NFL's Richest Get Richer: Percy Harvin Can Be 'A Difference Maker' for Seahawks | Bleacher Report
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Neutralizing Watt - The Smash Mouth - Rotoworld.com
Trent Richardson looks dead in the water, and you cannot tell me that the Indianapolis Colts aren’t starting to freak out behind closed doors about giving away a first-round pick for him. The Colts like to run power and that would seem to fit the running style of Richardson, but they are going about it wrong.
Seahawks enjoying long stretch at home - Seattle Seahawks Blog - ESPN
The Seattle Seahawks have an unusual situation where they don’t have to travel for almost a month. The team flew home from Atlanta last Sunday night (Nov. 10) and won’t leave town again until Dec. 7, the Saturday before the game at San Francisco the next day.
Seahawks WR Percy Harvin expects to make season debut vs. Vikings - CBSSports.com
"I definitely think I'm ready to play," Harvin said, via ESPN.com. "I still have a lot of work to do, but it was great to be out there with my teammates running plays and going to the huddle. Hopefully everything goes well [Saturday] and I can look forward to the game."
Five matchups to watch: Seahawks vs. Vikings
Off to the best start in franchise history, and with the best record in the NFC at 9-1, the Seahawks return home to host the Minnesota Vikings at CenturyLink Field on Sunday.
Seahawks' returns will boost offense vs. Vikings - 710sports.com
This is the Seahawks' fifth home game. They won and covered the spread in their first two games at Century Link Field against San Francisco and Jacksonville.
Christian Ponder of Minnesota Vikings on track to face Seattle Seahawks - ESPN
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder continues to recover from the dislocated left shoulder he suffered Nov. 7 against the Washington Redskins, and barring an unforeseen setback, he will start Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks, coach Leslie Frazier said Friday.
Five things to watch | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
Here is our weekly day-before-the-game five things to watch:
Pro Football Focus previews the game | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
Here are the weekly notes and links from Pro Football Focus previewing the upcoming Seahawks game:
Mario Manningham Will Jump-Start the 49ers Offense Against the Saints | Bleacher Report
After a dreadful outing offensively against the Carolina Panthers , offensive coordinator Greg Roman and the San Francisco 49ers will look to get back on track this Sunday at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome...
5 Fun and Relevant Facts About the Seahawks Heading into Week 11 | Bleacher Report
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Jarrett Boykin, Brandon Bostick emerging for Packers - NFL.com
Jarrett Boykin and Brandon Bostick are emerging as key players for the Green Bay Packers. Can the two youngsters help keep the team afloat in Aaron Rodgers' absence?
Cordarrelle Patterson's role to increase for Vikings - NFL.com
Jerome Simpson's recent DWI arrest means an increased opportunity for Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson. Is the talented rookie in line for his first career start Sunday?
Rashard Mendenhall is Cardinals' starter in name only - NFL.com
Coach Bruce Arians insists Rashard Mendenhall will remain the Arizona Cardinals' starting running back. Find out why rookie Andre Ellington's role is increasing.
49ers promote Derek Carrier | National Football Post
Tight end promoted
NFL Prospect Focus: Missouri Defense | National Football Post
Expect to hear these Tigers' names again at the draft
FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | Futures: Oklahoma State CB Justin Gilbert
He could be good, but he could be bad. It could be said about every player transitioning from college football to the NFL. When reading scouting reports and draft day analysis, it can seem like this is the basic assessment of every prospect.
NFL tells officials to call injury timeouts if a player looks hurt | ProFootballTalk
“If you notice a player that’s in distress, a player that’s injured, or a potential injury . . . we’re telling our game officials to look for this type of reaction from a player and stop the game and get him out of the game,” Blandino said.