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SEATTLE – What did Pete Carroll think of how the Eagles “fired up” DK Metcalf? What’s the latest on Carlos Dunlap? And was Monday night’s 23-17 win over Philadelphia the best game Jamal Adams has played as a Seahawk?
SEATTLE – Monday night kicked off a stretch of games for Seattle when the most important thing is to simply do the most important thing – win.
PHILADELPHIA — DK Metcalf got extra motivation he didn't even need.
Monday Night Football?
The 3.5 sacks Carlos Dunlap has in the three games he’s played for Seattle are impressive enough.
On Thursday, the Seattle Seahawks announced that their new home would heretofore be known as Lumen Field, though the GPS will not change – good news for tailgaters, at least once tailgating can be a thing again.
There was very little time for Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins to enjoy the wave of celebration after one of the great game conclusions in Arizona Cardinals history.
It’s getting harder to justify letting Russell Wilson cook when there are this many fires in the kitchen.
Is it panic time for the Seahawks?
Hey, you have to figure he’s still the fans’ MVP.
The chance to play against the NFL's worst pass defense should be a golden opportunity for Jared Goff and Sean McVay to get the Los Angeles Rams back into top form after a few stumbling weeks.
Following the Seahawks’ 44-34 loss at Buffalo on Sunday, coach Pete Carroll said the way the game went left him thinking “I don’t even recognize us.’’
After Sunday's defensive debacle in Buffalo, where the Seahawks gave up 44 points – the most in a game since 2009 – their coach offered a semblance of an excuse.
The big picture following the 44-34 defeat Sunday at Buffalo is that the Seattle Seahawks are still in good shape to accomplish all of their goals this season.
What was once a heavy concern has become a complete embarrassment.
When the Comcast jalopy threw a rod in the middle of brunch with the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, a funny thing happened.
Buffalo Bills defensive lineman Quinton Jefferson isn’t sure why everyone’s suddenly going gaga over the numbers Russell Wilson has put up in Seattle this season.
As part of his trade from Cincinnati to Seattle, defensive end Carlos Dunlap essentially placed a $3 million bet on the table.
A few weeks back, Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer insisted that nothing had changed. Seattle’s dedication to running the football was still a staple of the offense regardless of quarterback Russell Wilson’s performance.
It sort of feels weird to say for a team that now has the best record in the NFC.