Team Grade:
Seattle Seahawks
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The Seahawks are one of the favorites to make the Super Bowl out of the NFC. Their defense might be the best in the game right now and the offense does good things for this team to win a lot of games. Seattle will challenge for that spot in the Super Bowl and have the talent to win it all. The only concern might be the offense, which lacks some playmakers in the passing game. Quarterback Russell Wilson might be a top receiver or two short of giving this team a special offense.
He looked great in the preseason last year and is having a great offseason this year, so things are really looking up for second-year running back Christine Michael. He is going to get work in this offense and could move into more a timeshare with starter Marshawn Lynch. Lynch isn't getting any younger and has a lot of carries under his belt. Michael is the future at the position and should start to get his chances this season. He can be a difference maker for this offense because of his big-play potential.
We don't think he'll be a total flop but Marshawn Lynch might have a hard time living up to his first-round draft status. As mentioned, Lynch is getting older (nearing 30 years old) and has a lot of carries under his belt the last few seasons. Plus, his running style can be a bit taxing, which is another concern. This season could be the start of a downward trend for Lynch. His best days are likely behind him.

Team Notes

Oct 30, 08:42 PM Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch (non-injury related) returned to practice Thursday, Oct. 30, after receiving a routine day off Wednesday.
Oct 30, 07:42 PM The Seattle Seahawks re-signed WR Chris Matthews and TE Brett Brackett to their practice squad Thursday, Oct. 30.
Oct 30, 02:12 PM Seattle Seahawks OG James Carpenter (back) is expected to play in Week 9 even though he was limited during practice Thursday, Oct. 30.
Oct 29, 09:23 PM Seattle Seahawks TE Zach Miller (ankle) and LB Bobby Wagner (toe) were each unable to practice Wednesday, Oct. 29, and each is already ruled out for Week 9 against the Oakland Raiders.
Oct 29, 09:23 PM Seattle Seahawks DT Jordan Hill (ankle), SS Jeron Johnson (concussion), CB Byron Maxwell (calf) and LB Malcolm Smith (non-injury related) did not practice Wednesday, Oct. 29. OG James Carpenter (back) and C Max Unger (foot) were listed as limited participants. WR Bryan Walters (concussion) practiced in full.
Oct 28, 05:03 PM Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch does not have a rift between himself and the team, according to head coach Pete Carroll. A report Sunday, Oct. 26, said that the Seahawks had grown tired of Lynch's ways. 'At this point, I don't think it behooves us to try to respond to all these kinds of things,' Carroll said. 'Our players have told you how they feel about it, and we're in a really good place right now. It's just not worth it, but there's nothing to that.' Lynch has 111 carries for 482 yards this season.
Oct 27, 06:43 PM Seattle Seahawks C Max Unger (foot) and CB Byron Maxwell (calf) have a chance to play in Week 9.
Oct 26, 02:12 PM Seattle Seahawks LB Malcolm Smith (groin) suffered a groin injury in Week 8 and is considered questionable to return.
Oct 26, 11:42 AM The Seattle Seahawks have declared OT Andrew McDonald, LB Bobby Wagner, WR Bryan Walters, CB Byron Maxwell, DL Jordan Hill, C Max Unger, TE Zach Miller inactive for Week 8.
Oct 26, 10:32 AM Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch's antics have grown tired for the Seahawks, and he's not expected to return in 2015.
Oct 25, 04:32 PM Seattle Seahawks FS Derrick Coleman (foot) was placed on Reserve/Injured Saturday, Oct. 25. The team signed WR Phil Bates to the 53-man roster.
Oct 24, 10:44 PM Seattle Seahawks TE Luke Willson (groin) will play in the team's Week 8 game, according to head coach Pete Carroll.
Oct 24, 06:42 PM Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch (non-injury) fully participated in practice Friday, Oct. 24, and is probable for Week 8.
Oct 24, 06:32 PM Seattle Seahawks FB Derrick Coleman (foot), DT Jordan Hill (ankle), CB Byron Maxwell (calf), TE Zach Miller (ankle), C Max Unger (foot), LB Bobby Wagner (toe) and WR Bryan Walters (concussion) all did not practice Friday, Oct. 24, and have been ruled out for the team's Week 8 game. DE Michael Bennett (toe), SS Kam Chancellor (ankle), CB Tharold Simon (ankle), RB Robert Turbin (shoulder), DT Kevin Williams (non-injury) and TE Luke Willson (groin) all fully practiced and are probable.
Oct 24, 05:32 PM Updating a previous report, Seattle Seahawks RB Derrick Coleman (foot) had surgery to repair a foot injury this week. He is expected to miss at least six weeks.
Oct 23, 08:42 PM Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch (non-injury related) returned to practice Thursday, Oct. 23, after being given the day off Wednesday.

Offseason Keys

Terrelle Pryor, QB. 

Golden Tate, WR; Chris Clemons, DE; Red Bryant, DE; Walter Thurmond, CB; Breno Giacomini, OT; Brandon Browner, CB; Clinton McDonald, DT. 

2014 Draft Class

 # 2  13 Paul RichardsonWR
 # 2  32 Justin BrittOL
 # 4  8 Cassius MarshDL
 # 4  23 Kevin NorwoodWR
 # 4  32 Kevin Pierre-LouisLB
 # 5  32 Jimmy StatenDL
 # 6  23 Garrett ScottOL
 # 6  32 Eric PinkinsDB
 Undrafted Brock CoyleLB

2014 Schedule

1     Sep 4 8:30PM     Green Bay
2     Sep 14 4:05PM     at San Diego
3     Sep 21 4:25PM     Denver
-- Week 4 Bye --
5     Oct 6 8:30PM     at Washington
6     Oct 12 4:25PM     Dallas
7     Oct 19 1:00PM     at St Louis
8     Oct 26 1:00PM     at Carolina
9     Nov 2 4:25PM     Oakland
10     Nov 9 4:25PM     New York Giants
11     Nov 16 1:00PM     at Kansas City
12     Nov 23 4:05PM     Arizona
13     Nov 27 8:30PM     at San Francisco
14     Dec 7 4:25PM     at Philadelphia
15     Dec 14 4:25PM     San Francisco
16     Dec 21 8:30PM     at Arizona
17     Dec 28 4:25PM     St Louis
-- Week 18 Bye --
19     Jan 10 4:35PM     New Orleans
20     Jan 18 6:30PM     San Francisco
21     Feb 1 6:30PM     at Denver
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