Seahawks Top Final Regular Season AP Power Rankings
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.
ESPN.com 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 NFL.com, 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
CBSSports.com‘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.