Pete Carroll would rather be poked in the eye than look down the road, so our Dave Boling did it for him. From Boling:
For those filling in their calendars through January, note that the Seahawks will be playing at home in the divisional round of the playoffs either Jan. 11 or 12.
The bye into the division round is their reward for winning the NFC West Division title, which the Seahawks now have in the bag well before Thanksgiving.
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Go ahead and say it: Oh, wait, Mr. Columnist, aren’t you being too hasty? So much can happen before then. That’s why you have to play them one week at a time.
We also have a roundup of all the injury news from Monday.
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> The focus is on Percy Harvin at Seahawks.com.
> 710 ESPN with a look at what we learned in the Seahawks win over Atlanta.
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> The Bucs picked up their first win of the season last night, beating Miami.
>The Broncos say Peyton Manning's ankle injury hasn't changed the way he's playing.
> ESPN's Jeffri Chadiha says the Dolphins' lockerroom failed.