Seahawks Vs. Cowboys: Injury Reports, Game Notes, News & More - SB Nation Seattle
The Seahawks travel to Dallas Sunday to take on a talented but inconsistent Cowboys team. The Hawks will look to end a 2-game slide and the Cowboys will look to bounce back from last week's drubbing at the hands of the Eagles.
Bill Barnwell on the New York Giant, Green Bay Packers, Philadelphia Eagles, and the rest of the first half of the NFL season in the NFC - Grantland
Part two of our series previewing the second half of the NFL season.
2009 NFL Draft Review - Round 2 | ProFootballFocus.com
7. (38) John Carlson, TE, Seattle Seahawks Role: Currently on I.R. but looks on the outs in Seattle after they brought in Zach Miller. Impact: Had that rookie year where his athletic ability caught teams off guard. Since then? Well he’s regressed as a receiver, but he can’t block. He is not what you’re looking for in a tight end. Grade: C-
Three to Focus on - Seahawks @ Cowboys | ProFootballFocus.com
The Dallas Cowboys have been one of the most confusing teams to figure out, as they have had three close losses to good teams. A blowout victory over the St. Louis Rams made it look like they might be a very good team, but then again they were blown out by the Eagles. A few weeks back, it looked like the Seattle Seahawks were getting things together by keeping up with the Atlanta Falcons and beating the New York Giants, but then again they put up three points against the Cleveland Browns and lost badly to the Cincinnati Bengals.
Analysis Notebook: Week 8 | ProFootballFocus.com
With plenty of worthy Week 8 plays to choose from, PFF Analysts Sam Monson and Ben Stockwell select three that stood out to them during their weekly tape review work. Watching every play of every game so closely, it’s understandable that the little things that set certain plays apart bring smiles to their faces. That idea holds true again as a couple of clever designs – one on an interior blitz, the other an ill-gotten but entertaining pass completion – are joined by a perfectly-executed run in this week’s Notebook.
There's more than Luck in the 2012 draft | National Football Post
Stanford's star won't be the only strong QB prospect next April.
NFP Friday Forecast | National Football Post
Take a look at how your team stacks up against the competition in week 9.
Seahawks | Tarvaris Jackson grades himself an 'F' so far as Seahawks QB | Seattle Times Newspaper
Despite twice throwing for career highs in yardage, Tarvaris Jackson considers his short stint in Seattle so far a failure.
NFP Sunday Blitz | National Football Post
Examining Chris Johnson's slump, midseason all-pro defenders, draft talk and all the latest gossip.
NFL Sunday: Five things to watch | National Football Post
Let’s talk Sunday football in the NFL. Breakdowns, personnel, plus some Xs and Os. Five things I am looking for tomorrow on the Week 9 schedule.
NFL.com news: Cowboys' Ryan: I talk a lot, but 'I'm the best at what I do'
Less than a week after his Dallas defense was shredded by the Eagles, Rob Ryan is still answering for his training-camp boasts promising that the Cowboys would handle Philly with ease.
Defining the Forward Pass | November
You know, for a play that's generated as much anger, frustration, and controversy among Seahawks fans as this one has, it sure doesn't look like much on paper. Here's a shot of it prior to the snap (sorry, only broadcast footage was available for this one):
17 Power, A Seattle Seahawks Blog: Ten Quick Thoughts on SEA @ DAL
Only in Seattle would we be talking about "trap games" right after a two-game losing streak, but I think the phrase is apt as we approach a road contest in Dallas against the Cowboys. Ten quick observations:
Seahawks @ Cowboys Game Preview " The Matchups Zone
Let’s face it Seahawks fans, Seattle has not fared well against the Dallas Cowboys since they squeaked by them in the Wild Card round back in 2007.
Like the Seahawks, the Cowboys also are struggling this season | HeraldNet.com - Sports
They head into this weekend with a losing record having dropped three of their last four games, and many believe quarterback issues are at the heart of their struggles. And no, we're not talking about the Seattle Seahawks, but rather their opponent Sunday, the Dallas Cowboys. After a losing season in 2010, the Cowboys fully expected to rebound and be among the NFC elite this year, but so far it has been an up-and-down season for Dallas, which sits at 3-4 as it prepares to host the 2-5 Seahawks.
Hawthorne looking forward to trip home - AP State News - MyNorthwest.com
David Hawthorne carries fond memories of playing in the home of the Dallas Cowboys as a high school athlete growing up in Corsicana, Texas.
Seahawks at Cowboys: 5 things to watch | Seattle Seahawks & NFL News - seattlepi.com
Protect the pectoral Tarvaris Jackson is probable to play Sunday, so expect him to start as quarterback for the Seahawks. But don’t be too surprised if he can’t withstand the same volume and ferocity of hits we’ve become accustomed to seeing. Coach Pete Carroll indicated Friday that while Jackson is healthy enough to play, he’s still a ways from being back to where he was pre-injury. "He does not feel great," Carroll said Friday. "He’s barely making it through practice."
Seahawks Blog | Richard Sherman: Never felt cornered | Seattle Times Newspaper
It's tempting to say that Richard Sherman never looked back after moving to cornerback before his junior season at Stanford. That wouldn't be accurate, though.
Seahawks Blog | Keys to the game: Seahawks at Cowboys | Seattle Times Newspaper
Contain DeMarco Murray. The Seahawks are allowing a league-low 3.2 yards per carry this season, but Murray is a rookie who is just two weeks removed from a 253-yard rushing performance against St. Louis. That's the highest single-game total by any player in the league this season. In fact, it's the highest by a lot. Chicago's Matt Forte - who gained 205 yards against Carolina - is the only other player in the league with a 200-yard rushing performance this season.
2011 Seahawks Week 8: Five observations - NFC West Blog - ESPN
Five things I noticed while watching the Seattle Seahawks during their 34-12 home defeat to the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 8:
Ripping off the Band-Aid - Seahawks News - MyNorthwest.com
The last time the Seattle Seahawks traveled to Dallas to face the Cowboys (November 1, 2009), the Seahawks lost a game that wasn't as close as the score indicated (38-17).
Mac's Football Blog: Bengals DT Domata Peko Fined $7,500
Cincinnati Bengals running back Domata Peko was fined $7,500 by the National Football League for ripping the helmet off of Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch after the Bengals stuffed Lynch for a three-yard loss on a 3rd-and-1 play in the third quarter. Peko was not penalized on the play.