Seattle’s five-year run of reaching the playoffs seems like fading history in the wake of its 42-7 obliteration at the hands of the Rams Sunday.
Author: Steve Rudman
Russell Wilson had three interceptions Sunday, then took his place among the NFL’s all-time fourth-quarter legends with two long-distance TD passes.
TE Jimmy Graham did next-to-nothing as a scoring threat in his first 31 games as a Seahawk. Now he’s the hottest red zone player in the NFL.
Hosting the 10-1 Eagles Sunday night, the Seahawks only once in 41-plus years have beaten a team with 10+ wins and a .900-plus win percentage.
Saturday will mark only the eighth time since 1936 that UW and WSU will face each other as AP-ranked foes. Also: Mike Leach this week delivered an epic rant against the CFP.
The Seahawks had 106 yards in penalties Monday — again — to become the first team in the Super Bowl era to have five consecutive games with 100+ penalty yards.
With a one-man band on offense and a portfolio of injuries, the Seahawks, even at 6-3 have reached a pivot point under coach Pete Carroll.
Washington and Washington State enter the Apple Cup with just four combined losses, making this one of the most high-profile games in the history of the rivalry.
The Seahawks drew 12 penalties in their 22-16 win over Arizona Thursday and are on pace to break the NFL’s single-season record.
From a statistical point of view, Washington’s 2017 defense compares favorably with the 1991 defense, considered the best in school history.