Seattle Seahawks

December 7, 2014 4:55 PM

Revived Seahawks humble high-flying Eagles, 24-14

The Seahawks (9-4) hold the Eagles to 139 yards, the fewest of Chip Kelly’s head-coaching career. That and 188 yards rushing is the familiar, championship formula that has produced six wins in the past seven games — at exactly the right time.

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