12/2 - This one was over as soon as the whistle blue, and the Seahawks kept their home reputation alive in the process. A 34-7 trouncing of the 1st place New Orleans Saints proved that Seattle is the team to beat in the NFC. Russell Wilson threw for over 300 yards and 3 TD with no interceptions, while Drew Brees threw for only 147 yards -- his lowest total since 12/14/2006.
11/17 - This one was close into the 4th quarter, but the Seahawks kept on grinding and got their signature big win at home over the Vikings. The 41-20 win gives Seattle a 10-1 record, and widens the gap over the 49ers who lost on Sunday. Marshawn Lynch had only 54 yards rushing, but scored three times on the afternoon to bring his season TD total to 11. The Seahawks will go into the bye week up 3.5 games on the 49ers and Cardinals.
11/10 - The Seahawks and Falcons both looked like they have throughout the season, with Seattle's stout run game and Atlanta's non-existent defense both on display. The Seahawks rushed for 211 yards compared to only 64 for Atlanta. The win puts Seattle at 9-1, creating some distance between them at the 49ers in the NFC West. The loss moves the Falcons to 2-7.
11/3 - It looked like the Seahawks were about to lost their first home game of the year when they went down 21-0 to the Buccaneers in the first quarter, but 20 unanswered points in the second half and overtime gave Seattle the win and allowed them to keep sole possession of first place in the NFC East. Marshawn Lynch ran for 125 yards on 21 carries, while Russell Wilson hit Doug Baldwin for the game-tying TD with less than two minutes left in the game. A Steven Hauschka chip-shot field goal won the game in overtime.