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Seahawks Close In On NFC West Title

GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — The Seattle Seahawks sure look like Super Bowl material again after dominating Arizona with a stifling defense and dynamic offense.

Russell Wilson threw for two touchdowns and ran for another, Seattle set a franchise record with 596 yards of offense and the streaking Seahawks closed in on another NFC West title with a 35-6 romp over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday night. 546 more words


UCLA's Mora and Auburn's Malzahn potential NFL targets?

The college football world may be on Jim Harbaugh watch to see what happens with his coaching future (NFL or Michigan?), but two other college coaches could be ready to receive some NFL overtures as well. 246 more words

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Seahawks vs Cardinals prediction Dec 21, 2014

The Cardinals sit atop the NFC West with a record of 11-3.

The Seahawks, hungry for more championships, are a game back at 10-4.

They play a Sunday Night Football matchup that may be one of the biggest SNF battles of the year.   303 more words


All rainbows: Defense set to dominate through 2017

The Seahawks’ deals for Cliff Avril and K.J. Wright had been in the works pretty much all year, so it was no surprise they got them done before the end of the season. 744 more words

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Right Move Extending Seahawks Wright

If there’s one thing we’ve learned during coach Pete Carroll’s tenure with the Seattle Seahawks, he values a player with versatility.  That’s why it’s no surprise the Hawks today signed linebacker K.J. 406 more words


Blitzing Cards A Concern For Seahawks

While Russell Wilson has the uncanny ability to elude tacklers and make something out of nothing, the Seattle Seahawks would prefer to keep him clean in the pocket this Sunday night at Arizona.   365 more words


Once again, Hawks are winning despite O-line

The Seahawks have rediscovered the formula that won them a Super Bowl: No. 1 defense plus Beast Mode plus DangeRuss plus crappy offensive line.

Can you imagine what kind of season Marshawn Lynch would have if he was running behind the 2005 Super Bowl line that featured future Hall of Famer Walter Jones and All-Pro Steve Hutchinson? 1,071 more words

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