The Seattle Seahawks have been up-and-down all season, but former NFL linebacker Brady Poppinga thinks that things could be clicking at just the right time for the ‘Hawks to make a run for the Super Bowl.
In his latest column on FootballByFootball.com, Poppinga makes his case for why the everything is coming up roses for the Seahawks right now. One of the biggest reasons is because the offense was able to adapt after losing the versatility of Percy Harvin in a trade to the New York Jets.
Poppinga argues that because of the up-and-down nature of the Seahawks’ season — particularly the team’s vaunted defense getting exploited through the first few weeks — the team is heading toward the playoffs even stronger.
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