Seattle Seahawks Russell Wilson had arguably his strongest game of the season. The Seattle Seahawks beat the Arizona Cardinals 35-6 in Glendale, Arizona (which I imagine to be a hellscape of strip malls and tumbleweeds next to a cool...Show More Summary
It’s high time we clarified something about Peter King. For years, we’ve traded on fat jokes about His Loftiness for cheap laughs, but you know what? The Nugget Baron has […]
No, those bright blue, ruggedized devices being used on NFL sidelines aren't iPads. They're Surface Pro 2s. And while they may look like Apple's renowned tablet from afar, at least to some NFL commentators, Microsoft's been trying to help players and...
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson said in a postgame interview with NBC that he thought Marshawn Lynch's 79-yard run was even better than Lynch's famous "Beastquake" run. Whoa, whoa, that's some serious stuff. Lynch's "Beastquake"...Show More Summary
As a third-round draft pick in 2012, Russell Wilson has been an amazing steal for the Seattle Seahawks. But that time is almost over as their star quarterback is just weeks away from being eligible to become the NFL's next $100 million quarterback. Show More Summary
Various debates have emerged in recent weeks regarding the looming MVP vote. You know, the one that will be taken after the season and not announced until the night before the Super Bowl, when we no longer care very much about the MVP award. From J.J. Watt to Aaron Rodgers to Tom Brady to DeMarco…
Wilson had a monster night that included three total touchdowns.
Fantasy championships may have swung in a big way late in the Seattle Seahawks' 35-6 win over the Arizona Cardinals in Week 16. The magic of Seahawks star quarterback Russell Wilson and the late surge from bruising ball-carrier Marshawn Lynch justified their statuses as No. Show More Summary
Russell Wilson is a baller, that much is true. During the fourth quarter of the Seattle Seahawks game against the Arizona Cardinals, Wilson rolled out and stiff-armed one defender, then hit another Cardinal with a sick juke to give Seattle...Show More Summary
Russell Wilson and the Seahawks put up nearly 600 yards of offense in a 35-6 win over the Cardinals that put them in the driver's seat for the NFC West. The Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks met up Sunday night in a game that would determine control of the NFC West and help to solidify the playoff standings. Show More Summary
Wilson had a monster night that including three total touchdowns.
It's spreading, good God it's spreading. Moments after Marshawn Lynch beasted his way for the best run of the season, Russell Wilson decided it was his turn and schooled the Cardinals with a run of his own. There are no words left.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Jermaine Kearse was forced to leave the team's Week 16 affair against the Arizona Cardinals with a hamstring injury. In the second quarter the Seahawks confirmed Kearse would not return: Russell Wilson likes to spread the ball around on offense. Show More Summary
Russell Wilson rolled right and lofted the pass over the top of the defense for an 80-yard touchdown to Luke Willson.
The Seahawks are one of the most penalized teams in the NFL, and fans know it. So when Russell Wilson found Luke Wilson on a deep touchdown pass it was time to ask the refs a question. Well done, sir.
Seriously, just look at this. Seahawks' receiver Paul Richardson is staring at Russell Wilson, and still had time to turn around, give Wilson a 10-yard head start and catch him. That's just ridiculous.
It's been a busy week, folks: We spoke with Seahawks quarterback Russel Wilson about how the NFL uses the Surface Pro 2, interviewed RuPaul about "gaymers," learned that North Korea was the source of the Sony Pictures hack, and more. So sit back, rel...
Michael Bennett and Russell Wilson are playing fearless football, and the Seahawks are rolling as a result. I freaking love watching Michael Bennett play the game of football. Maybe almost as much as watching J.J. Watt, if not more, to be honest. Show More Summary
RENTON, Wash. – Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell didn’t want to jinx it when asked about quarterback Russell Wilson’s durability. “It’s so remarkable, I probably don’t want to talk about it,” Bevell said. “KnockShow More Summary
As quarterback Russell Wilson closes in on the payday for which he becomes eligible the day after Week 17 ends, he’ll have a new agent to help him. Per Adam Schefter of ESPN, Wilson has parted ways with Bus Cook, who has represented Wilson since he was drafted in 2012. And as further proof of…