At 3-1, coming off an ugly win over Washington, Seattle is again No.1 with most football analysts.


ESPN says the Seahawks are on top this week.

Russell Wilson kept finding room to run. Wilson rushed for 122 yards, the most by a quarterback on Monday Night Football, including 85 yards off scrambles.


CBS Sports' Pete Prisco says Seattle is back

They've climbed their way back to the top as the league's best team. Russell Wilson put on a show Monday night.


So does his colleague, Pat Kirwan.

Russell Wilson can beat you, Marshawn Lynch can beat you, and the defense can beat you, but now it's time to add the punter to the ways the Seahawks can beat you. Seattle is a dynamic team that hasn't lost its edge after winning it all last year. Now the Seahawks head home to face the Cowboys.


At, Elliott Harrison has the Seahawks at No. 2 behind the Chargers.

Percy Harvin had the most spectacular night in NFL history among players who scored three non-touchdowns. That last sucker was a thing of beauty -- a 41-yard rainbow that fluttered down like a Seattle rain drop right into the mitts of a sprinting Harvin. Those wondering why the Seahawks aren't No. 1 -- like colleague @ChrisWesseling -- should remember the head-to-head loss to San Diego in Week 2. That doesn't mean everything, but considering the Chargers have outscored their opponents 133 to 63 this season, we have to keep Seattle parked here ... for now.


So does Dan Schneier at Fox Sports.

Russell Wilson creating with his feet in a road win that the Seahawks never really had to worry about. This season, the secondary is not as dominant without Brandon Browner and Walter Thurmond and the offensive line has issues holding up in pass protection. Still, it’s difficult to envision anyone beating them in Seattle.