ST. LOUIS, MO - NOVEMBER 20: Marshawn Lynch #24 of the Seattle Seahawks is gang-tackled by members of the St. Louis Rams defense at the Edward Jones Dome on November 20, 2011 in St. Louis, Missouri. The Seahawks beat the Rams 24-7. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)
Nice little win yesterday. Here's what is being said.
Matt Barkley proves doubters wrong, is elite " Seahawks Draft Blog
I’ll compile my notes on Matt Barkley vs Oregon when the tape is ready to be published. In the meantime I wanted to make some notes on his performance overall, because he made a real statement on Saturday.
ANIMATED: Red Bryant Interception And Stiff-Arm Of Austin Pettis - The Daily Drip - SB Nation Seattle
The Seattle Seahawks have had a pretty good day against the St. Louis Rams. Perhaps (no, not perhaps, more like most definitely) the highlight of the day for Seattle involved defensive tackle Red Bryant. After the jump, you can see this play here. Let's just say it's not a good sign for the opposition when Bryant is the guy who has the best stiff-arm on the team on Sunday.
17 Power, A Seattle Seahawks Blog: On the Possible Re-Signing of Marshawn Lynch
TNT reported this week that reps for RB Marshawn Lynch have reached out to the Seahawks for discussions over a multi-year contract. Lynch has accrued enough playing time this year to trigger a contract provision voiding the final year of his contract, making him a free-agent after this season. So why are we feeling hesitant about this re-signing?
Seahawks Vs. Rams Recap: The Rams Make Sam Bradford And Their Few Remaining Fans Sad - Turf Show Times
The St. Louis Rams are officially a disaster. The fans who showed up at the Edward Jones Dome today to watch the game no doubt thought about that as they filed out, at the start of the fourth quarter with the Rams buried by an insurmountable 17-7 lead. The kind of play, not to mention the status of coaching in St. Louis, was enough to make children cry. It was even enough to make one grown man sad, very sad. Rams fans, meet Sam Sadford, er, Bradford.
Red Bryant Interception Helps Bury The Rams - Turf Show Times
The St. Louis Rams are collapsing hard and fast, faster than anyone might have imagined. Quarterback Sam Bradford was just picked off by Seattle defensive lineman Red Bryant. However, Bradford is not really the story here, Bryant’s fat guy interception is the story. Bryant even included a stiff arm to make if all the more special.
VIDEO: Sam Bradford Sacked, Fumbles To Set Seahawks Up For Touchdown - Turf Show Times
The Seattle Seahawks and St. Louis Rams need all the help they can get. Decimated by injuries, both teams have struggled offensively in a division showdown today. However, a sack-fumble combination from Seattle defensive end Chris Clemons may have been just what the doctor ordered for the Seahawks. Bradford was pulled down at his own 38-yard line by Clemons. Seattle got the ball back on the Rams' 25-yard line. Check out the video of Clemons' sack and the fumble return.
Rams Fall to Seahawks 24-7 | Missouri Sports Magazine
The St. Louis Rams and Seattle Seahawks, NFC West Rivals, are both reinventing themselves as running teams. Steven Jackson and Marshawn Lynch have been outstanding for their respective teams, with Jackson getting 417 yards in his last three weeks and Lynch gaining 244 yards in the last two weeks. But both teams did well in limiting the running game of their opponent on Sunday. But the Seahawks took advantage of turnovers and timely runs to win 24-7.
Rams Report Card: Coaches, offensive line fail
Here are the grades for the St. Louis Rams after their distressing 24-7 loss to the Seahawks at the Edward Jones Dome:
The Brewery | Instant replay: A brief sketch of the Seahawks' victory over St. Louis | Seattle Times Newspaper
Why the Seahawks won: The formula is simple, if not easy to execute. Dominate on defense. Play solid special teams. Take advantage of turnovers. And manage to stay out of your own way on offense. That's basically what Pete Carroll wants from this team, and for a second straight game, the Seahawks did enough right to claim a victory. It wasn't pretty on offense, but the defense carried the Seahawks. Marshawn Lynch made the most of the few holes that he found, rushing for 88 yards on 27 carries. Just like the Baltimore game, his yards per carry average (3.3) wasn't impressive, but the commitment to the run helped the Seahawks play ball-control offense. Despite losing right tackle James Carpenter and right guard John Moffitt to knee injuries over the past week, the Seahawks were able to run for 126 yards. Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson didn't play well (14 of 24 for 148 yards and two interceptions), but he threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to Sidney Rice to tie the game at 7. The Seahawks won despite committing 13 penalties for a second straight week.
