The Atlanta Falcons took on the Seattle Seahawks in Week 11 of NFL action.
Matt Ryan threw a pair of touchdown passes and Adrian Clayborn returned a fumble 10 yards for a score.

Falcons 34

Seahawks 31 
The Seattle Seahawks took on the Arizona Cardinals in Week 10 of NFL action.
Russell Wilson threw two touchdown passes to Jimmy Graham.

Seahawks 22

Cardinals 16 
The Washington Redskins faced off against the Seattle Seahawks in Week 9 of the 2017 NFL season.
Kirk Cousins drove 70 yards in 35 seconds, capped by Rob Kelley's 1-yard touchdown run with less than a minute remaining. The Redskins STUNNED Seahawks.

Redskins 17

Seahawks 14
The Seattle Seahawks defeat the New York Giants in Week 7 of NFL action.
Russell Wilson threw three second-half touchdown passes.

Seahawks 24

Giants 7
Check out the best catches and throws from around the league in Preseason Week 3.


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Check out highlights from the Preseason Week 3 matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs vs. the Seattle Seahawks.

Seahawks 26

Chiefs 13
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson runs to his left before twisting and throwing to the right to complete a pass to tight end Jimmy Graham!

Check out this play as Jimmy Graham shows off his best hurdling skills!

Seattle Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham had a monster night with 8 catches for 103 yards and two one-handed touchdowns against the Buffalo Bills!
Seattle Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham cleanly hurdles a defender and gains 15 yards on a pass by QB Russell Wilson.

Did you pick Jimmy Graham as the tight end on your Fantasy team?
Seattle Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham snags his second one-handed TD catch of the game on an 18-yard TD pass by QB Russell Wilson.
Seattle Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham secures a one-handed 17-yard TD catch with ease on a pass from QB Russell Wilson.
A run down of the top ten most eye-catching plays from Week 4!

Which was your favorite?
Week 4 was filled with electrifying offensive performances from Greg Olsen, Jimmy Graham, and Paul Richardson. Who made the best catch of the day?!

Check out the top five catches from this weekend of NFL action!

Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson finds tight end Jimmy Graham who makes a beautiful one handed grab for 17 yards!
Seattle Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham makes an awesome one-handed catch in the game against the New York Jets!

Who is your NFL RUSH fantasy football tight end this week?!
Did you see the interception by Kam Chancellor with only 1:45 left in the game, the 48-yard TD rush by C.J. Anderson against the Patriots in OT, or how about the one-handed 21-yard TD by Odell Beckham Jr.?

Tell us who you think deserved to be #1 this week.
Seattle Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham made an impressive leaping catch against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Such a great catch1

Which catch really caught your eye in Week 12?
Kid reporter Jack knows all, tells all. See his picks below. Do you agree? Be sure to make your picks in Pick Em.

Nobody really knows who will win a football game, though they can give an educated guess.These are my predictions for every single game in Week 3 (minus the Thursday Night game. It's too late for that).

Falcons at Cowboys: The Falcons will continue on their roll, and Julio Jones will have at least 6 catches for 100 yards. Brandon Weeden can't carry the Cowboys to victory. Not this time. Falcons, 35-23.

Colts at Titans: For the first time in a while, this may actually be a close game. Andrew Luck will throw three touchdowns, and one interception in the game. Marcus Mariota will terrorize the Colts defense, avoiding Vontae Davis as much as possible. Mariota will lead the Titans to victory, 28-21. I could be wrong, though.

Raiders at Browns: This is a hard one to predict, seeing as these teams aren't exactly powerhouses, but I'll have to go with the Raiders. I believe Derek Carr will only become better and better throughout his career, especially after his last game against the Ravens. Derek Carr will throw 3 touchdowns and 250+ yards, and carry the Raiders to a 27-17 victory. Bengals at Ravens: Andy Dalton, Tyler Eifert, A.J Green, against... Joe Flacco and Steve Smith. Sorry Ravens. You're out. 31-17, Bengals.

Jaguars at Patriots: While I would love to see a fun upset win, I cannot predict with any dignity a Jaguars victory. Bortles will throw 2 touchdowns, though. Brady, however, will just toss the ball to the 10-foot tall Gronk, thus making the Jaguars look like a Pop Warner team. 49-14, Pats.

Saints at Panthers: Maybe if they had Brees playing, it could be, but without him, the 2-0 Panthers will prevail. Cam Newton will rush for a touchdown, and throw another one. 24-14, Saints. Eagles at Jets: One of the best defenses in the NFL, if not the best, against a far over-hyped offense. Oh, and the defense is playing at home. Jets, 28-10. Bucs at Texans: It will be interesting to see how Jameis Winston fares against the J.J. Watt-led Texans D. Overall, though it will be fun to watch, I believe that Ryan Mallet and the Texans will just barely overcome Winston's Buccaneers. 23-20, Houston.

