Seattle Seahawks

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The Seahawks survived the stomach punch in Sunday’s opening minutes against the Carolina Panthers, took the contest a full 12 rounds, and in the end came up just short.

The Seattle Seahawks are headed to Minnesota.

What an ugly, ugly game. 

The question though is does that cruddy game--a loss to the St. Louis Rams 23-17--actually mean anything? 

Whenever the Seahawks score a touchdown, the immediate–and appropriate–fan reaction is: again???

After beating the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, and losing star undrafted rookie running back Thomas Rawls for the season, the Seattle Seahawks find themselves in the first Wild Card position if the playoffs were to start today.

The matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and the Pittsburgh Steelers felt just about as tense on Sunday as it did 10 years ago when they faced each other in Super Bowl XL. With yesterday's win, the 'Hawks stay alive in the 2015 playoff hunt. 

The three most important players for the Seattle Seahawks Sunday in their lopsided win over rival San Francisco 49ers were Russell Wilson, Tyler Lockett and Thomas Rawls, three offensive players aged 26, 23 and 22, respectively. 

Entering Sunday’s Seahawks game there were a lot of questions surrounding the team. After the game, we had our answers. Sort of.

We have a question: Where is cornerback Richard Sherman?