There's no question the Seattle Seahawks ended the 2013 season with the league's most dominant secondary. But the New England Patriots look poised to steal that title from them in 2014.
KC Joyner writes that the Seattle Seahawks' pass defense may be more vulnerable than one may think, which could lead to troubles against the high-powered Denver Broncos offense.
KC Joyner makes the case for why the San Francisco 49ers should be considered the favorites to win the Super Bowl, due to their ability to match up well with each of the three other remaining teams.
KC Joyner writes that given the Seahawks' volatile run defense, Seattle's playoff success will likely hinge on which run D shows up versus the Saints and other potential opponents.
While some are ready to crown the Seattle Seahawks as a nearly flawless Super Bowl contender this season, KC Joyner writes that there are serious flaws for them in each phase of the game.
KC Joyner examines 10 critical reasons that the Atlanta Falcons can top the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game.
KC Joyner explains why the belief that this is the best era for elite quarterbacks is, in fact, not true. The past five years actually had the fewest elite quarterbacks.
The Seahawks have not received much respect, but they will prove their worth on Sunday, writes KC Joyner.
Seattle's secondary has proven vulnerable against vertically inclined passing attacks and could find itself in trouble during the postseason.