Over their past 27 games, the Seattle Seahawks have found a winning formula. They use a powerful ground game, a swarming defense – featuring perhaps the best secondary in the NFL – and play-making special teams. Over that span, they are 22-5.But when the 49ers play the Seahawks this Sunday in the NFC Championship Game at rowdy CenturyLink Field, they'll be facing an offense that has struggled in recent games.In Seattle's home victory over the New Orleans Saints in last week's divisional round, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson threw for a career-low 103 yards. And in two of his last three games, Wilson has thrown for less than 110 yards.MORE: The NFL Sets Up a Sunday to RememberAnd, over the past five games, Seattle has averaged just 20 points a game. In his most recentt five starts, Wilson has struggled and the Seahawks have gone 3-2, with losses to the 49ers in San Francisco and Arizona at CenturyLink. He's thrown just four TD passes with three interceptions.Yet neither Seattle coach Pete Carroll or Wilson is overly concerned by those numbers.The Seahawks, after all, are the NFC's No. 1 seed, have lost only once at home over the past two seasons and are the...