Seahawks May Have Opponents Right Where They Want ThemDespite a slow start out of the gate, the Seahawks are not pushing the panic button anytime soon. In fact, they may have their NFC West Division foes and other teams around the league right where they want them. A 1-2 Seattle team may be far more dangerous than if they came flying out of the gates undefeated heading into October.
Team Grades: Seahawks Keep Bears Hungry, Win 26-0After dropping their first two games at home, the Bears journeyed to the Pacific Northwest in search of that elusive first win, but it was Seattle (1-2) that rebounded following a pair of disappointing losses in St. Louis and Green Bay.
Can Seahawks Find Their Winning Ways Against Chicago?Yes, most prognosticators probably did not have the Seahawks sitting at 0-2 after the first two games of the season, especially after appearing in back-to-back Super Bowls the last two seasons.
Team Grades: Packers Clip Seahawks 27-17, Seattle Falls To 0-2Yet heading into week three of the season this coming Thursday when the Washington Redskins and New York Giants renew an old NFC East rivalry, Seattle (0-2) sits alone over in the NFC West as the only winless team following its 27-17 road loss Sunday evening in Green Bay. So, think you have the NFL figured out after all these years?
Seahawks Fall To PackersThe Seahawks dropped to 0-2 for the first time since 2011
WATCH: Luke Willson One-Handed Catch Against PackersA Wilson-to-Willson pass ended with a one-handed, twisting catch
Team Grades: Rams Beat Seahawks 34-31To start the season on Sunday, the Seahawks had the ball for some 18 minutes more than the host St. Louis Rams, but that didn't mean much when all was said and done. The Rams found a way to get the game to overtime, then leave with a 34-31 win.
Seahawks Put Up Fight Against Rams, Fall In OvertimeThe Seahawks couldn't push past the Rams on fourth-and-inches in overtime
Seattle Ready To Soar Into St. LouisTo many pundits, the Seahawks are the odds-on favorite to capture the NFC crown, then head to Santa Clara for Super Bowl 50 in February. Should the Seahawks accomplish that feat, they undoubtedly do not want a repeat of the previous Super Bowl, a game in which they saw their hopes of back-to-back titles crushed in the final minutes against Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.
Seahawks Visit San Diego Chargers: What To Watch ForThe Seattle Seahawks starters will play into the third quarter of their preseason game against the San Diego Chargers Saturday. Kickoff is at 5pm (PT).
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