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The Seahawks’ defensive end knocked the Eagles quarterback out of Sunday’s playoff game.
Seattle earns a trip to Green Bay for next weekend’s divisional round
Coaching staff bolsters its grade with a gutsy pass call in the closing minutes
Both Seattle and Philly are without two starters on the offensive line; Diggs returns for Seattle.
Seattle has no choice but to embrace the road warrior mentality as the postseason begins.
Wagner is named to the first team for the fifth time in his career; Wilson gets a second-team nod.
Persistence and top-notch special-teams play pay off the rookie 6th-round pick.
The league is in no rush to change the rule that gives division winners a home game regardless of record.
The veteran running back’s leaping touchdown produced a shower of Skittles at CenturyLink Field.
Strong second half by the offense salvages an otherwise dismal report card
Seattle’s furious second-half comeback stopped just shy of the goal line in a 26-21 loss to 49ers
The Seahawks get Clowney and Griffin back; San Francisco has depth issues on the D-line.
The NFC West title, playoff seeding and Marshawn Lynch’s return are just of few of Sunday’s subplots.
Robert Turbin is the other part of a running back reunion in Seattle.
Left tackle Duane Brown underwent successful knee surgery Monday.
Injury-riddled Seahawks have more pressing concerns than their playoff seeding
Seattle’s top two running backs knocked out of the game with season-ending injuries.
Herald writer Nick Patterson deems only one group worthy of a grade above a ‘D’
The Seahawks have four starters out; Arizona is largely healthy.
Seattle is banged up, but still has plenty to play for against the division-rival Cardinals.