San Francisco fans plan to fire back after a “Go Hawks!” banner that was flown around Candlestick Park two weeks ago.
A group has come up with the money to put a billboard less than a mile from CenturyLink Field that shows five Super Bowl trophies with Dwight Clark’s end zone catch in the background and says, “How many do you have?”
Our Don Ruiz writes about the Seahawks running game facing the league’s top rush defense Sunday.
Also, our John McGrath has his usual interesting take, today saying when field-goal kicking becomes this easy, it’s time for something to change, namely the height of the crossbar.
> A look at Russell Wilson through the eyes of Michael Robinson, over at Monday Morning Quarterback.
> Wearing a Russell Wilson jersey onto an Alaska Airlines flight will get you priority boarding.
> The New York Times writes that, when adjusted for the heavy passing focus of the modern NFL, the Seahawks’ pass defense is a “Super Bowl championship away from being considered one of history’s best.”
> Looks like Larry Fitzgerald should be joining us Sunday.
Arians says Fitzgerald won't practice in Wednesday but expects him to play in Seattle— Kent Somers (@kentsomers) December 18, 2013
> Seahawks.com writes about the Seattle run defense improving.
> Aaron Rodgers plans to practice Wednesday with the Packers.
> Jerry Jones doesn’t plan on giving up his GM title because, basically, he said he would make all personnel decisions anyway.