The Seahawks are poised for another Super Bowl run, but Marshawn Lynch could be the difference-maker for his team and Fantasy owners. Jamey Eisenberg breaks down the defending champions.
Seattle may need to release a couple of key players or get them to restructure deals to alleviate some salary-cap concerns,
The Seahawks did not hire fritter away a wad of cash on free agency, hire a top assistant as head coach or go after a big-armed QB. Instead, they hired a guy fired twice in the NFL and found 53 guys who bought in.
Malcolm Smith's big plays spearhead the Peyton Manning-rattling Seahawks D. I get him as MVP. But Russell Wilson's playmaking leaves more of an impression.
The Broncos may have been slight favorites coming into Super Bowl XLVIII, but the Seahawks jumped to a lead on the first play from scrimmage and never looked back.
Russell Wilson is a good QB, but far from great. When Denver watches tape, it will see a passer who makes plays on the run but struggles in the pocket.
Seahawks kicker Steve Hauschka definitely someone who knows his limits. On a pivotal fourth down in the fourth quarter, the Seahawks passed on a field goal attempt because Hauschka didn't think he could make it.
Some CenturyLink Field fans threw popcorn at injured 49ers LB NaVorro Bowman as he made his way off the field and into the tunnel.
Sorting the Sunday Pile looks at the biggest stories from the NFL week that was. This week? The Broncos and Seahawks are a rare battle of No. 1 teams.
San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick turned the ball over three times in the fourth quarter as the Seahawks came back to beat the 49ers 23-17 in the NFC Championship.

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