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Larry Stone: For 2014 Seahawks, the margin of error is gone

KANSAS CITY, Mo. For the Seahawks, it is now a season on the brink. "We can go either way," Earl Thomas said grimly. "We can run, or we can stay on track. I think we'll stay on track." But now, the track is unforgiving, as grueling as a treadmill at warp speed. The Seahawks have squandered their margin for error, and face an increasingly uphill road to even get a chance to defend their title in the playoffs. On Sunday, the Seahawks let another victory slip out of their hands. Last year, they would have grabbed this game and not let go. They would have squeezed it into submission. But their vise grip has weakened. When the Seahawks needed to stop Jamaal Charles,...