As much as he would have liked to have ditched the Pats from New England in the Super Bowl this past February, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll is setting his sights on getting rid of a different PAT this off season. The P.A.T., as in "Point After Touchdown."
It's hard to deny that Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is a winner and is constantly focused on maintaining a winner's mentality. It's amazing how those that rise to the top of their craft always seem to surround themselves with others who excel at superior levels
Following Sunday's tough 28-26 loss in St. Louis to the Rams, the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks find themselves sitting on a modest 3-3 record, having dropped consecutive games for the first time since the 2012 season
I don't catch myself staring at other men's crotches, but what has been seen cannot be unseen. This week's cover of Sports Illustrated made it almost impossible to miss getting a glimpse of Seahawks QB Russell Wilson's 12th Man.
While us fans in the Pacific Northwest are certainly biased about the prospects of the Seattle Seahawks becoming a dynasty for years to come, that thought becomes more legitimate when confirmed by a Hall of Fame quarterback who played for one of the league's greatest dynasties, former San Francisco 49er Joe Montana.
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