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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.
TACOMA — Bruce Irvin has something to say to all those analysts who doubted that he was worth the 15th overall pick in the 2012 college draft: Thanks.
RENTON — The only way for Seattle's playoff seeding to change at this point requires the San Francisco 49ers to lose Sunday at home to an Arizona team that has lost 10 of its past 11 games and will be using its fourth different starting quarterback of the season.
RENTON — The NFL’s most prolific three-game scoring binge in 62 years actually began four games ago with a bit of desperation and a whole lot of urgency.
SEATTLE — The coaches met briefly at midfield, Seattle’s Pete Carroll and San Francisco’s Jim Harbaugh touching hands more than shaking them.
SEATTLE — Amid his terse, unrevealing answers, 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh pinpointed the only possible silver lining to Sunday’s 42-13 loss.
RENTON — The similarities don’t exactly stick out.
SEATTLE — When it comes to the Week 7 matchup between the Seahawks and 49ers in San Francisco, “it feels like we played that game last year or something,” Seattle center Max Unger said Tuesday.
The ref who awarded Seattle a game-winning TD against Green Bay struggles to find normalcy again.
RENTON — Seattle returned from Sunday’s 33-point victory assured of its first winning season since 2007 and one victory away from guaranteeing a playoff berth.
TORONTO — The streaker put on quite a show in Canada, executing a performance that required a double take.
SEATTLE — The NFL changed its schedule Monday to give the rest of the country another look at a Seahawks team that is drawing increasing attention, moving Seattle’s Dec. 23 game against San Francisco into prime time.
SEATTLE — The biggest victory in Seahawks history ended with their backup quarterback taking a knee and letting the final 10 seconds run off the clock.
RENTON, Wash. — Sidney Rice and Golden Tate have become the go-to targets for Seattle Seahawks rookie quarterback Russell Wilson.
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