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Deep Dive
Will Different Broncos Lead to Different Result?
Will Different Broncos Lead to Different Result?
It's no secret: Denver was thoroughly embarrassed in a 43-8 loss to Seattle in Super Bowl 48. After an offseason of retooling the roster, the Broncos will see if they measure up in a Week 3 rematch. Plus more notes from Week 2 film study
By Andy Benoit
Deep Dive
Seahawks Preview: Advantage to the Champs
Seahawks Preview: Advantage to the Champs
Seattle returns the best defense in football and adds an explosive offensive piece to its Super Bowl-winning roster. There’s nothing to suggest the Seahawks won’t be lifting the Lombardi again come Februrary
By Andy Benoit
Inner Game
Hitting Hard, Seattle Style
Hitting Hard, Seattle Style
The Seahawks have embraced tackling techniques that remain physical and sure-handed while conforming to evolving safety rules—and Pete Carroll shows how in a new teaching video that’s become popular at the grassroots level
By Greg A. Bedard
Training Camp 2014
The Next Great Coach
The Next Great Coach
He’s obsessive in the film room, and his defense embarrassed Peyton Manning on the game’s biggest stage. But what really has Seattle coordinator Dan Quinn on the fast track is the trusting relationships he builds with players
By Robert Klemko
Training Camp 2014
Seahawks Report: Enjoy 2014, Because Things Will Never Be the Same
Seahawks Report: Enjoy 2014, Because Things Will Never Be the Same
The Super Bowl champs remain a juggernaut, but the clock is ticking on their window to be truly dominant
By Robert Klemko
On Further Review
A Clean Sweep
The Tuesday Mailbag
The poster children for the NFL's mission to eradicate head hits from the game? Look no further than the Seahawks, who were the opposite of dirty birds en route to winning the Super Bowl. Plus, readers react to Michael Sam coming out
By Peter King
Deep Dive
Kam’s the Man Who Should’ve Been MVP
Kam’s the Man Who Should’ve Been MVP
The Seahawks’ suffocating defense in Super Bowl XLVIII wasn’t just the best performance of the season, but of the last decade in the NFL. Only one thing went wrong on their way to the Lombardi Trophy
By Andy Benoit
Extra Point
The Failure Was Total
The Failure Was Total
It was another big-game loss for Peyton Manning, but the blame for the Broncos’ 43-8 Super Bowl humiliation extends across the board, to every aspect of the team’s performance: coaching, preparation and execution
By Greg A. Bedard
Monday Morning Quarterback
Boom!
Boom!
They say the NFL is a league for offense. So how, then, was Super Bowl XLVIII decided, and dominated, by a group of tormentors raising hell around Peyton Manning and wreaking havoc for the most potent offense in league history? This is the anatomy of a dismantling
By Peter King
Film Room
The Evolution of the L.O.B.
The Evolution of the L.O.B.
What will Peyton Manning see when he looks at the Seahawks’ secondary on Sunday? A group working hard to disguise their looks and trying to befuddle the Broncos’ quarterback. Anything less than that, and Seattle will come up short of hoisting the Lombardi