The Seattle Seahawks got back on track Sunday with a 23-0 win over the New York Giants in New Jersey.
It was the team’s 12th win of the season, which ties the 1984 team for the second most in franchise history. Only the 2005 NFC championship team (13-3) had more. The Seahawks also set a franchise record by finishing 6-2 on the road this season.
The win pushes Seattle one step closer to locking up the No. 1 overall seed in the NFC. With two home games left, the Seahawks can clinch the top spot with one more win.
It wasn’t the prettiest game at times, but the defense dominated picking off Eli Manning five times and recording Seattle’s first shutout of the season.
Let’s get to some questions:
1. Who gets your game ball? Who is the goat?
2. Does the lackluster start worry you at all?
3. What impressed you most in the victory? What caused you concern?
4. With the two games left (ARIZ, STL) what do you hope to see from this team?
5. Which team poses the biggest threat to Seattle in the playoffs and why?
As always, don’t limit yourself to these questions. What else is on your mind?