The Seattle Seahawks made history last year, hoisting the Lombardi Trophy for the first time since the franchise was founded in 1976.
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The team had a memorable run in 2013, but now it’s time to wipe the slate clean and try to perform a feat that hasn’t been accomplished in a decade — win back-to-back Super Bowl titles.
Super Bowl XLIX will be in Glendale, Ariz., this year, home of the Seahawks’ division-rival Arizona Cardinals.
The Seahawks would love to play in the desert to defend their title, but they have a tough road ahead of them first. Winning the NFC West is no easy feat and with the sixth-toughest schedule in the league, Seattle will have to be “All-In” if they want to play in February.
In this slideshow is an in-depth preview of everything you need to know about your Seahawks as they prepare to open the NFL season on Thursday against the Green Bay Packers.
We will take a look at the players who left Seattle to join other teams and players who brought their talents to the Pacific Northwest.
We will look at the Seahawks difficult schedule and predict some of the best and worst case scenarios that could befall the Seahawks in their quest to repeat — or SEApeat, if you will — as Super Bowl champs.
We will look at which Seahawks would be good to have on your Fantasy Football team and we will look at how you can follow 12th Man Rising as we report daily on Seattle’s 2014 campaign.
Stacked with one of the deepest roster’s in football, some of the best talent and best fans in the game, the 2014 Seattle Seahawks have a chance to do something special once again.
Here is the Seattle Seahawks 2014 season preview.