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Seattle is 5-0 at its bye, and there has been no shortage of defining plays.
Through five games Seattle is 5-0, and the marks reflect that record.
The star quarterback’s brilliant play has Seattle at 5-0 entering the bye week.
While the players will still be tested daily, they will have more freedom than during a game week.
After the latest last-second win, a bye week gives fans — and this sportswriter — a chance to decompress.
A crazy game proves difficult to grade as Seattle pulls it out at the last moment.
Minnesota is just 1-3, but poses a big threat with talented running back Dalvin Cook.
The veteran run-stuffer was an All-Pro in 2016 with the Giants.
The 4-0 Seahawks have undergone a philosophical revolution from playing it safe in first halves to “Let Russ Cook.”
Though it wasn’t a perfect performance, Seattle earned solid grades all-around in improving to 4-0.
Seattle’s quarterback threw for 360 yards and two touchdowns to put away the Miami Dolphins.
The former UW star will face his hometown Seahawks on Sunday as Miami’s starting running back.
Undefeated Seattle has been historically bad at defending the pass through three games.
Cut when Seattle reduced its roster to 53, the pass-rusher proved he deserves another opportunity.
The wide receiver who also starred at UW was a clutch performer during Seattle’s Super Bowl years.
The offense shines again, while questions still linger about the defense.
Seattle’s Russell Wilson and Dallas’ Dak Prescott have both been on top of their games this season.
The Seattle O-coordinator has called games from the booth this season as opposed to the sideline.
All three Seahawks regular season wins over New England received good support from voters.
The linebacker, who was Seattle’s top pick in the 2020 draft, will start Sunday against Dallas.