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Believe in the Bengals

Cincinnati is 5-0 for the first time in Marvin Lewis’s 13-year tenure. Pessimists will still point to the franchise’s recent playoff futility, but the true measure of growth isn’t just wins and losses

A Matchup Nightmare

Russell Wilson finally started targeting Jimmy Graham, but the Seahawks’ offense isn’t maximizing the true value of its greatest asset

Kam Chancellor Returns…

But does the end of his holdout mean he ‘caved’? Chancellor’s willingness to miss regular-season games gives the team something to think about during the next negotiation. Plus, why the Seahawks’ 0-2 start might have hurt his leverage, and why he might not be paying a penny of the seven figures worth of fines

Kam Chancellor Returns, But One Big Problem Remains

The good news is that Kam Chancellor is reportedly coming back and the schedule is about to get softer. But there are still major issues for 0-2 Seattle, namely a porous offensive line that is limiting the franchise quarterback and a certain prized offseason addition. The Seahawks aren’t worried, but should they be?

Panic and Patience

Two Sundays into the 2015 season, the sky is falling for several 0-2 teams. Here’s why some (like Seattle) should take a deep breath while others (hello, New Orleans) need to blow it all up. Plus, five things nobody saw coming, the physicality of Julio Jones, weekly awards and much more

Window into the Weekend: Week 2

Peter King previews Week 2 NFL action. After an overtime loss at St. Louis, perennial playoff contender Seattle faces a must-win game at Green Bay and Buffalo has a chance to challenge New England for supremacy in the AFC East

In Defense of Kam Chancellor

Seattle’s star safety was sorely missed in the opener as he sat locked in a contract dispute with the defending NFC champs. Here’s why his holdout deserves more consideration than angry fans are willing to give it

The Week 2 Mailbag

Why Seahawks fans shouldn’t press the panic button yet. (You too, Peyton purists.) Plus more opinions from Week 1 and answering email

The Chancellor Holdout: When a Good Deal Goes Bad

In the spring of 2013 Pro Bowl safety Kam Chancellor and the Seahawks agreed to a deal that made both sides happy. A little more than two years later, a changing market and Seattle’s willingness to spend money elsewhere on the roster has led to the summer’s most bitter contract dispute

‘I Wouldn’t Change It’

Darrell Bevell made the Super Bowl play call that’s been second-guessed into oblivion. For the first time in detail, the Seattle coordinator discusses why the Seahawks chose to pass, what went wrong and how he handled the fallout

We’re Not Worried

Seahawks All-Pro corner Richard Sherman says it’s next man up in the Seattle secondary—and he’s way over the Super Bowl loss

What Russell Wilson Wants

Russell Wilson’s deadline for striking a new deal with the Seahawks is Friday. Warren Moon, a friend of Wilson’s and a former franchise quarterback himself, shed some light on the motivations behind Wilson’s contract demands

The Viking Returns

On Sunday, all eyes were on Adrian Peterson. As the Vikings became the first NFL team to open training camp, Peterson talked to The MMQB about getting back on the field, what he learned during his suspension and why he thinks he’ll have rare longevity in the NFL. Plus, the latest on the Russell Wilson negotiations, the Junior Seau Hall of Fame speech controversy and Junior Galette’s release

No. 5: Russell Wilson Is Bigger Than One Play

Before he took the NFL by surprise Russell Wilson spent one year at Wisconsin, leading the Badgers to an unexpected Big Ten title. Paul Chryst, Wilson’s QB coach and now the head man at Wisconsin, looks back at their season together, and ahead as Wilson tries to bounce back from last year’s heartbreak and make a run at a second Super Bowl title

The American Dream

Motivated by Shia LaBeouf's recent viral video, Nate Boyer explains what moved him to leave his comfort zone in the U.S. and how that propelled him to serve in the Army, walk on at Texas and try to make an NFL team as a 34-year-old rookie