Seattle Times columnist Jerry Brewer says the Sehawks’ offense has developed an identity against its opponents: “Take them to a point they’re unwilling to match:”
More than athleticism, more than skill, more than desire, the Seahawks are defined by their toughness.
They aim to take every football game to a physical and mental brink. Can the opponent go there? Or rather, will the opponent go there? This season, the answer has often determined whether the game will be a competition or an endurance challenge that only suits the Seahawks’ stamina. . . .
They’re coming straight at you, at maximum speed, again and again and again.
Can you match it? Will you match it?
“We’re going to be physical and consistent,” wide receiver Doug Baldwin said. “And we’re going to do it until the other team can’t do it anymore.” . . .
The Seahawks’ mantra against Washington: Do what you do — better. It figures. No