We've had "Beast Quake" -- both the original and the sequel -- and "Kam Quake" -- the vibrations from the excited crowd as Kam Chancellor returned an interception 90 yards against the Panthers last week.
Kearse's response was a moment that will be remembered in Seattle Seahawks history in the same regard as Richard Sherman's deflection in the NFC championship game against San Francisco.
A day later, it was still hard to fathom how the Seattle Seahawks are headed for their second straight Super Bowl. Even for those directly involved in Seattle's stunning comeback to win the NFC title.
Every other head coach vacancy that's been filled has gone to men with defensive roots: John Fox in Chicago, Jack Del Rio in Oakland, Jim Tomsula in San Francisco, Rex Ryan in Buffalo and Todd Bowles with the Jets.
Now that they've pulled off a comeback for the ages, the Seattle Seahawks must recognize how fortunate they are to be in a second consecutive Super Bowl.
It is the pass that put the Seattle Seahawks into the Super Bowl -- again. In overtime, Russell Wilson threw it to Jermaine Kearse, who threw it ... Scott Shelton?
Much like the Seahawks on Sunday, the 12 flag atop the Space Needle is a bit battered but weathered a terrific storm and lives to fly another day.
Game? That was no game. That was a metaphor for life. That was a time capsule to explain our obsession with this beautiful, barbaric sport to the next species that takes over when we're extinct.
The Seattle Seahawks have apologized for a tweet that linked their improbable NFC championship game victory to Martin Luther King Jr.
For Russell Wilson's Seattle Seahawks to become the first team in a decade to win consecutive Super Bowls, they'll have to beat the most recent group to do it, Tom Brady's New England Patriots.
Seattle's NFC championship game win won't stop the Atlanta Falcons from talking with Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn.
The Super Bowl looks like a tossup in this gambling city, where more than $100 million will likely be riding on the game by kickoff.
The last time Seattle punter Jon Ryan recalled throwing a pass that led to points, he was tossing a 2-point conversion for the University of Regina.
Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer reported Sunday morning that the NFL threatened to eject Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch if he wore a custom pair of golden cleats for Sunday’s NFC Championship game versus the Green Bay Packers.
Russell Wilson hit Jermaine Kearse for a 35-yard touchdown 3:19 into overtime to lift the Seattle Seahawks to an improbable 28-22 victory over Green Bay in the NFC championship game.