Coffee and Cigarettes: Seahawks Links for Saturday

SEATTLE, WA - DECEMBER 12: Chris Culliver #29 of the San Francisco 49ers and Leon Washington #33 of the Seattle Seahawks get into a shoving match at CenturyLink Field December 24, 2011 in Seattle, Washington. San Francisco won 19-17. (Photo by Jay Drowns/Getty Images)

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NFP Friday Forecast | National Football Post
Take a look at how your team stacks up against the competition in Week 17 of the NFL.

Finding his fit
Beast Mode? Skittles-back? Regardless of what you call him, Marshawn Lynch definitely has made a name for himself by tweaking his running style in his second season with the Seahawks

Cosell’s Watching: Virtues of Dalton Show Up Again : NFL Films Blog
NFL Matchup’s Executive Producer shares notes from his study of Week 16 coaching tape: the Bengals offense vs. the Cardinals defense.

Cosell’s Watching: Lions Have Both a Great Passer & Protection Issues : NFL Films Blog
NFL Matchup’s Executive Producer shares notes from his study of Week 16 coaching tape: the Lions offense vs. the Chargers defense.

NFL.com Blogs " Blog Archive Tale of the Tape: Making sense of a jumbled playoff picture "
The final week of the NFL regular season is upon us, and the playoff picture is anything but settled. The Texans are pegged into the No. 3 seed – and in the AFC, that’s the only peg lodged.

Seattle Seahawks Blog - Hawk Blogger: Highlights Of 2011
It has been among the most eventful years in Seahawks history, and it seemed worth some reflection. Here is a collection of stories that capture some of the highlights of the last 12 months.

Run, Ricardo, Run! | HeraldNet.com - Seahawks blog
There's a chance that the Seahawks could be without receiver Ben Obomanu this weekend because of knee injury (Obomanu didn't practice again on Thursday). If that is the case, that means Seattle would have only four healthy receivers, including rookie Ricardo Lockette, who Seattle signed off its practice squad only two weeks ago. Lockette, who went undrafted out of Division-II Fort Valley State University, has come a long ways from when he was just a really fast guy in training camp.

Browner vs. Fitzgerald is a matchup to watch - Daily Links Blog - MyNorthwest.com - The Seahawks' and Cardinals' elimination from playoff contention has raised questions about each team's motivation heading into their Week 17 matchup. Larry Fitzgerald and the Cardinals aren't likely to find any in the form of trash talk from Brandon Browner.

Seattle Seahawks Blog - Hawk Blogger: Highlights Of 2011
It has been among the most eventful years in Seahawks history, and it seemed worth some reflection. Here is a collection of stories that capture some of the highlights of the last 12 months.

Run, Ricardo, Run! | HeraldNet.com - Seahawks blog
There's a chance that the Seahawks could be without receiver Ben Obomanu this weekend because of knee injury (Obomanu didn't practice again on Thursday). If that is the case, that means Seattle would have only four healthy receivers, including rookie Ricardo Lockette, who Seattle signed off its practice squad only two weeks ago. Lockette, who went undrafted out of Division-II Fort Valley State University, has come a long ways from when he was just a really fast guy in training camp.

Seahawks.com Blog | Friday in Hawkville "
Three blasts of the horn. That’s the daily signal that practice is over – three toots from the air horn manned by assistant equipment manager Kyle Stillwell.

Breaking down Brandon Weeden (QB, Oklahoma State) " Seahawks Draft Blog
Yesterday we looked at Ryan Lindley (QB, San Diego State) as a possible quarterback option beyond round one for the Seahawks. Today I’m going to look at Oklahoma State’s Brandon Weeden.

Kenny Mayne With Marshawn Lynch - YouTube

SI.com's 2011 Media Awards - Richard Deitsch - SI.com
SI.com highlights a select group in the sports media who were newsworthy, both for positive and negative reasons, in 2011.

NFL Pro Bowl snubs: Who got left out? – Audibles
The Pro Bowl rosters announced Tuesday will wind up looking nothing like the final rosters for the game on Jan. 29. Between players dropping out for "injuries" and those ineligible to participate because they’re headed to the Super Bowl the following Sunday, the NFL will cycle through a ton of alternate picks before kickoff — players pulling out of the Pro Bowl has become a bigger annual tradition than the game itself.

2012 NFL Draft: Cost Of Andrew Luck And Which Teams Will Bid On Him - SBNation.com
Wheeling and dealing for Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck will be the highlight of the 2012 NFL Draft. Which teams will be looking to trade up for Luck and how much will they pay?

Indianapolis Colts, St. Louis Rams won't tank games for top pick - Peter King - SI.com
On Dec. 18, 1988, the Green Bay Packers took the field to play the Phoenix Cardinals (yes, they weren't always the Arizona Cardinals) at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz., knowing exactly what their fate was. The two teams in competition with Green Bay for the top three picks of the draft, Dallas and Detroit, lost earlier in the day. So the Lions now stood at 4-12 and Dallas at 3-13.

Packers expected to give Matt Flynn playing time Sunday | National Football Post
Aaron Rodgers' backup will get some action

Jaguars claim OT Robinson off waivers | National Football Post
DB McClain let to go make room on roster.

Seattle QB Jackson hopes to end year on high note - Seahawks News - MyNorthwest.com
When Tarvaris Jackson was told Thursday that Seattle coach Pete Carroll intends on Jackson being his starting quarterback when 2012 begins, Jackson gave a sheepish reply about not even thinking about next season yet.

Marvez: Should the NFL expand its regular season to 18 games? - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN
His heart wishes the Seattle Seahawks had two extra weeks to vie for the postseason. The rest of Golden Tate’s body knows better.

Tarvaris Jackson prepares for incumbent role | Seattle Seahawks - The News Tribune
Asked this week who will start at quarterback for the 2012 Seahawks, coach Pete Carroll said he plans to stick with Tarvaris Jackson. "Yeah, that’s where we are," Carroll said. "… Now, that doesn’t mean that we’re not going to look at the draft really hard and all the opportunities. We’ll always do that at every position."

Final Word: NFC West - NFC West Blog - ESPN
Draft order disorder. Every NFC West team but San Francisco faces a potential significant shift in draft order based on Week 17 results. The St. Louis Rams will emerge with the No. 1 overall pick if they lose to the 49ers while Indianapolis defeats Jacksonville. The Colts will pick first if they lose, or if the Rams win. The winner between the Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks will finish 8-8 instead of 7-9, producing likely a swing of several spots in the order. The 7-9 team with the easiest strength of schedule will pick ninth. The 8-8 team with the strongest strength of schedule would pick 20th.

Steve Spagnuolo, Raheem Morris, Jim Caldwell in danger of losing jobs - Don Banks - SI.com
The arithmetic is unrelenting. Since 1989, NFL teams have hired on average 6.5 new head coaches a year, and there have been a staggering 82 coaching changes made in the league from 2000-on. Only one team, the Philadelphia Eagles, has completely sat out the frenzy in that department, having brought a young and promising Andy Reid to town in 1999.

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