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Team Grades: Wilson, Seahawks Cruise Past Ravens 35-6Behind five touchdowns from quarterback Russell Wilson, the Seahawks were dominant from start to finish, capturing their eighth win of the season. With the win, Seattle remains in control of its playoff destiny, that is holding on to a NFC Wild Card spot if it wins out.
Team Grades: Cardinals In Firm Control Of NFC West, Top Seahawks 39-32A perennial favorite to win the NFC West and perhaps make it back for a third straight NFC Championship appearance, Seattle (4-5) is in danger of being on the outside looking in when the playoffs role around in early January.
Team Grades: Seahawks Fly High With 20-3 Win Over NinersPlaying with an enthusiasm (especially on the defensive side of the ball), Seattle (3-4) kept Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco (2-5) offense at bay for most of the evening, coasting to a 20-3 win on the road.
Seahawks, Carroll Remain Confident Despite 2-4 StartSo, what is the formula for returning the two-time NFC Champion (2013, 2014) Seahawks back to their winning ways?
Injury Report: Lynch Expected To Be Ready As Seahawks Tackle PanthersOnce holding a 20-point lead in the second half in Cincinnati last weekend, Seattle (2-3) watched as Andy Dalton and the Bengals pulled a rabbit out of the hat, escaping with a 27-24 overtime victory. It was Seattle's second overtime loss of the season (lost the opener at St. Louis, 34-31), leaving the Seahawks to wonder when things will turn around.
Opponent Profile: Seattle Hoping To Give Cincinnati That Losing FeelingThe Bengals, who have been a perennially strong regular-season team and then crashed in the AFC playoffs, have won in a variety of ways this season to hold a firm grip on first place in the AFC North.
Injury Report: Seattle's Lynch And Morgan Look To Overcome Hamstring InjuriesAs the Seattle Seahawks (1-2) and Detroit Lions (0-3) prepare to meet up this coming Monday evening in the Pacific Northwest, it is rather safe to say that both teams feel losing is not an option.
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.
Opponent Profile: Seahawks Look To Bear-Down On ChicagoDespite a pair of setbacks on the road in consecutive weeks (St. Louis, Green Bay), Seattle (0-2) is no doubt focused on the task at hand, that is preparing for and beating the also winless Chicago Bears this coming Sunday when the NFC North representatives comes to the Pacific Northwest in Seattle's home opener.
Seattle In Need Of Bounce Back Against Green BaySure, the Rams were a very mediocre 6-10 a season ago, but they also have played the Seahawks tough in recent times, including a win over Seattle a season ago in St. Louis. Couple that with the fact that any division game figures to be tough, and you have the recipe that was Sunday's loss to the Rams.
Seahawks Get Early-Season NFC Title Rematch With PackersAfter dropping a hard-fought 34-31 overtime game in St. Louis this past weekend, Seattle (0-1) finds the schedule even more difficult this weekend, meeting Aaron Rodgers and a Packers' team with a chip on its shoulders from last January's NFC Championship game in Seattle.