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Seahawks defeat Vikings, will play Panthers next round!

Seahawks defeat Vikings, will play Panthers next round!

By: Chris Taylor (Kalapaki Joe’s Staff Writer)

 

 

The Seattle Seahawks defeated the Minnesota Vikings by a final score of 10-9 on Sunday and will now travel to Carolina to battle the Panthers this weekend (Jan 17) in the NFL playoffs divisional round.

The Vikings carried a 9-0 lead in to the games fourth quarter on Sunday before Russell Wilson found Doug Balwdin for Seattle’s first score of the game.

On the next possession, Minnesota would hand the ball off to former NFL MVP Adrian Peterson who was stripped by Hawks safety Cam Chancellor, a fumble the Seattle defense recovered.

Seattle would post a field goal off of the “AP” turnover and took the lead 10-9.

The Vikings would get one last chance to have the ball on offense with two minutes remaining in the fourth quarter.

Second-year QB Teddy Bridgewater would lead the Vikings in to Seattle territory and set up his kicker Blair Walsh with what appeared to be a gimme 27-yard field goal.

Unfortunately for Vikings fans, Walsh pulled the kick left, breaking the hearts of all Vikings fans in the process.

After earning the thrilling victory over Minnesota, Seattle has now advanced to play the Carolina Panthers next Sunday in the divisional round.

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Seattle Seahawks clinch playoff berth!

Seattle Seahawks clinch playoff berth!

By: Chris Taylor (Kalapaki Joe’s Staff Writer)

The Seattle Seahawks (9-5) clinched an NFC Playoff Berth on Sunday afternoon by defeating the Cleveland Browns (3-11) by a final score of 30-13 at CenturyLink Field.

Seahawks star quarterback Russell Wilson completed 21 of 30 pass attempts on Sunday afternoon for a total of 249 yards and 3 touchdown scores.

Seattle running back Christine Michael carried the ball 16 times for a total of 84 yards in place of the injured Marshawn Lynch.

The win marked Seattle’s fifth-straight victory and guaranteed the team an NFC Wild Card berth.

The Seahawks will play hosts to division rivals the St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals in their final two games of the 2015 regular season.

Seattle lost to both teams (The Cards and Rams) in their first division meetings earlier this season.

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Seattle Seahawks extend win streak to four in a row!

Seattle Seahawks extend win streak to four in a row!

By: Chris Taylor (Kalapaki Joe’s Staff Writer)

The Seattle Seahawks (8-5) extended their current win streak to four games in a row by destroying the Ravens (4-9) by a final score of 35-6 yesterday afternoon in Baltimore.

Seattle’s defense appears to have returned to the form which saw them capture the Super Bowl just two years ago.

The Seahawks have given up a total of 13 points in their past two games against the Minnesota Vikings and aforementioned Baltimore Ravens, which has resulted in the squad becoming the NFL’s second-ranked overall defense.

Seattle’s star quarterback, Russell Wilson, threw five touchdown passes on Sunday afternoon, three of which went to wideout Doug Baldwin.

With their Week 14 victory over the Ravens, the Seahawks now find themselves in an NFC Wild Card spot.

The one piece of bad news for Seattle fans was that the team lost running back Thomas Rawls for the remainder of the season with a broken ankle.

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll stated yesterday that there is still no timetable for the return of “Beastmode” aka Marshawn Lynch.

Seattle’s remaining three games will be played at home against the Cleveland Browns, St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals.

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Seahawks edge Romo-less Cowboys!

Seahawks edge Romo-less Cowboys!

By: Chris Taylor (Kalapaki Joe’s Staff Writer)

 

 

The Seattle Seahawks (4-4) earned a hard fought victory over the Dallas Cowboys (2-5) yesterday afternoon in Texas.

It was not a pretty game by either team, but the Seahawks were able to get back to the .500 mark with a 13-12 win over the Cowboys.

Hawks QB Russell Wilson completed 19 of 30 pass attempts for 210 yards and a touchdown, while running back Marshawn Lynch carried the ball 21 times for a total of 71 yards on the ground.

The Seahawks defense were able to keep Matt Cassel and the Boys offense in check for most of the game, as Dallas gained just over 200 yards of total offense on Sunday afternoon.

While the win was huge and kept Seattle in the NFC playoff chase, there is no denying that the Seahawks are struggling on offense.

Seattle will have a bye week to try and correct matters before travelling to Arizona to battle the NFC West leading Cardinals in Week 10.

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