Redskins-Seahawks film review: Offense - Washington Times
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins‘ offense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of their 23-17 win over the Seattle Seahawks.
Redskins–Seahawks film review: Defense - Washington Times
This was Orakpo’s best game in weeks. He was stout against the run on the edge and gave former first-round pick LT Russell Okung all he could handle in the passing game. (Remember the Redskins in 2010 chose LT Trent Williams fourth-overall over Okung, who went sixth).
A look inside the Jets' offensive playbook | National Football Post
Breaking down Sanchez in the red zone vs. the Bills.
The hometown discount is gone! | National Football Post
Teams will have to pay a premium in order to keep their free agents in 2012.
Seahawks Vs. Eagles – How Do They Matchup?
Tomorrow evening the Eagles will come to visit the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field which along with being the home of the Seahawks is the home of the 12th Man. BTW, has there been an inordinantly low number of false starts by opposing teams this year? I did a quick scan through the play by play of the home games for Seattle this year and barely found any. Since 2005 opponents have aveaged about 2 false starts per game and so far this year I don’t think we are even getting one per game. The 12th Man will need to step it up big time tomorrow evening.
Seattle Seahawks Blog - Hawk Blogger: PenaltyPalooza Part II: Just How Bad Is It?
Seattle has committed 56 penalties for a total of 459 yards in the past five games. That's an average of over 11 penalties and over 91 yards per game. If the Seahawks were to maintain that pace for an entire 16-game season, they would pile up 179 penalties and nearly 1,500 yards which would shatter the NFL mark set by the 1998 Kansas City Chiefs who had 158 penalties for 1,304 yards. Even if the Seahawks just maintain their season-long pace of 9.5 penalties per game, they will challenge the record for penalties since they are on pace for 153 on the year. That's how bad it is.
17 Power, A Seattle Seahawks Blog: DVR Run Analysis - Washington @ Seattle; 27-Nov-2011
The good news is that the consistency was back in the running game. The bad news is that the defense, a weak passing game, and penalties let this game slip through our fingers. * Overall, we got 121 yards on 29 carries for a 4.2 YPC average. Marshawn Lynch got 100+ yards for the third time in four weeks. Regarding consistency, we were never tackled for a loss and were held to no gain on a single running play. 18 of Lynch's 24 runs (75%) were for three or more yards. (14 were for four or more.)
Audition time as disappointing Eagles face Seattle - Seahawks News - MyNorthwest.com
When Pete Carroll was in the midst of his championship run at USC, he knew the Trojans would play a nearly perfect game and it still wouldn't be enough to win. That day came in the 2006 Rose Bowl on a night when Vince Young and Texas was unstoppable.
Ahead, behind, tied…Clemons a playmaker | Seattle Seahawks - The News Tribune
Chris Clemons is the best Seahawk player about whom you know the least.
On Sidney Rice heading to injured reserve - NFC West Blog - ESPN
Initial thoughts on the Seattle Seahawks' decision to place receiver Sidney Rice on injured reserve Wednesday:
Nick Foles signs with "super-agent" Dunn - CBSSports.com
With his collegiate career over, Arizona quarterback Nick Foles is looking ahead to the NFL. The first step in that process is to determine which agent he'd like to sign with. Check that step off the list.
The Tape Never Lies | Goal-Line Stand | Blogs | theScore.com - The Baltimore Ravens have long been known for consistently applying pressure regardless of who is the play caller, whether it be Greg Mattison or Rex Ryan, or the pressure player, such as Terrell Suggs, Ray Lewis or Ed Reed. This year is no different, as defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano has been exceedingly aggressive in calling the defense by dialing up an abundance of blitzes. One of the blitzes that he’s used and that has been around for years in Baltimore, as well as the rest of the NFL, is the Fire Zone blitz.
Eagles-Seahawks Preview - Nov. 30, 2011 - NFL - CBSSports.com Game Preview - A year ago, the Philadelphia Eagles and Seattle Seahawks made it to the playoffs as division winners. It will take a miracle for either to get back.
Philadelphia Eagles: Seattle Seahawks have been tough opponent to decipher - mcall.com - Much like the Eagles, the Seattle Seahawks are proving to be a rather curious riddle this season.
Landry Jones vs. Andrew Luck | National Football Post - Is the Oklahoma QB even a challenge for the Stanford signal-caller?
Draft Talk 11.0 | National Football Post
Chad Reuter of CBS Sports is back to talk second tier quarterback prospects with Wes Bunting this week.
FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | Week 12 DVOA Ratings - Football Outsiders is the internet home for Innovative Statistics and Intelligent Analysis of professional and college football. Our writers, lead by Aaron Schatz, also write Pro Football Prospectus.