Tuesday Round-Up: Seahawks Can Clinch NFC West Title In Week 14

The Seahawks have two possible scenarios to clinch a fifth-straight postseason berth this Sunday.

Good afternoon, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Tuesday, December 6 — about your Seattle Seahawks:

Seahawks Can NFC West In Week 14

The NFC playoff race is heating up with only a few weeks remaining in the NFL regular season, but the Seahawks face an opportunity to clinch their fifth-straight postseason berth this Sunday in Green Bay with help from a division rival.

The Seahawks (8-3-1) have two possible scenarios to claim the NFC West this weekend:

  1. The Seahawks defeat the Packers (6-6) and the Arizona Cardinals (5-6-1) lose or tie the Miami Dolphins (7-5).
  1. Seattle ties the Packers and Arizona loses to Miami.

Here is a look at other clinching scenarios that can take place across the league in Week 14:

Tweet Of The Day

Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from The Dan Patrick Show, who posted this clip from the interview they conducted with quarterback Russell Wilson this morning.  

More From Around The Web

Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls is a nominee for NFL.com’s Ground Player of the Week for his two-touchdown performance against the Carolina Panthers. 

The Seahawks feel confident in safety Steven Terrell as he steps in for Earl Thomas. 

Tyler Lockett pulled off the second-biggest run by a non-RB in Seahawks franchise history.

Pete Carroll's Monday press conference with the media can be found here. 

Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times takes a look at the Packers. 

Justin Britt's return showed how important he is to the Seahawks' offensive line, writes Danny O'Neil of 710 ESPN Seattle. 

The Seahawks jumped to No. 2 in ESPN’s NFL Power Index rankings. 

Finally, ESPN's Sheil Kapadia answers four questions about the Seahawks' remaining games. 

Team photographer Rod Mar shares exclusive behind-the-scenes images from the Seahawks' 40-7 Week 13 win over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday Night Football at CenturyLink Field.

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