Native San Diegan, moved to the Pacific Northwest after marrying a Seahawks girl. Writer for multiple sports websites and co-host of the Seahawk Maven podcast with Corbin Smith. I am a multi-sport fan so there is no such thing as an offseason!
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Losing in Los Angeles stinks and certainly hurt playoff seeding, but if Seattle can learn something from a children's book, it's that such adversity could help lead to much better days ahead.
Though they're 10-2 and sit in first place in the NFC West, the Seahawks haven't been strangers to dramatic finishes this year. In fact, they seem to invite them.
The Seahawks are 9-2 or better for the third time in franchise history. The other two times, the franchise ended up in the Super Bowl. There's plenty for fans to be thankful about when it comes to their NFL team this holiday season.
Seattle has had several really good defensive ends under Schneider's watch, but none have boasted the magical traits Clowney brings to the table.
Even when he's not on his A game, Wilson continues to dazzle with his escapeability and accuracy under center for Seattle.
Wilson and Lockett have established a special connection starring for the Seahawks, providing similar fireworks to a dynamic duo that starred for the SuperSonics years ago.
Seahawks All Pro linebacker Bobby Wagner is making waves and setting records in ways not seen on planet Earth before. Well, at least in Seattle, that is.
After watching Lamar Jackson run through and around Seattle's helpless defense on Sunday, gamers can certainly sympathize with fans about the frustration of trying to stop a once-in-a-generation athletic talent at quarterback.
October can be a spooky month, even on the football field. This has become especially true for opponents in a particular location at CenturyLink Field.
The Seahawks are already down two pieces of their pass rush before Week 1, which means they will lean heavily on Ansah.