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It was supposed to be a culmination of the Seahawks’ ever-growing momentum. It was supposed to be the final, giddy step into the promised land of the playoffs. It was supposed to be a perfunctory defeat of an overmatched foe. It was supposed to be a party. A coronation. Instead, the Seahawks left Levi’s Stadium on Sunday with drawn faces after their 26-23 overtime loss to the 49ers, muttering about “shooting themselves in the foot’’ so many times you expected to see bloody tracks back to the team bus.
It was supposed to be a culmination of the Seahawks’ ever-growing momentum. It was supposed to be the final, giddy step into the promised land of the playoffs. It was supposed to be a perfunctory defeat of an overmatched foe. It was supposed to be a party. A coronation. Instead, the Seahawks left Levi’s Stadium on Sunday with drawn faces after their 26-23 overtime loss to the 49ers, muttering about “shooting themselves in the foot’’ so many times you expected to see bloody tracks back to the team bus.
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49ers CB Richard Sherman irks former Seahawks teammates

UPDATED: 7:22 p.m.

When Richard Sherman downplayed Seattle’s success by describing the Seahawks as a “middle of the road” team a few weeks ago, his former teammates took offense. Heading into today’s rematch between Sherman’s new team, the San Francisco 49ers, and his old one, former teammate Frank Clark says Sherman should worry more about the struggling 49ers than a Seahawks team that can clinch the playoffs with a win.
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Seahawks hoping stumble against 49ers is lesson learned

It was supposed to be a culmination of the Seahawks’ ever-growing momentum. It was supposed to be the final, giddy step into the promised land of the playoffs. It was supposed to be a perfunctory defeat of an overmatched foe. It was supposed to be a party. A coronation. Instead, the Seahawks left Levi’s Stadium on Sunday with drawn faces after their 26-23 overtime loss to the 49ers, muttering about “shooting themselves in the foot’’ so many times you expected to see bloody tracks back to the team bus.

Sports >  Seattle Seahawks

49ers CB Richard Sherman irks former Seahawks teammates

UPDATED: Sat., Dec. 15, 2018, 7:22 p.m.

When Richard Sherman downplayed Seattle’s success by describing the Seahawks as a “middle of the road” team a few weeks ago, his former teammates took offense. Heading into today’s rematch between Sherman’s new team, the San Francisco 49ers, and his old one, former teammate Frank Clark says Sherman should worry more about the struggling 49ers than a Seahawks team that can clinch the playoffs with a win.
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Once a weakness, offensive line now strength for Seahawks

UPDATED: Thu., Dec. 13, 2018, 9:03 p.m.

Seattle offensive line coach Mike Solari has done a lot of teaching this year and it’s paying off. The Seahawks’ offensive line has become a solid part of the team that is clearly not the weakness it’s been in the past. The linemen’s overall performance is part of the reason Seattle’s on the cusp of a postseason berth heading into Sunday’s game at San Francisco.
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Seahawks lose linebacker Mychal Kendricks for season to knee injury

UPDATED: Wed., Dec. 12, 2018, 6:33 p.m.

Seattle will be without linebacker Mychal Kendricks for the rest of the season after he suffered a knee and lower leg injury in the Seahawks’ win over Minnesota. Coach Pete Carroll says Kendricks will need surgery for a couple of different issues, including the knee and “a little nick” to his lower leg. Carroll says Kendricks would need at least six to eight weeks of recovery.