Matt Calkins: The Seahawks are kings of consistency: They rarely win easy — and they rarely miss the playoffs

There are two types of consistency that the Seahawks display. The first is consistently taking years off their fans’ lives. Sunday’s 20-15 win over the Washington Football Team (WFT) was another exercise in anxiety — a game that likely raised blood pressure throughout the greater Seattle area. A 17-point lead in the fourth quarter half dwindled down to five. WFT had a first-and-10 on Seattle’s 23 with a chance to take the lead in the final minute. Then came back-to-back sacks — the first from L.J. Collier and the second from Carlos Dunlap — and after an incomplete pass on fourth-and-24 … a col…

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