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  1. Akers to Feely: Kickers and close games

    Mike Sando

    Twelve games in Week 3 were decided by no more than seven points. That was the highest number in NFL history, matching totals from 2003 (Week 12) and 1993 (Week 15), according to Elias Sports Bureau. Expansion has increased the chances over the...

    Blog | September 29, 2011
  2. Why so many undrafted rookies made cut

    Mike Sando

    The Seattle Seahawks found four roster spots for undrafted rookie free agents heading into Week 1. The San Francisco 49ers set aside three spots for them. The trend has been less pronounced through most of the league, but the overall numbers -- 58...

    Blog | September 08, 2011
  3. How aggressive was your team's defense?

    Mike Sando

    An earlier item referenced how many times per game the Chicago Bears sent six or more pass-rushers after opposing quarterbacks. The number was 2.8, but what was the context? I asked that question to ESPN Stats & Information. Marty Callinan prov...

    Blog | January 12, 2011
  4. Will Cards jump at chance to visit Qwest?

    Mike Sando

    The Seattle Seahawks proudly list Qwest Field as the stadium where opposing offenses suffer false-start penalties most frequently. The chart, published each week as part of the Seahawks' in-season media release, breaks down the numbers since 2005....

    Blog | October 21, 2010
  5. More starters, fewer victories for NFC West

    Mike Sando

    Posted by's Mike Sando Number of Starters in 2008 Team W-L-T Starters Seattle Seahawks 4-11 46 Cincinnati Bengals 3-11-1 45 Detroit Lions 0-15 45 New England Patriots 10-5 42 New Orleans Sa...

    Blog | December 24, 2008
  6. Arizona Cardinals' Kurt Warner leads MVP race

    Mike Sando

    With Tom Brady injured and Peyton Manning's individual numbers down, Kurt Warner has found his way back to a familiar role: MVP favorite.

    Story | Conversation | December 10, 2008
  7. Packers' blueprint: Draft wisely, pick spots in free agency

    Mike Sando

    By emphasizing the draft instead of quick fixes in free agency, the Packers have a built a solid foundation, writes Mike Sando.

    Story | Conversation | January 10, 2008