The Dallas Cowboys created the blueprint to breaking the Seattle Seahawks defense and stamped themselves as a contender as the NFL Now crew brings you the second best game of the 2014 season.
One of the greatest comebacks in NFL history sent the Seattle Seahawks to Super Bowl XLIX after a barrage of memorable plays in the fourth quarter in shocking fashion against the Green Bay Packers.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo throws a third quarter pass intercepted by Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Cary Williams.
Jimmy Graham made his case as the NFL's top tight end as he racked up 1,215 receiving yards and 16 touchdowns while serving as an impact player for potent New Orleans Saints offense.
Quarterback Russell Wilson passed for 258 yards and running back Marshawn Lynch plunged into the end zone on the game's final play to lead the Seattle Seahawks to a dramatic 26-20 overtime victory over the Denver Broncos in Week 3.
The 2014 Class of Symetra Heroes in the Classroom was honored at CenturyLink Field on Friday. The event included a trip to the Seahawks’ locker room, where linebacker Brock Coyle gave them a heroes’ welcome.
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll sits down with NFL Network's Andrea Kremer to discuss the infamous play-call at the end of Super Bowl XLIX and how he will use the lesson going forward.
NFL Media's Andrea Kremer sits down with Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and asks him how his team has been holding up since its loss in Super Bowl XLIX.