Not a single game is a gimmie. Vikes are much better than anyone expected, Jets can surprise, Fins' Tannehill is so far proving himself to be NFL caliber, and Bills' D could start to really come around by the time we face them. Factor that with the fact the NFC-W has suddenly become one of NFL's strongest divisions. So even though we are supposedly past the most difficult part of the schedule, each and every team on our remaining schedule from now until the end of December is still a formidable force that must be respected no less than a pissed-off elite team coming out with their A+++ game. And since we're unofficially a close-game team that doesn't exactly boast the world's greatest OL, I expect to drop a few more this year. That said, I am starting to detect a whiff of what smells like playoffs.
February 2, 2014: The day Seahawks win their second Lombardi trophy
(The first one was given to Pittsburgh like a stuffed toy given to a sniveling child.)