LARRY STONE: And so it has come to this for the Seahawks, who once were the darlings of football, the baddest team in the NFL, the model of a franchise that seemed to do no wrong: They are grasping for positive signs in defeat. The Seahawks’ present is precarious at best, and grim at worst. Above, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson leaves the field after the game.
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