NFL Playoff Picture: Why Everyone Should Be Fearing the Seahawks Right Now

December 11, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Seattle Seahawks have gotten over their slow start to the season and are now starting to resemble the well-rounded, physical team that steamed through the playoffs the last couple of years.
Playing without Marshawn Lynch, the Seahawks’ (7-5, second in NFC West) offensive unit has still been one of the most lethal groups in the league of late. The turnaround has been highlighted by a three-game win streak in which Russell Wilson and Co. have averaged 35.3 points per game and had only two turnovers. 
Wilson’s numbers from those three games are as close to perfect as you could possibly hope for. He had 979 passing yards, 11 touchdown passes and no interceptions.
Coming off of a 38-7 victory over the Minnesota Vikings, Wilson told reporters what the keys have been for the effective offense at a press conference on Thursday, per the Seattle Times:
I think the offensive line is doing a tremendous job. They’re giving me enough time to make plays ...

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