After sputtering on offense all game, the Seahawks pieced together a nine-play, 75-yard drive that took up 5 minutes 41 seconds. Among the key plays was a 23-yard pass play from Russell Wilson to Marshawn Lynch (watch video here) and a 15-yard scramble by Wilson.
The Seahawks got their second turnover of the day when cornerback DeShawn Shead blocked a Cardinals punt early in the third quarter. The blocked punt was big enough, but it was punctuated by Cooper Helfet's body-slam tackle of Cardinals tight end Rob Housler, who had fallen on the loose ball. (Watch
I am extremely pleased with the leadership Jay Inslee has shown on climate change [“Inslee climate push to go beyond carbon pricing,” Local News, Nov. 17]. We need more elected representatives who have the courage to do what’s right for our state, now and in the future.
I think the latest round of Republican theatrics in Congress (suing the president) demonstrates a real lack of vision for the people of this country ["House GOP sues Obama administration on health law," Nation & World, Nov. 21].
Jerry Brewer: For all the pressure that the aggressive, blitzing Arizona defense generated on Sunday, the Seahawks were still the best defense on the field. It was a classic performance by Seattle, hounding Drew Stanton and taking care of an Arizona run game that ranks last in the NFL in yards per c
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