Thursday Night Breakdown: Seahawks Seek Bounceback Over Reeling RamsBoth the Rams and Seahawks look to turn things around on Thursday Night Football after blowout losses in Week 14.
Keidel: Seahawks-Patriots Super Bowl Rematch Worth The HypeThe Seahawks-Patriots winner in Week 10 won't get a Lombardi Trophy, but they might be the Super Bowl favorite come February.
Yankees Use Cam Newton's Super Bowl Press Conference As Example Of How Not To ActThe Yankees reportedly showed video of the Carolina Panthers quarterback’s post-Super Bowl interview as an example of what not to do when speaking to the media.
Silverman: Panthers Will Leave Seahawks With The Carolina BluesThe Carolina Panthers will host the Seattle Seahawks in the most glamorous and compelling divisional matchup of the weekend.
Seahawks Hoping To Get Better Of Panthers In RematchFor the Seattle Seahawks, the idea of a rematch with the top-seeded Carolina Panthers is no doubt something they have been looking forward to since dropping a 27-23 home decision to the Panthers earlier this season.
Battle Of Defenses In Seahawks-Panthers Divisional Round MatchupWhen the Carolina Panthers and Seattle Seahawks last met, the Panthers squeezed out a close victory. Now, the two teams meet in the NFC Divisional round of the playoffs.
Wilson And Newton - Different Approaches To WinningThe Seahawks - Panthers game matches up two quarterbacks firing on all cylinders. But Wilson and Newton have very different personalities.
Alex Smith Is The Key To Chiefs' 2015 Playoff HopesBelieve it or not, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith has one of the highest postseason QB ratings in NFL history.
Minnesota Vikings Get Second Chance At Seattle SeahawksThe Minnesota Vikings open the playoffs against the Seattle Seahawks at TCF Bank Stadium on Sunday.
Seattle Seahawks SoaringThe Seahawks, with a convincing win over the Vikings and a favorable schedule remaining, could roll right into the playoffs.
Keidel: Pete Carroll Should Have Admitted He Made A MistakeFailure teaches us infinitely more than success does. And if Carroll wants more of the latter, he has to admit the former.
Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll Stands By Decision To Pass At End Of Super BowlCarroll stood by the decision for Russell Wilson to throw from the New England 1 with 26 seconds left, a pass that was intended for Ricardo Lockette and intercepted by Malcolm Butler.