Coffee & Cigarettes: Seahawks links for Tuesday

Kevin C. Cox

LINKS!

Read these hurry.

Upon Further Review: Seattle Seahawks Week 10 - ESPN
A review of four hot issues from the Seattle Seahawks' 33-10 victory against the Atlanta Falcons:

The dominant Seahawks finally show up - Seattle Seahawks Blog - ESPN
Remember that potential Super Bowl team, the one so many expected from the Seattle Seahawks but hadn't really seen? Now you've seen it.

Seahawks finally play ‘the game we’ve been looking for’ | Jerry Brewer | The Seattle Times
The Seahawks weren’t settling for good enough on this day, not again, not after consecutive blah performances and the teeth-gnashing it inspired.

An early look at the tight end position « Seahawks Draft Blog
It wasn’t too long ago that tight end was considered a possible need area for the Seahawks. Right now, it doesn’t seem quite so vital.

An early look at the tight end position « Seahawks Draft Blog
It wasn’t too long ago that tight end was considered a possible need area for the Seahawks. Right now, it doesn’t seem quite so vital.

NFL Week 10 defined by absurdity with St. Louis Rams; more Snaps - NFL - Don Banks - SI.com
NEW ORLEANS -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight from a patently ridiculous Week 10 in the NFL. ...

Seahawks 12th Man increasingly taking over opposing stadiums - 710sports.com
When you watch the Seahawks play on the road this season, the 12th Man seems as loud or louder than the hometown faithful. And you can count long-time season ticket holder Ben Williams among them.

Seahawks answered the critics in win over Atlanta - 710sports.com
Well, now what? For the last two weeks, criticism from the fans and media (myself included) flowed in about the Seahawks' porous run defense, offensive line woes, pressure on Russell Wilson, offensive play-calling, choice in uniform combinations, etc.

Seahawks answered the critics in win over Atlanta - 710sports.com
Well, now what? For the last two weeks, criticism from the fans and media (myself included) flowed in about the Seahawks' porous run defense, offensive line woes, pressure on Russell Wilson, offensive play-calling, choice in uniform combinations, etc.

Pro Football Focus reviews Seattle-Atlanta game | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
Here is the weekly review of the game from the gang at Pro Football Focus. Click here to see who earned PFF Player of the Game in this week’s matchup. And here are a few more notes from PFF:

Quick hitters from Pete Carroll’s Monday press conference: Browner injury “pretty serious” | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll’s weekly Monday press conference has concluded — you can see some video of it below.

Snap counts: Seattle-Atlanta | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
Here are the official snap counts for Sunday’s game at Atlanta — 69 total plays for the offense and 58 for the defense. First, a few thoughts:

All Seahawks Need To Do Now Is Hold Serve | Sportspress Northwest
If the playoffs started today, the Seahawks (9-1) would hold the No. 1 seed in the NFC and enjoy home-field advantage throughout the postseason.

Seahawks activate Percy Harvin, release DT Michael Brooks | HeraldNet.com - Seattle Sidelines
In an expected move, the Seahawks have activated Percy Harvin off the physically unable to perform list. Rookie defensive tackle Michael Brooks was released to make room on the roster.

Morning links: The Beast and the ball | Seahawks Insider - The News Tribune
Golden Tate is becoming a reliable weapon. His play is finally catching up to his confidence and Tate is becoming one of the more dynamic playmakers in the NFL because of his return ability to go with one-handed touchdowns and other big plays. Tate is an interesting character. He speaks with desperation, as if time to become a star in the league is running out on him. He showed a lot of restraint after making plays Sunday, which makes it appears Pete Carroll’s message of letting his ability to do the talking is starting to sink into his head. At least for one week.

How Troubling Is the 49ers' One-Dimensional Offense? | Bleacher Report
Coming into Week 10, the San Francisco 49ers were on an absolute roll. After a rocky start to the season at 1-2, they made it a point to retool the offense by getting back to its roots...

Percy Harvin plans to make Seahawks debut Sunday - NFL.com
The Seattle Seahawks are adding reinforcements for the stretch run. Percy Harvin was activated from the PUP list Monday, and the receiver expects to play this week against his former team, the Minnesota Vikings.

Jake Locker (foot) out for Tennessee Titans' season - NFL.com
The Tennessee Titans might need to start exploring other options at the quarterback position. Coach Mike Munchak confirmed Monday that Jake Locker's Lisfranc injury is season-ending.

Six videos that explain NFL Week 10 - NFL.com
Tavon Austin, A.J. Green, Drew Brees and Steve Smith all help explain a wild and unpredictable Week 10 in the NFL. Who else made our "Master Level Plays" list?

Monday Morning MD | National Football Post
Did Chicago quarterback Jay Cutler rush back to action too soon?

Report: NFL deems low hit on Peyton Manning legal - CBSSports.com
Will the NFL punish Chargers DL Corey Liuget for the low hit that re-aggravated the high-ankle sprain that has bothered Peyton Manning for much of the season?

NFL Week 10 Keys to Victory for Jags, Ravens, Lions, Cardinals | The MMQB with Peter King
Breaking down tape to analyze and explain the critical plays in victories for the Ravens, Lions, Cardinals and—finally!—the Jaguars

MMQB: Detroit Lions, Carolina Panthers making strong playoff pushes | The MMQB with Peter King
One non-Incognito point to ponder this morning, prompted by non-stat-geek Mike Florio and based on 2013 NFL history: If Indianapolis is 20 points better than San Francisco, and San Francisco 24 points better than St. Louis, and Indianapolis plays St.

Arizona Cardinals in contention, more highs, lows from NFL Week 10 | Audibles - SI.com
There has been ample attention paid to just about all the upstart teams this NFL season: the Jets, Detroit, Carolina, Philadelphia, even Cleveland.Bruce Arians' Arizona Cardinals have slipped under the radar. Perhaps no longer.

Injuries may force 49ers to bring in tight ends | ProFootballTalk
“We’re looking at some options right now and there are some decisions to be made,” coach Jim Harbaugh said, via Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee. “We’ll wait until we get some medical results back.”

FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | Audibles at the Line: Week 10
This year, we have a new format for our Monday morning feature Audibles at the Line, combining our Twitter feeds with our e-mail discussion. First, we're replacing our usual back-and-forth with some longer-form dissection of each game that at least one of us watches in depth. Second, every game that we find time for will also have a selection of tweets from us and a few reader tweets we found particularly insightful. To follow these tweets live on Sunday, or to contribute your own thoughts or a question for the FO staff, you can use hashtag #foaud. We discussed the new format in this post.

NFL Run & Shootaround: Top Cats - The Triangle Blog - Grantland
On any given Sunday (or Monday, or Thursday), your NFL Run & Shootaround crew will be gathered around multiple televisions, making inappropriate jokes

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