Pete Carroll told NFL Network this game in Minnesota will show whether the Seahawks really have turned the corner.
Can the Seahawks replicate the 1998 49ers, 2001 Patriots and 2011 Giants — all 6-5 teams that won the Super Bowl?
Despite throwing the fewest passes in the league, Russell Wilson is on pace for almost 4,000 yards.
Tom Cable said the offense is helping Wilson much more: “He’s a special quarterback, and when you do it right for him …”
Gregg Bell says the Seahawks’ offensive line has been the key to the Seahawks’ season “U-turn.”
The Seahawks hopefully learned a lesson from the failed Drew Nowak experiment.
Doug Baldwin leads NFL receivers over the last three weeks — perhaps inspired by Marshawn Lynch’s comment that the offense had looked “unfamiliar.”
Richard Sherman says he has not been as chirpy as usual this season because his detractors have shut up.
Sherman is the Seahawks’ nominee for Walter Payton Man of the Year.
Earl Thomas does good works, too. His charity’s fundraiser brought in $155,000.
It’s looking like the Seahawks could be without Paul Richardson, Marcus Burley and Jordan Hill in Minnesota.
The Seahawks signed TE Chase Coffman on Tuesday, but they are still on the lookout for tight ends: Former Hawk Anthony McCoy worked out for them Wednesday.
Nowak’s fall back to the practice squad is complete.