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4-2 starts have been historically good to Seahawks

Seattle has reached 4-2 10 times in the past 42 years, with eight playoff appearances in those seasons

A big bye week deal would be Seahawks’ first since 2010

With trade winds blowing and offensive line rumors swirling, remember John Schneider has hardly ever used Seattle’s week off to make meaningful roster changes

The 2013 Seahawks battled low offensive outputs and still reached championship form

If you look at first-half offense, and scoring, and passing, and sacks and three-and-outs, the team that won Super Bowl XLVIII didn’t do any better than the 2017 group has through four games

Seahawks looking to remain undefeated in home openers under Pete Carroll

In the Pete Carroll era, when the Seattle Seahawks play their first home game of the season, they win 100% of the time. Will that continue in 2017?

Lambeau Field has been a house of horrors for the Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks haven’t beaten the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field since 1999. Will that drought end on Sunday?

SB Nation’s Jon Bois shows Seahawks are “Least Volatile” in NFL

“Seattle went 16 years between truly bad seasons” as the latest Chart Party points out

NFC Northwest? Seahawks and Vikings have played 4 times since December 2015

Counting exhibition and postseason play, Seattle hasn’t matched up with any team as often lately as its I-90 companion

Read the clipped ending of Kenny Easley’s Hall of Fame Speech

Teleprompter malfunction cut short former Seahawks safety’s enshrinement speech in Canton

Seahawks flashback: Seattle rips Minnesota apart with 4 TDs in 107 seconds

A look back at one of the most memorable wins in Seahawks history, as Seattle annihilated Minnesota on Sunday Night Football back in 2002.

Seahawks will wear “96” to honor Cortez Kennedy

Team celebrates their Hall of Famer at a funeral in Memphis

Delano Hill to wear mythical Brian Bosworth “44” for Seahawks

No defensive player has worn the number in Seattle since the early 1990s

Watch: All eight of Justin Forsett’s Seattle Seahawks touchdowns

Ex-Seahawks running back Justin Forsett has announced his retirement. Watch all of his eight career touchdowns with the team.

Flashback: Tony Romo’s six career starts against the Seahawks

A look back at the highs and lows of Tony Romo’s six career starts against the Seattle Seahawks, as the former Cowboys quarterback prepares for life as a TV analyst.

Another reminder the Seahawks have never held the No. 1 pick

Ranking of 50 modern top draft selections features no choices by Seattle

Enemy Reaction Throwback Edition: Seahawks 31 49ers 6 (2010)

Take a trip down memory lane by reliving the first Seahawks game of the Pete Carroll era, which ended in a 31-6 thumping of the hated 49ers.

These ten teams have never beaten the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field

After fifteen seasons, there are still ten teams who’ve yet to defeat the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field.

Super Bowl XLVIII flashback: The defense was great, but so was Russell Wilson

The Seattle Seahawks defense may have been the story of Super Bowl XLVIII, but on offense, it was Russell Wilson who produced the goods time and time again.

Super Bowl XLIX flashback: How clock management doomed the Seahawks

Super Bowl XLIX was decided by a goal-line interception, but what shouldn’t be forgotten is how the Seahawks mismanaged the clock on the game’s decisive drive.

Exit the Seahawks: Exploring the yields of a lost season

Flashes of hopes from young players and reason to expect recoveries from productive veterans lead Seattle into a transitional period

Seahawks-Falcons flashback: The day fans clamored for Charlie Whitehurst

On Saturday, Seattle will be playing Atlanta for the right to go to the NFC Championship Game. This is a look back on the first time Pete Carroll’s Seahawks faced the Falcons.

The greatest Seahawks team of the ...1940s?

Seattle’s pro football club owes its name to a largely-forgotten armed forces training squad that in its time was as dominant as any in the war-rationed gridiron landscape

Has the Seahawks’ magic disappeared?

The supernatural or superstitious forces that gave Seattle an extra edge for so long appear in short supply lately, but will they ever come back?

Color Rush: A rad idea badly executed

The Rams wear white against the Seahawks, and other ways Nike and the league failed to visually juice up its Thursday games

This Seahawks team is built to win against adversity

Enter the Patriots: Appetizer to revenge

Pete Carroll will draw on an illustrious coaching tree to try to topple his nemesis

Pete Carroll 26-6 in second half since 2012

The Seahawks had never won when rushing as rarely as they did Monday

“We don’t have to run the football to win games,” says Pete Carroll.

Curt Warner and Thomas Rawls: A cautionary tale

One of the greatest Seahawks points at a fragile history of NFL running backs

The Seahawks consistently stay out of the cellar

How do they do it?

Baldwin can put himself alongside Seahawks legends

Where will the longtime Seahawk end up in Seahawks record books after signing a new 4-year extension?

Best games of 2015: Tommy 209

It's a new rookie franchise record for the new Beast.

A look back at Seattle great Jerry Rice

A Seahawks legend.

December 18, 2005: The Statement

The Seahawks, so used to leading in games, were down by 10 against the Titans. Could they come back to win the game?

The 1998 Seahawks and the Jets helmet

Vinny Testaverde dives toward the end zone to secure a win. Actually putting the ball over the goal line is optional.

November 30, 1992: Any port in a storm

The 2-14 Seahawks cripple the playoff hopes of the Denver Broncos.

October 8, 1978: One Short Kick

Efren Herrera had missed two extra points. With the game on the line, would he make a field goal to launch his team to a new level of respectability?


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