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Losing Seahawks may be division champs

Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck fumbles as he is hit by San Francisco 49ers linebacker Travis LaBoy. (Associated Press)
Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck fumbles as he is hit by San Francisco 49ers linebacker Travis LaBoy. (Associated Press)

TAMPA, Fla. — The tailspin continued Sunday for the Seahawks. So, too, did their playoff chase. Yes, it’s been that kind of season for the Seahawks and the NFC West. Seattle suffered its seventh lopsided loss in nine weeks, falling 38-15 to Tampa Bay at Raymond James Stadium, but in a historically bad division, that result once again didn’t hurt the Seahawks’ playoff hopes.

And after an up-and-down season it all comes down to the final game for the Seahawks. Beat St. Louis at Qwest Field on Sunday, and the Seahawks, 7-9 record and all, will be champions of the division that has turned into a punch line. More here.

Watching a Seahawk game lately is like undergoing a voluntary root canal. But I'll still be watching next Sunday. WIll you?




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Cindy Hval
Cindy Hval is a freelance columnist for the Voices neighborhood sections. Her Front Porch column appears twice a month in the Thursday Voice.









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