Sunday Seahawks links

A bit of midday reading for you while you wait to see who Seattle will host in the NFC championship game.

My column in today’s Herald on yet another dominant fourth-quarter performance by the Seahawks, a team that steals puppies and damages souls late in the game.

Also in today’s paper, stories on Kam Chancellor’s dominant performance, on a big day for the passing game, and a notebook leading off with updates on Byron Maxwell, Max Unger and Paul Richardson.

Sports Illustrated’s Greg Bishop says Russell Wilson again proved his mettle in a big postseason performance.

And speaking of, from the blog late last night (or maybe it was early this morning), Russell Wilson now has the highest postseason passer rating in NFL history.

ESPN’s Terry Blount writes about Kam Chancellor, AKA, “The Dark Knight” who got the better of Carolina’s Cam, who goes by Superman.

Danny O’Neil of 710 ESPN Seattle also focuses on Chancellor’s big day, as does Sports Illustrated’s Doug Farrar.

USA Today’s Jim Corbett writes about Wilson and Chancellor leading the Seahawks to a big win.

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