CLEVELAND, OH - OCTOBER 23: Defenders Kennard Cox #35, Anthony Hargrove #94 and Earl Thomas #39 tackle wide receiver Greg Little #15 of the Cleveland Browns at Cleveland Browns Stadium on October 23, 2011 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)
Fun football weekend in the Northwest!! Way to represent Dawgs, Cougs, and Seahawks!!
Mac's Football Blog: Seahawks CB Walter Thurmond To Miss Rest Of The Season With Cracked Fibula
A fourth-round pick out of Oregon in 2010, Thurmond had assumed the starting left cornerback job on a permanent basis after Seattle placed Marcus Trufant on injured reserve with a back injury. In six games, including three starts, in 2011, Thurmond had 12 tackles and two passes defensed.
BCS shakeup: Oklahoma and Wisconsin fall | National Football Post - No playoff system in major college football? No problem.
Walter Thurmond done for year after breaking leg - Blog - MyNorthwest.com - Sunday's 6-3 loss to the Browns started off with bad news on the injury front for the Seahawks. Running back Marshawn Lynch was a late scratch after experiencing back spasms during warm-ups. Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson threw before the game but didn't recover enough from a pectoral strain and was ruled out, as expected. Then, it got worse.
Whitehurst part of the problem, not the solution - Blog - MyNorthwest.com - You don't need me to tell you how bad Charlie Whitehurst was on Sunday in Cleveland. Or do you? Alright, maybe you do. He was brutal.
Seahawks lose a stinker in Cleveland, 6-3 | Seahawks Insider - Fans of field goals rejoice. Today’s Seahawks-Browns game was made for you.
Carroll on 6-3 setback to Browns: "It’s a very difficult loss." | Seahawks Insider - Seattle head coach Pete Carroll obviously felt his team let one get away. "We just couldn’t get enough done to get a win," Carroll said. "We left the margin too close. We thought we could do more than this, particularly on offense. But it was just one of those games where it was so close, anything could have made a difference. And it did. It changed it. … It’s a very difficult loss in that regard. The guys took it hard, real hard."
Browns 6, Seahawks 3: Postgame thoughts from an ugly, ugly football game | Seattle Seahawks & NFL News - seattlepi.com - For impartial observers, there was nothing enjoyable about what happened in Cleveland on Sunday. The game was poorly played by both the Seahawks and Browns. The officiating was horrendous. The broadcast crew was tough to listen to. Just about the only good thing about Cleveland’s 6-3 win over Seattle is that we never have to watch it again. That, and maybe all the Seahawks fans clamoring for Charlie Whitehurst to get his chance will finally pipe down. Not sure how much more there is to say about this debacle, but hey, that’s what we’re here for. Read on for our thoughts …
Wrap-up: Browns 6, Seahawks 3 - NFC West Blog - ESPN - Thoughts on the Seattle Seahawks' 6-3 road defeat to the Cleveland Browns in Week 7:
Saturday’s quarterback round-up " Seahawks Draft Blog - Austin Davis (QB, Southern Miss) led the Golden Eagles to an impressive 27-3 victory over SMU. This was a Mustangs team who recently defeated TCU with prolific offensive production, on Saturday they managed three points. Davis whad 266 passing yards going 27/37. He had one touchdown pass and an interception and added 31 yards on the ground from nine attempts.
Seahawks | Browns win ugly battle, 6-3 over Seahawks | Seattle Times Newspaper - Three minutes and 80 yards separated Charlie Whitehurst from fourth-quarter redemption.