Wiz Khalifa’s “We Dem Boyz” blasted in the Seattle Seahawks locker room Thursday night following the team’s 24-3 win against the Rams.
Players put on navy T-shirts that read ‘Hold down the west’ and posed for pictures to celebrate their division-clinching victory.
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Pete Carroll’s squad is going back to the playoffs for the fifth straight year, and the Seahawks are NFC West champs for the third time in four seasons.
Carroll was asked afterward about the path this specific team has taken.
“It has been strange,” Carroll said. “It’s been different than any of the other years that we’ve had.”
Authentic Mens Michael Jordan Jersey The Seahawks are 9-4-1 with upcoming matchups against Arizona (5-7-1) and San Francisco (1-12). They’ve got an excellent shot to finish with 11 wins and overtake Detroit for the No. 2 seed.
Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley is treating Le’Veon Bell, who is garnering darkhorse MVP consideration, like the workhorse that he is.
Here’s what Pittsburgh’s game plan likely will be, according to sources around the league: The Steelers are expected to use the $12.377 million franchise tag on Bell, restricting his ability to go to another team, while trying to hammer out a long-term extension in the offseason. This would provide the Steelers with the protection they would need for a player who is as good as any in the game, but who has been suspended twice and is one strike away from a 10-game suspension.
There have been and will be no contract discussions until the offseason, as the Steelers’ long-standing policy is to not do in-season extensions. Until then, Bell will continue piling up numbers that will impact how much he receives.
Bell has 1,616 yards from scrimmage, the second most in a player’s first 10 games of a season (Jim Brown had 1,704 for the Cleveland Browns in his first 10 games in 1963). Bell is coming off a game in which he became only the second player in NFL history to have at least 225 rushing yards, three rushing touchdowns and at least 50 receiving yards in the same game, joining Brown again (November 1961).