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Seattle's efficiency at peak during late run
Buried within the dizzying numbers the Seattle Seahawks have posted the last three weeks that grabbed the attention of the entire NFL, is a steady rise in efficiency that's at the base of not only their scoring eruption, but the Seahawks' late-season charge to win six of seven.
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  • ronzilla wrote...
    I foretold that the Seahawk's offense would be clicking nicely at the end of the season.
    If the 'D' hadn't surrendered 17 points during the 4th quarter of the Miami game, the Seahawks would likely be the NFC West Champions.
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  • mac76 wrote...
    Week #1
    Don't forget about the first game @ Arizona and the one @ St. Louis?????? Painful
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  • HockeyMom wrote...
    Painful start
    That first AZ game was so painful, but it has been amazing to see how the team on a whole has come together. I had pretty much written off Tate last season, but how him and Wilson work together is beautiful. It's like we are finally getting enough of the puzzle pieces together and it's making for such a strong, cohesive team. It makes it so much fun to watch. Go Hawks!!! Remember everyone to Go Blue for tomorrow's game #BlueOut
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