubling recent trend the Seahawks (12-3) must get corrected before the postseason arrives.
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says a roster move could happen soon with wide receiver Percy Harvin, who has played in just one game this season.
Carson Palmer overcame four interceptions to find Michael Floyd for a 31-yard touchdown with 2:13 left, and Arizona (10-5) won for the seventh time in eight games and snapped the Seahawks’ 14-game home win streak.
Carson Palmer overcame four interceptions to throw a 31-yard touchdown to Michael Floyd with 2:13 left, and the Arizona Cardinals kept their playoff hopes alive with a 17-10 win over Seattle on Sunday, snapping the Seahawks 14-game home win streak.
Seattle managed to whip the Arizona Cardinals in week 7 without starting offensive tackles Breno Giacomini and Russell Okung. Now in week 16 the Seahawks will once again have to replace a starting lineman. […]
The Seahawks (12-2) have an uncanny knack for finding players in the later rounds of the draft and being able to develop them into starters.