Saturday's news conference was for us, and by us, I mean the reporters who covered it, the people who read about it and the league's television network, which replayed the full interview at least twice afterward.
Sure, it hurts being a Seahawks fan, knowing your team was close to playing in the Super Bowl. But just because the Seahawks won't be there doesn't mean you can't still enjoy the game.
Super Bowl matchup proves teams don't have to have a pass-oriented offense to succeed.
There's a mountain of statistics to back up Pete Carroll's decision to go for it on fourth-and-1 Sunday in the Seahawks' loss at Atlanta. It just didn't work out this time.
The NFL didn't apologize to Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor for the mistake its officials made last Sunday. Instead, the league declined...
The NFL's shield should not be a sword. That was the implication of Paul Tagliabue's ruling to vacate the suspensions that NFL commissioner...
One former Trojan led Seattle in receiving on Sunday while another was a starting linebacker who scored a touchdown on special teams. That shouldn't be all...
Instead of putting rookie quarterbacks on the bench to learn NFL offenses, more coaches are tailoring their playbooks to fit first-year players.
Rookie quarterback Russell Wilson gave Seahawks a preview of what was to come in August before coaches dialed back the offense.
The fact that a player like David Vobora, who tried to do everything right, still wound up going wrong speaks to the unyielding nature of the NFL's drug policy. It also shows how flawed it is.