Seahawks Seem to Have All the Answers

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RENTON — The quarterback too short to succeed in the NFL was at the helm of an offense ill-equipped to rally from a deficit and playing for a team that struggles on the road.

Those are just some of the misconceptions the Seahawks put to bed Sunday afternoon in Washington, coming back from their largest deficit of the season behind rookie quarterback Russell Wilson to end an eight-game road losing streak in the playoffs.

Welcome to the Seattle edition of "Mythbusters," where we examine descriptions of this young Seahawks team that may have applied at one time, but are tired, outdated or just flat-out wrong.

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