The Seahawks had a pretty good season in 2013. Not only did they win the Super Bowl, they won in convincing fashion, 43-8 over the Denver Broncos. Still Seattle linebacker Bobby Wagner thinks his team will be even better this season.
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“I think we got way better this year, because we’re all so young," Wagner said on ESPN's First Take Tuesday morning (via SeattlePI.com). "So we’re still growing. Even Russell [Wilson] — Russell’s still young, he’s still young in the game. We’re all still growing.”
If Wagner is correct, this year's Seahawks team could be truly frightening. Seattle allowed 4.4 yards per play -- fewest in the NFL -- last season and forced a league-high 39 turnovers. Offensively, Seattle ranked in the top 10 in yards gained per play, and had the fifth best percentage of drives ending in a score.
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The Seahawks open the season at home against the Packers on Sept. 4.
- Dan Gartland