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Biggest Flaw: Struggles Away from Qwest Field
The Seahawks recent dominant streak has not just billed them as NFC West contenders for years to come, but as clear Super Bowl contenders this season.
The defense, with a young and playmaking secondary and a ferocious and dominant front-seven, is one of the best in the NFL, and the offense, led by dynamic rookie quarterback Russell Wilson and beastly running back Marshawn Lynch, is emerging as one of the NFC's most dangerous.
That brutal combination on both sides of the ball, along with a loud stadium with insane fans, has made Seattle unbeatable at home.
The Seahawks have beaten the likes of the Patriots, Packers, Cowboys and 49ers at home this season.
Unfortunately for Pete Carroll and company, the Seahawks will likely enter the playoffs as a wild-card. This means they will have to hit the road in January, where they have been a shell of themselves this season.
Seattle is just 3-5 on the road this season, with their only wins coming over the lowly Panthers and Bills, and the free falling Bears.
Russell Wilson is just not the same quarterback away from Qwest Field, and the defense fails to make the same game changing plays as it does at home.
Seattle has to learn to win on the road if they are to make a postseason run this season.