Four teams are left. But who will advance to the Super Bowl? CBS Sports national columnist Gregg Doyel makes his picks and tells us which coach might be the greatest of all time. Hint: it’s not Bill Belichick.
Phish is a rock band that formed 30 years ago. Russell Wilson is the 25-year-old quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks. What’s the connection? Paul Camarata and Chris Weaver explain the story behind their new film, “Phish and Russell Wilson.”
At 12-2, the Seattle Seahawks boast the NFL’s best record. But can they deliver Seattle its first championship since 1979? Jerry Brewer of the Seattle Times makes his predictions.
The Seattle Seahawks win against the New Orleans Saints pushed them to 11-1 and registered as an earthquake! Bill speaks with seismologist John Vidale about the earthshaking event.
The Seattle Seahawks last made the playoffs in 2010. This year, many wonder whether they’re built for a longer playoff run. Seattle Times columnist Jerry Brewer tells Only A Game trying to compare this season’s team with their 2010 counterparts is like “night and day.”
Despite the trash talking between the two teams, the Jets and Patriots aren’t the only ones playing during Week 2 of the NFL playoffs. Bill talks with CBS columnist Gregg Doyel about which teams have the edge to advance to the Championship round and beyond.
Tensions are beginning to flare as Week Two of the NFL Playoffs approach. Bill Littlefield discusses the much anticipated Jets vs. Patriots game, as well as the drama that surrounds it.
The Seattle Seahawks are not good. Yet despite losing 5 of their last 7 regular season games, they managed to win the NFC West, thus securing a spot in the NFL playoffs with a losing (7-9) record. New York Times numbers-cruncher Nate Silver argues the Seahawks aren’t just bad, they’re also one of the worst professional teams to reach the postseason. Bill talks with Silver about his list of the top ten worst playoff teams of all-time on the Times’ FiveThirtyEight blog.