The numbers don’t lie. Seattle’s Russell Wilson is playing the quarterback position better than any man in the NFC. His performance Monday night against the Saints certainly grabbed the attention of the people who select […]
Don’t expect Wilson to engage in a discussion regarding a shot at an MVP award, even if it’s slowly becoming a legitimate question about a situation others believe is plausible.
Russell Wilson threw for 310 yards and three touchdowns, and the Seattle Seahawks became the first team to clinch a spot in the NFC playoffs with a 34-7 victory over the New Orleans Saints on Monday night.
The Seahawks did more than send a message by dominating the New Orleans Saints Monday night.
The Seattle Seahawks have a tall task ahead of them in the form of the New Orleans Saints. Jason A. Churchill sees the same simple formula for victory the team enjoys every week.
Very rarely does a Monday Night Football game this late in the season mean something. But with the two best teams in the NFC facing off, the winner of this game may very well clinch the best record, and playoff seed, in the NFC.
It’s hard to believe that the one thing possibly keeping Russell Wilson from being a top five draft pick was his height. Because Wilson is “only” 5-foot-11, NFL scouts including 2000 Heisman Trophy winner Chris Weinke believed that, “If (Wilson) was six-five, he’d probably be the number one pick in the draft.” Looks like he’s doing a great job of bucking conventional wisdom.
Currently at 10-1 and the only team in the league with double-digit wins, there isn’t much to critique about the 2013 Seahawks. But who are the best players on the team so far?
The 2013 Seattle Seahawks match up favorably with their Super Bowl brethren.
Thanks to two quick interceptions early in the fourth quarter, Seattle was able to put up 17 points in the final quarter and cruise to a 41-20 victory over the Minnesota Vikings. Seattle is the first team this season to have double-digit wins and finally gets their Bye Week.