If there’s one thing the 4-1 Seahawks and the 3-2 Titans both do very well, it’s holding on to the ball. Ranking in the top three in turnover differential, the game may simply come down to who gives up the ball, not necessarily first, but who gives it up at all.
Wide receivers in the NFL can either prosper greatly and make a big-time name for themselves or sit quietly in the background and move around from team to team. Kevin Walter is one of the few that has done both, and hopes to excel now with the Titans, since this may be his last chance.
The Bleacher Report’s Joel Reuter gathers a list of ten of the NFL’s stars who could have pursued a career in Major League Baseball.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Former Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck started his career as a backup to Brett Favre. He could end it being the backup to Andrew Luck. Less than 24 hours after being released by […]
RENTON,Wash.(AP) — The Seattle Seahawks have added needed depth on the defensive line by agreeing to terms with free agent defensive tackle Jason Jones. The team confirmed the agreement Saturday. Terms of the deal were not […]