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Seattle is 25-10 in games started by Russell Wilson in December.
It sure looked that way Sunday night when they drubbed the high-flying Eagles.
Seattle gets a dominating effort from its defense and three TD passes from QB Russell Wilson
The Seahawks earn a bundle of high marks for its performance against the NFL’s top team
Seattle’s coach gives his opening remarks following the Seahawks’s 24-1o win over the NFL leaders.
Shaquill Griffin and Mike Davis are back, Nazair Jones and Dion Jordan are out for Seattle.
The safety is listed as having a heel injury as hurting Seattle prepares to face 10-1 Philadelphia.
Philadelphia reminds of that Seattle team with its efficiency, power, swagger and good fortune.
For only the 4th time in the Pete Carroll era, Seattle is a home underdog this Sunday vs. the Eagles.
Seattle went an entire game without allowing a sack for the first time since 2015, thanks to its QB.
The football futures of him and teammate Cliff Avril have never been more uncertain.
The defense earned a high grade for its performance in Sunday’s victory.
The veteran linebacker’s clutch interception adds to speculation that he’s having his best season ever
Seattle’s QB throws TD passes to tight ends Nick Vannett and Jimmy Graham in a 24-13 win over 49ers
Carroll gives his opening remarks following Seattle’s 24-13 victory over San Francisco.
Seattle remains without injured secondary starters Kam Chancellor and Shaquill Griffin.
The veteran starting left guard has missed the past six games after having knee surgery in October.
Signs point to the two injured stars not playing again this season, with beyond that in question, too.
The DE has come back from failed drug tests, knee surgeries and being out of the NFL for nearly 3 years.
The Seahawks, who are up against the salary cap, save $400,941 by waiving the veteran defensive end.