Seattle Seahawks Still A Championship Team? | First Take | ESPN

The First Take team debates whether the Seattle Seahawks, despite recent issues in the locker room and more, are still a championship team.

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  1. Yeah he is right. Wilson is a great QB, but what makes him great is that he is a very efficient game manager. Take away the run game, and he struggles against average to above average defenses

  2. Like I said when it happened, Malcolm Butler will scar them permanently. And it has. They got 2 years max of Richard Sherman left and when he's gone, they'll lose their identity completely. BANDWAGONS get a new team.

  3. I hope the Seahawks at least win another Super Bowl before the LOB era comes to end…….that super bowl loss should be enough motivation to get it done

  4. You can't really talk about championship windows and expect to be accurate. At the start of last season, nobody even predicted Atlanta and Dallas to do so well…

  5. Intresting fact. Seattle is 6-1 with all their defense starters healthy including a win aganist the patriots in foxborough. Their 3-4-1 when their defense is not healthy. You cant say a superteam like the seahawks' window is closing when they havent even been healthy for the entire season.

  6. The key to the Seahawks being a Super Bowl team is their depth defensively. The year they won the super bowl, they could rotate guys in and out keeping their star players fresh. They had really good football players as role players on their team (Red Bryant, Clemons, Malcolm Smith, Lane, Thurmond, Maxwell) that they could bring in and not skip a beat. I believe that the Hawks have a similar level of depth defensively this season than they did in 2013. And they made it a priority this offseason to do so. People point out that when the hawks won the SB they spent the most amount of money in the league on the offensive line. PFF ranked that group as the 27th best Oline in Football. I am guessing management went into that offseason saying "What is the point in spending the bulk of our cap on linemen that don't perform at an acceptable level given their salary".

  7. Seahawks are overrated
    Should of lost against Redskins if RG3 healthy
    They robbed the 9ers "how wasn't it a fumble when bowman got it"
    Lucky comeback against Green Bay, Russell threw 4int
    Got smack by falcons with real competition
    Should of ran the ball

  8. -Top 5 QB (Russell)
    -Underrated ass receiving core (Baldwin, Graham, Richardson, Lockett)
    -3 Great RBs (Lacy, Rawls, Prosise)
    -Improved OLine
    -Swarming D-Line (Avril, Bennet, Clark)
    -Great LBs (Wagner, Wright)
    -Amazing Secondary (Thomas, Chancellor, Sherman, Lane, Shead)

    This 2017 team is unstoppable if everyone's healthy and consistent. Hell yeah they're a Championship team

  9. There's no team they can't beat. They went into Foxborough and beat New England. No other team can say that. They drafted depth. Made the right moves in the off-season. Didn't lose anything major. They're contenders and you can't argue otherwise

  10. They haven't improved the offense at all…..Doug Baldwin is not a #1, Jimmy Graham has been a joke since being traded there, Eddie Lacy will be 300lbs by the bye week, and they have done nothing to the offensive line….defense alone won't win them a ring

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