Posted by Danny O'Neil
If the Seahawks win those two games, they would win hold the tiebreaker advantage over both teams by virtue of having a 5-1 record in the division.
However, even if Seattle won both games, it's still possible for St. Louis to win the division outright by going 3-1 through the remainder of the schedule. That's unlikely, considering the Rams play at New Orleans next week and face the Chiefs in Week 15, but it is possible.
Here's how the division stacks up after Sunday's games:
|Sea 31, Car 14||St.L 19, Ari. 6||GB 34, SF 16||St.L 19, Ari. 6|
|Home games left||2||2||2||2|
Dec 24 - 6:10 AM Looking back: Revisiting Sunday's scouting report
Dec 24 - 1:09 AM Seahawks' scoring binge
Dec 24 - 1:01 AM Video: Summing Seattle's victory
Dec 24 - 12:58 AM Video: Russell Wilson post-game comments
Dec 24 - 12:21 AM Rookie passing roll call