Five Seahawks Selected to Pro BowlMarshawn Lynch, Max Unger, Russell Okung, Earl Thomas and Leon Washington were all deserving choices, while Richard Sherman and Chris Clemons were left out.
Seahawks' Passing Game, Run Defense Must Be Better This TimeDropped passes and poor rush defense were the reasons the Seahawks lost 13-6 in San Francisco in Week Seven. Seattle will have to be better in both departments if it is going to win this time.
Buffalo Gave Up On Marshawn Lynch, Who Became A Star For SeattleThe Buffalo Bills replaced Marshawn Lynch in 2010 with first-round pick C.J. Spiller, and since then Lynch has merely rushed for 3,043 yards and 27 touchdowns in 40 games for the Seattle Seahawks.
Seahawks Cornerback Walter Thurmond Takes Over For Suspended Brandon BrownerThe Seattle Seahawks are down two of their top three corners this week, and could be without all three as soon as next week, leaving Walter Thurmond and a bunch of young guys to hold up the back end.
Adding Injury To Insult For The Seattle Seahawks' DefenseWith Richard Sherman and Brandon Browner facing possible suspensions next week, the Hawks also might lose Red Bryant to plantar fasciitis and/or Leroy Hill to a bum ankle.
Seattle Seahawks Have Only One Question: Who Is the Left Guard?James Carpenter returned to practice after missing the last two games with a concussion, but will he or John Moffitt start between Russell Okung and Max Unger?
Seattle Seahawks Face Another Familiar Foe in New York JetsSunday, Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll faces the team he once coached, the New York Jets, which is now quarterbacked by his former quarterback at USC, Mark Sanchez. Also, running back Leon Washington goes against the team that traded him to Seattle.
Seattle Seahawks Need Sidney Rice and Zach Miller To Earn Their PayThe Seattle Seahawks have just four healthy wide receivers, and that has some people calling for the team to trade for Kansas City wide receiver Dwayne Bowe by today's deadline. But the Hawks just need to use the guys they are already paying.
Seattle Seahawks Vs. Detroit Lions: Focus Is On Tough DefensesOn Sunday, all eyes will be on Pete Carroll's big, bad Seattle Seahawks secondary and Jim Schwartz's talented and sometimes brutal Detroit Lions defensive line.
Seattle Seahawks' No. 1 Defense Preps For Pace Of Patriots' No. 1 OffenseThe Seahawks' defense, which has pretty much shut down every offense it has faced, is confronted with the challenge of dealing with a team that runs a play every 15 to 25 seconds.
Russell Wilson And The Seahawks' Offense Are Still GrowingRookie quarterback Russell Wilson has shown improvement in some areas, and Pete Carroll is confident Wilson and his receivers will get it together and start converting third downs and red zone opportunities.
Seattle Seahawks Take A Pass On Throwing the BallSeahawks coach Pete Carroll says he is holding the offense back on purpose, playing a conservative game geared toward not turning the ball over. But Russell Wilson will still have to get something going, as the Seahawks will not always get lucky on close calls in close games.