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Russell Wilson and the Seahawks offense thrived when it mattered most in Sunday's 13-9 victory over Carolina.
Jerry Brewer column: Seahawks’ two-minute offense doesn’t give defense a chance to set up and takes advantage of Russell Wilson’s ability to throw and run.
By driving 80 yards in final 4:37, Seattle proves it still is a championship team despite a lot of inexperience. Russell Wilson has orchestrated 12 fourth-quarter or overtime comebacks, and consider the latest, The Drive That Saved The Seahawks’ Season.
As easy as it is to attack anonymous Seahawks for turning this into a racial identity thing, the issue of how a quarterback wins a locker room is a difficult and delicate conversation.
Cassie Strickland’s maturation is one of the most interesting stories on a team full of them. The Huskies are as balanced, as star laden and as well coached as any team in the country. Among the standouts is Strickland, who has made a successful transition from outside hitter to libero.
Despite not being able to get to Percy Harvin, you can expect the Seahawks coach to make sure he gets it right with the next recalcitrant player.
Once again, Washington and Oregon played a football game that wasn’t worth watching to the end.
Trying to get all the offensive talent working smoothly not going so smoothly just yet
The Seahawks’ many problems can be fixed. This is when Pete Carroll will earn his paycheck.
The Dallas Cowboys served the Seahawks a heavy dose of humility Sunday, beating them at their own game. Now Seattle must refocus and fix what’s wrong.
Love ’em, hate ’em, laugh at ’em for their struggles the past 18 years, but you can’t ignore the Cowboys. There’s a lesson in this for the Seahawks and their fledgling significance. The Cowboys understand the scrutiny and envy the Seahawks are currently experiencing.
Coming off an impressive freshman season, Nigel Williams-Goss appears determined to expand his game and enhance the prospects of a UW team that isn’t expected to be much.