Seattle also is No.1 with ESPN, but other analysts have them as low as No. 4.


In the AP Pro 32 rankings, Seattle edged out the Denver Broncos by 4 first place votes. also had the Seahawks in first place:

Russell Wilson is pretty good. His 52 touchdown passes are tied with Peyton Manning for second most by a quarterback in his first two seasons. The leader? Dan Marino (68).

At, Elliott Harrison has Seattle at No. 2:

After another quality outing from the defense,the Seahawks have home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. My guess is you heard that already, so maybe we're not breaking news here -- this "insider info" is akin to an alert that the hobbit wins in "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug." Well, here's something you didn't know: Seattle allows opponents to score touchdowns on just 35.3 percent of red-zone trips, best in the NFL. Inside the 30, the Seahawks have held opposing quarterbacks to a passer rating of 60.0 -- also best in the NFL, by a HUGE margin. The league average? 96.3 #LOB's Pete Prisco drops Seattle to No. 3:

As they ready for the playoffs, they have to be concerned with their passing game the past four weeks.

Finally, Brian Billick at Fox Sports has the Seahawks at No. 4.