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FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. — Matt Ryan finds himself locked in the middle of a paradox, but one that has an easily discernible exit strategy. All he has to do is win a playoff game, and poof, it begins to evaporate.
SEATTLE — The Seahawks didn’t back down.
RENTON, Wash. — The quarterback too short to succeed in the NFL was at the helm of an offense ill—equipped to rally from a deficit and playing for a team that struggles on the road.
ASHBURN, Va. — Pete Carroll says the “field” in FedEx Field is “horrible.”
RENTON, Wash. — Defensive end Chris Clemons’ season ended Sunday on the shoddy turf at Washington, Seattle’s top pass rusher suffering a knee injury that will require surgery.
LANDOVER, Md. — Quarterback Russell Wilson reached the end zone first, his block opening the path Marshawn Lynch followed to the winning touchdown.
LANDOVER, Md. — The road doesn’t get any easier for the Seahawks, but the NFC’s hottest team isn’t short on confidence.
LANDOVER, Md. — Washington offensive tackle Trent Williams was still wearing his helmet when he confronted Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman on the field after the game.
RENTON, Wash. — The heartbeat of Seattle’s offense is at rest in the Seahawks’ locker room.
SEATTLE — He’s Washington’s other dynamic rookie, the one who arrived with little fanfare and virtually no expectations.
RENTON, Wash. — The Seahawks regained a starting cornerback Monday, but lost some of the depth in that secondary.
SEATTLE — It wasn’t just the way Seattle ended its winning drive that showed how far the Seahawks have come this season.
SEATTLE — Washington and Seattle carry the two longest winning streaks in the NFC into the playoffs, and each has a running back who exceeded 1,500 yards rushing this season.
RENTON, Wash. — The Seahawks’ longest winning streak under Pete Carroll continued Thursday, the most recent victory occurring without anyone stepping onto a field.
RENTON, Wash. — The Seahawks had five players named to the NFC Pro Bowl team Wednesday, and while that total was a compliment to Seattle’s success, it didn’t include the player who might be having the best season on the team.
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