After collecting two impressive wins in a five-day span, they’re the Seahawks again. They’re the punishing, taunting big, bad bully of the NFC West again. And most important, they look like a great team capable of anything again.
Sweta Saraogi, a local yoga teacher who grew up in Mumbai, struggles with how exercise-oriented yoga in America has taken on a “hard-core fitness” attitude that she says commercializes an inherently spiritual practice.
The Seahawks built on their lead early in the second quarter when Russell Wilson created another big play with his legs, scrambling and avoiding a sack before hitting tight end Tony Moeaki with a short pass that he took for 63 yards inside the 1-yard line. (Watch video here)
The Seahawks got the ball first in the second half and appeared determined to put the game out of reach early. On a first-and-10 from the San Francisco 42, Marshawn Lynch took a handoff and ran right for 33 yards. (Watch video of the run here)