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Seattle loses its third straight game to the Rams, as neither offense was able to get anything going.
Seahawks football is back as they host Miami in week 1.
Reacting to another disappointing loss for the Seahawks, as Arizona established themselves as the NFC West favorites from here on out.
Cincinnati tried to hand the Chargers a win, San Diego politely declined.
Seattle’s porous offensive line, plus St. Louis’ front seven, completely smothered the Seahawks offense.
Our in depth preview of Super Bowl XLIX between the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots. This game is going to come down to which team can shut down the opponents running game, while using their own running game to control the game.
The New England Patriots made some key acquisitions that propelled them to the Super Bowl. Including the signing of Darrelle Revis, which improved the team’s secondary.
The Patriots and Seahawks have relied on the power running game during the playoff run. But that hasn’t always been the case for one of the two Super Bowl teams.
The Seattle Seahawks will be hosting the NFC Championship Game for the second straight season. Seattle beat the Panthers 31-17 in the Divisional Round.
The Dallas Cowboys completed a second half comeback to beat the Detroit Lions 24-20 in the first round of the NFL playoffs.
The Indianapolis Colts defense was outstanding against the Cincinnati Bengals in a 26-10 Wild Card victory. Colts QB Andrew Luck was outstanding during the win.
The Baltimore Ravens put together an impressive offensive performance against the Steelers’ defense in the Wild Card round.
The Carolina Panthers picked up their first playoff win since the 2005 season, with a 27-16 victory over the Arizona Cardinals. Carolina was the second team in NFL history to make a playoff game with a sub-.500 record.
The Seattle Seahawks dominated the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday to complete the season sweep, and take control of the NFC West.