Kam Chancellor is the man of the hour and the talk of the town and the NFL as the Seahawks get ready to beat the Packers to head back to the Super Bowl. So let’s start with a bunch of stuff on him:
Pete Carroll talked about Lawyer Milloy’s influence on Chancellor in 2010.
Milloy then talked about Chancellor (and more) on 1090 The Fan.
Bobby Wagner told Chancellor “a pick-six would be great” just before the safety did it, per this NFL.com video feature.
And, for good measure, Gregg Bell wrote a nice comprehensive piece about just how important Chancellor is to the Seahawks.
The Packers and Seahawks, by the numbers.
Hawk Blogger throws out a few more stats that — surprise! — favor Seattle.
Mike McCarthy probably won’t cut the field in half for Aaron Rodgers this time.
That would mean more action for Richard Sherman, the subject of a nice feature by Robert Klemko of MMQB.com.
Clare Farnsworth writes about the Seahawks’ penchant for strong finishes. Pete Carroll says, “It’s about finishing. It’s not just finishing the fourth quarter, it’s finishing the season, it’s finishing the plays, it’s finishing everything.”
Doug Baldwin talks about B.J. Daniels, Paul Richardson, Luke Willson and more on 1090 The Fan.
A fan has petitioned the NFL to leave Marshawn Lynch alone.
Lance Easley, the referee who made the infamous Fail Mary touchdown call, says he is suffering PTSD symptoms due to the fallout from that Packers-Seahawks Monday night game in 2012.