Greg Cosell’s Super Bowl Film Review: This is how Seattle dominated Denver’s offense | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
Before Super Bowl XLVIII, I thought one of the biggest potential mismatches was Seattle's nickel defensive line vs. the Broncos' offensive line.
Advanced NFL Stats: 2013 Seahawks Defense: In the Conversation for Best Ever?
The SEA defense dominated the league's best offense in years to take home the championship. Where should they stand in relation to some of the great defenses in recent times? Could they be the best defense ever?
Chat: Chat: Bennett, Wagner, Kearse - SportsNation - ESPN
Welcome to SportsNation! On Friday, we're celebrating the Seahawks' Super Bowl win with three Seattle players: Michael Bennett, Bobby Wagner and Jermaine Kearse.
NFL Prospect Focus: LSU Defense | National Football Post
Once again, LSU's defense will have some names in the NFL Draft
NFL Prospect Focus: Oregon Defense | National Football Post
Though known for their offense, Oregon's defensive players are turning heads this season.
K.J. Wright: Seahawks probably beat Broncos 90 times out of 100 - CBSSports.com
"Probably 90," Wright told NBCSN, via PFT. "I'd probably go 90 out of 100. They might've got lucky those other 10 times. They're a good football team but you know the way we play, our style of play most teams just can't match up with it. We are really good at what we do, we run the ball really well, we stop the run, and we just outhit guys, so you know most teams just can't match up with our style of play."
Richard Sherman: Percy Harvin will boost Seahawks - NFL.com
The Seattle Seahawks are already the NFL's best team. Will they be even better with Percy Harvin healthy in 2014? Cornerback Richard Sherman and coach Pete Carroll weigh in on Harvin's potential.
700,000 at Seahawks parade? Doesn’t add up, experts say | Local News | The Seattle Times
Hmmm, how to bring this up. Look, 12th Man, that was a great parade in downtown Seattle on Wednesday afternoon.
Ten random thoughts about the Seahawks’ Super Bowl victory | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
A week later, a few final thoughts and observations about the greatest moment in Seahawks history.
Focus on what a player can become, not what he is right now | Seahawks Draft Blog
Do we talk enough about development?
Can Seahawks become NFL's next dynasty? - 710sports.com
Now that the Seahawks have secured the first Super Bowl championship in franchise history and are the second-youngest team to ever win the big game, experts are discussing whether the Seahawks can emerge as the next NFL dynasty.
Morning Links: Key dates coming up | Seahawks Insider - The News Tribune
As we move into the offseason, let’s take a look at what’s coming up.
Carroll says Hawks have 'some very difficult decisions' | HeraldNet.com - Sports
SEATTLE — A year ago, Pete Carroll didn't hesitate when asked about his team's needs heading into the offseason. He wanted pass rushers, the...
Analyzing Potential Seattle Seahawks Salary Cap Casualties in the 2014 Offseason
Seattle Seahawks news, rumors, scores, schedules, predictions, picks against the spread, free agent updates, power rankings, mock drafts and more
Why Andrew Luck is the most untradeable player in the NFL | National Football Post
Indy’s quarterback has the entire package.
Eric Decker unsure of future with Broncos | National Football Post
Wide receiver is a pending free agent
Tallest and Shortest Wide Receiver Groups Since 1950 — FootballPerspective.com
Yesterday, I looked at the average height of the receivers of each team in the NFL in 2013. Today, we’ll use the same method but look at every NFL team since 1950. As it turns out, the 2013 Bears rank as one of the third tallest group of receivers in history. The only thing Chicago didn’t have was a 6’8 Harold Carmichael.
Keith Price 'feeling disrespected' after combine snub - NFL.com
Washington quarterback Keith Price didn't get an invitation to the NFL Scouting Combine and he isn't pleased. Presumably he will ask mentor Russell Wilson for some advice.
Jameis Winston says he could be at FSU for 2 more years - NFL.com
Jameis Winston said he could be at Florida State for two more years. Baseball is a big reason, he said.
Positional changes in store for some combine invitees - NFL.com
Under-the-radar combine storylines include several players working out at unfamiliar positions and some small-school prospects performing on the big NFL stage
Will Auburn's Dee Ford be first-round pick in 2014 NFL Draft? - NFL.com
NFL Media analyst Charles Davis says don't be surprised if NFL teams keep moving Auburn DE Dee Ford up on their draft boards.
2014 NFL Draft Team Needs: Edge Rusher Breakdown
As the Seahawks so efficiently proved in the Super Bowl, pass-rushing is a valuable skill, and a bevy of pass rushers can be one of the most important assets a team has. The NFL is currently chock full of that kind of talent, at a time when their services have never been in higher demand.
2014 NFL Draft: Trent Murphy Scouting Report
Athleticism: Murphy possesses a unique blend of size, quickness, balance and agility that make him an ideal candidate for the NFL. He’s tall, but lean; with a frame capable of adding muscle easily. But, for a big man, he is agile, sturdy and sure footed. It takes quite the effort to knock him off balance. And while he may lack quality high-end speed, he’s deceptively quick and can close on ball carriers in the backfield and out in space easily.
Talents on the Fringe: RB Shakir Bell | The Rookie Scouting Portfolio
Every draft has a handful of players where the talent is there, but they don’t register on the draft media’s Richter Scale.
Futures: Brandin Cooks vs. Ifo Ekpre-Olumu | The Rookie Scouting Portfolio
On most Saturdays where he treads his feet, Oregon State junior Brandin Cooks is the most dangerous athlete on any college football field. The 2013 Biletnikoff Award winner has earned comparisons to a slightly bigger, slightly slower Tavon Austin with flashes of playmaking that have some comparing Cooks to Steve Smith.