From the first kickoff back in September, the 49ers and Seahawks seemed destined to meet for the NFC title.
LaMarcus Aldridge had 26 points and 13 rebounds, Wesley Matthews scored 24 points, and the Portland Trail Blazers held off San Antonio's furious rally to beat the Spurs 109-100 on Friday night.
Jim Harbaugh will turn to lip reading, motioning and even sign language if he has to in order to communicate with Colin Kaepernick to keep things running smoothly in the deafening noise of Seattle's home stadium.
The NFL is like that: when you catch lightning in a bottle, you'd better run with it - all the way to the podium where you get to hoist the Lombardi Trophy because it may be a while before that chance comes again.
Are you ready for this? The Seahawks face the 49ers in next weekend's NFC Championship. San Francisco advanced to the conference title with a 23-10 win against Carolina.
Marshawn Lynch ran for 140 yards and two touchdowns, Steven Hauschka kicked three field goals in blustery conditions and Seattle's defense flustered Drew Brees and New Orleans in a 23-15 victory Saturday in the NFC divisional playoff game.
There's the regular season and then there's the playoffs. While we as fans and broadcasters make a big deal about the postseason, the Seahawks treat their preparation like it's just another week.
Seahawks fans are helping to "feed the beast" after the NFL fined Marshawn Lynch $50,000. The league levied the fine after learning the star running back had refused to speak to the media during the regular season.
The NFL has fined Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch $50,000 for violating the league's media policy.
It was a sold out night for Seattle Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril. On Monday night he hosted the United Way of King County Charity Bowling Bash at West Seattle Bowl,
Beyond the big plays and fan frenzy that come with the NFL playoffs, hosting a post-season game also promises a huge payday for the regional economy.
LaMarcus Aldridge wasn't even sure he was going to play against the Clippers.
A former Seahawk is getting a lot of buzz these days. Not just for his playing days, but for the new beer he helped create.
According to Major League Baseball calculations, there were 15 teams that surpassed $100 million in payroll for the 2013 season.