So, it's finally come down to this. A season-ending showdown pitting two heavily mediocre teams against each other on national television for the right to be declared the winner of quite possibly the worst division in the history of the NFL. The St. Louis Rams travel to the rainswept Seattle this Sunday after an impressive turn around from a disastrous 1-15 effort last season, led by Offensive Rookie of the Year lock Sam Bradford. The Seattle Seahawks stumble into this game after fading spectacularly after a 4-2 start to the season. The winner lives on in infamy and owns the right to a home playoff game despite being assured a non-winning record.
The last time they played each other, the Rams came out on top with a surprisingly dominant 20-3 victory after a franchise-worst 10 consecutive losses to the Seahawks dating back to 2004.
My team awards for this season:
Offensive MVP: Mike Williams
Defensive MVP: Red Bryant
Special Teams MVP: Leon Washington
Best Offensive Rookie: Russell Okung
Best Defensive Rookie: Earl Thomas
Comeback Player: Mike Williams
Best 2nd string Player: Justin Forsett
Most Underrated: Michael Robinson
Biggest Disappointment: Aaron Curry
Worst Defensive Player: Kelly Jennings
Worst Offensive Player: Sean Locklear
Biggest Waste of a Draft Pick: Aaron Curry
In anticipation of the game, ask away any questions you may have about the Seahawks, the coaching staff, or anything like that, and I'll answer to the best of my knowledge. This game is sure to memorable for a number of reasons (and one of them being this is the first primetime game that either team will have enjoyed in years).
Disclaimer: Any opinions provided are my own and do not necessarily represent all Seahawks fans on the issue.