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Rams vs. Seahawks 2013, Week 17: Seattle clinches No. 1 seed in NFC

The Rams did not have much to play for in Seattle, and Pete Carroll's group handled their business to get back on track and finish with the top seed in the NFC.

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Seahawks beat Rams, 27-9, get No. 1 seed

The Seahawks blew away the Rams, wrapping up the No. 1 seed and tying the franchise record for most wins in a season.

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Luke Willson carted off field with cast on leg

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Brandon Mebane out with hip injury

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Kendall Langford ejected by officials

Things are getting ugly in Seattle. Kendall Langford was ejected for making contact with an official and had a meltdown on the field.

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The world's biggest 12th man jersey

The Seattle Seahawks are taking fandom to the next level.

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Kam Chancellor destroys Rams receiver

Not for the meek of heart.

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How to follow Rams vs. Seahawks in Week 17

The Seattle Seahawks suddenly find themselves in a must-win situation to hold onto control of the NFC West and guarantee home-field advantage in the playoffs. A victory won't be easy, especially against a stout Rams defense.

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Seahawks vs. Rams game preview

But the Rams are looking to finish .500 for the first time since 2006. Who comes out on top?

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Seahawks vs. Rams: Odds

The Seahawks needs to beat the Rams at home in order to gain home-field advantage in the NFC.

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