Russell Wilson's sensational play as a dual-threat quarterback has helped Seattle's offense become lethal again.
The Seahawks want Wilson to play out the final year of his contract for $1.5 million and then renegotiate next summer. Wilson
This Sunday, for the third time in the recent Super Bowl era, the NFL's best offense will face the league's best defense. In the previous two instances, the top defense won -- rather famously so.
2. Indianapolis quarterback Andrew Luck – As dramatic as Luck’s performance was in the first-round of the playoffs, he continued
Earl Thomas, Seattle Seahawks Executive of the Year John Schneider, Seattle Seahawks The league's best-kept front office
The coming together of a seven-piece soul band on an Internet ad site is not unremarkable but there is a certain level of amazement when their talent is gathered on stage. Soul Track Mind's performances are not just stylish trumpet or sax solos and blurry guitar riffs; they are a cultural exclamation point about American music.
The Falcons' defensive priority is going to have to be shutting down the Seahawks' read-option plays. The Seahawks' offense is normally a fairly good unit with some very good pieces, but is nearly unstoppable when able to successfully sprinkle in a spattering of zone reads.