Bill Barnwell on the historic contributions from the 2011 NFL rookie class - Grantland
The current class of NFL rookies are making an unprecedented impact in the league.
A couple of good pieces on Oklahoma State receiver Justin Blackmon | Smart Football
One is a profile (or anti-profile), while the other includes excerpts of interviews with Big 12 cornerbacks who’ve had to face him. The latter touches on the points that make Blackmon maybe the best college wide receiver I’ve seen in some time: (1) that he is focused and goes hard on every play and seems to never get tired because he’s in fantastic condition and (2) that he is not as big as he plays — he’s listed at 6’1″, but is extremely physical and plays large.
Mac's Football Blog: Titans QB Matt Hasselbeck Sprains Right Elbow
Tennessee Titans quarterback Matt Hasselbeck exited Sunday's 23-17 loss to the Atlanta Falcons with a right elbow injury that is being characterized as a "sprain".
Mac's Football Blog: Cardinals NT Dan Williams Out For Season With Broken Arm
Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle Dan Williams will miss the remainder of the 2011 season with a broken left arm, Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic reports.
Dave Krieg's Strike Beard: Top 10: Seahawks Beat Rams! (UPDATED)
Want to know why I still intensely hate the Rams, even though we've beaten them 11 out of the last 12 times we've played them? Go read my account of the 2004 season if you're fuzzy on your history in this rivalry....
Seahawks win second straight | HeraldNet.com - Sports - Seattle has five sacks in 24-17 victory over the Rams
Postgame musings on Seattle's 24-7 win in St. Louis | HeraldNet.com - Seahawks blog - A few quick thoughts from my couch on the Seahawks 17-point win in St. Louis today. . .
Carroll: "They did not waiver" | Seahawks Insider - One of the things that Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll seemed most pleased about after his team’s 24-7 win over St. Louis is his team did not let a slow start and two straight turnovers by the offense affect their desire to beat a team they should be on the road. "What was really done well by our guys is that they did not waiver," he said. "Nobody wavered at all. Nobody lost their mind on it, and nobody got down in the dumps.
Seahawks’ Red Bryant surprises with his first NFL interception - Shutdown Corner - NFL Blog - Yahoo! Sports - The Seattle Seahawks' 24-7 victory over the St. Louis Rams was not pretty by any means — the Seahawks managed just 148 yards through the air, and quarterback Tarvaris Jackson(notes) managed to mangle his team's first two drives with interceptions.
Seahawks stuff Rams 24-7 - Seahawks News - MyNorthwest.com - Sidney Rice caught a touchdown pass and drew a pass interference call in the end zone that led to a field goal and the Seattle Seahawks defeated the St. Louis Rams 24-7 on Sunday.
Final: Seahawks 24, Rams 7 | Seahawks Insider - This game wasn’t pretty, but a win is a win, and the Seattle Seahawks have their first two-game winning streak of the season with a 24-7 victory at St. Louis. The Seahawks have won six of the past seven times here at the Edward Jones Dome, and now sit at 4-6 overall on the year, with their next three games at home.
Seahawks 24, Rams 7: Postgame thoughts and analysis | Seattle Seahawks & NFL News - seattlepi.com - It was hard to see an easy Seahawks win early on in Sunday’s game against the Rams. St. Louis scored first. Tarvaris Jackson threw interceptions on his first two pass attempts. St. Louis blocked a punt. But when it was all said and done, the Seahawks defense assured that Seattle left St. Louis with a surprisingly easy 24-7 win, thanks in large part to five sacks and three takeaways.
Wrap-up: Seahawks 24, Rams 7 - NFC West Blog - ESPN - Thoughts on Seattle and St. Louis following the Seahawks' victory at the Edward Jones Dome in Week 11: