Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has developed greatly in the past month, turning from a typical struggling rookie into a poised leader of a team that is in position to make the playoffs.
The second-year cornerback has become notorious over the last month for his brash trash-talking antics.
As the Seattle Seahawks prepare to play the Detroit Lions and the Minnesota Vikings over the next two weeks, there’s no better time for Russell Wilson to start throwing to Rice again.
The Seattle Seahawks drafted Bobby Wagner in the second round for his 4.68 speed and hoped he would be able to step right in as the replacement for David Hawthorne, another undersized middle linebacker. So far, so good.
Defensive tackle Brandon Mebane is making a name for himself on a Seattle Seahawks defense that’s already loaded with stars.
Chris Clemons — in a relentless, whirling-dervish performance Monday against Green Bay — tied Derrick Thomas’ NFL record of four sacks in a first half. In fact, Clemons’ four bags of Aaron Rodgers equaled a team record. And he got them all in the second quarter.
Golden Tate’s last-play touchdown on Russell Wilson’s 24-yard pass, which Tate was ruled to co-possess with Green Bay’s M.D. Jennings, gave the Seahawks a 14-12 victory Monday night, and the Packers and pundits went crazy over the controversial ruling.
You know Pete Carroll’s philosophy has taken firm hold when an underachieving wide receiver known more for lazy routes and late-night doughnut runs becomes the Seahawks’ poster boy for big hits.
Leon Washington was not kidding when he said last week that he and his teammates on the return teams have a good plan for success this season.
Can Irvin overcome his image as a one-dimensional, part-time player?