Seahawks Are on a Rampage

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What has gotten into these Seahawks? In the last two games, they've turned into a cocktail of the 1972 Miami Dolphins, the 1985 Chicago Bears and the Bill Walsh-era San Francisco 49ers. They're so high right now that hyperbole can't even capture them. On Sunday, before 40,770 at the sterile Rogers Centre, they beat another NFL team (the Buffalo Bills haven't been banished yet, have they?) by a bajillion points and left everyone to make sense of their dominance. Again.

The Seahawks couldn't explain it adequately because that would require extreme arrogance.

Seriously, think about it: How can a team sum up a 50-17 thrashing one week after a 58-0 demolition?

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