Chargers at Vikings: Teddy Bridgewater and Adrian Peterson will just be too much for the Chargers to handle this week. 28-24, Vikings.

Steelers at Rams: Le'veon Bell's return will only add to the already superhuman group that is the Steelers offense, with Big Ben throwing 4 TDs, 3 of which to Antonio Brown, and Bell tacking on an extra two rushing touchdowns. Mind blown. 45-14, Steelers.

49ers at Cardinals: Don't make me laugh. The Cardinals will destroy the weakening Niners, 45-10.

Bills at Dolphins: This could actually be kind of fun. The Bills defense will prove to be an interesting test for Tannehill, and the Bills will win, 28-20.

Bears at Seahawks: The Hawks won't be very good this year. That's my shocking statement of the day. However, a team of toddlers could beat the Bears right now, and the Seahwaks will be no different. Plus, the Bears "defense" will be a great oppurtunity for Marshawn Lynch and Jimmy Graham to finally get going. 21-7, Seahwaks.

Broncos at Lions: I believe that this year, one thing will happen, week in and week out; Peyton Manning's wet noodle arm will continue to mess up, and the fantastic Broncos defense will continue to save their butts until the very end. And the Lions... they'll do their stuff. 21-17, Denver.

Chiefs at Packers: This is cruel, you guys making me do this. The Packers offense is brilliant, and their defense can only improve. Packers, 28-24.

-Kid Reporter Jack G.
NFL Media's Curtis Conway and Daniel Jeremiah analyze how the New Orleans Saints offense will function without tight end Jimmy Graham and how successful the Saints will be in the 2015 NFL season.

Super Bowl 50 will likely be the most hyped event in sports history, and it is the number one reason to be excited about the upcoming season. Could your team make a run at the golden Super Bowl?

Let's take a look at the NFC race for starters. I'll add an AFC post next time.


Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks were one yard away from repeating as Super Bowl champs last February. The addition of TE Jimmy Graham will bolster the weapons at Russell Wilson's disposal. With one of the best defenses in history, as well as a terrific running game, the Seahawks are my Super Bowl favorites.

Green Bay Packers: The Packers return as the greatest challenger to Seattle for the NFL crown. MVP Aaron Rodgers should be even better this year, after injuries limited him in last year's playoffs. The linebacker duo of Clay Matthews and Julius Peppers will determine if the Pack can top Seattle.

Arizona Cardinals: Don't count out the Cardinals. The Cards have an elite defense, despite several mild losses during the offseason. If Carson Palmer stays healthy Arizona could push the Seahawks and Packers for the NFC crown.

Sleeper Picks

Dallas Cowboys: Dallas exceeded expectations last season and nearly reached the NFC Championship game. They lost a superstar in DeMarco Murray (1,845 yards, 13 TD), but Tony Romo will work again with Dez Bryant, behind the NFL's best offensive line. The defense will need to be above average to put together a Super Bowl run.

New York Giants: Every four years the Giants shock everybody and win the Super Bowl. If the trend continues, Eli Manning, Odell Beckham Jr., and rest of the Giants will be celebrating another title in February.

Carolina Panthers: QB Cam Newton leads a dynamic offense while Luke Kuechly is the center of a fearsome D. If the front seven can mask the issues with the secondary, and Newton can take another step towards becoming an elite quarterback, Carolina has a chance for a trip to Super Bowl 50.

Seattle Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham was voted the 31st-best player in the NFL by his peers on the "Top 100 Players of 2015."

Catch the entire countdown of the NFL's Top 100 Players in 2015.

Look! In the sky!

It's an All-Pro tight end. It's a plane. It's an All-Pro tight end in a plane.

And not just any All-Pro tight end, but Jimmy Graham. And not just any plane, but a stunt plane.

This can't be any fun, can it?

Arizona Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu discusses the outlook for the 2015 season and the opportunity to match up against Seattle Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham.
Poll: How will your favorite team do in 2015?

BOOM! The 2015 NFL Schedule is here and we are PUMPED up!

So many questions, where do we begin?

Can the Patriots repeat as Super Bowl Champions?

Will DeMarco Murray, Jimmy Graham, Ndamukong Suh or LeSean McCoy lead their new teams to the promised land?

Who's playing on kickoff night?

It all begins ... NOW!

Go to the team page of your favorite team to see their schedule, and then head to your rival team's page and see theirs.