Four Matchups To Watch: Seahawks vs Jaguars
A look at the Seahawks’ game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at CenturyLink Field on Sunday, including four matchups that could impact the outcome.
Keys to the Seahawks game | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
Can Seahawks set flight early? Seattle has yet to score a touchdown in the first half this season, and has outscored opponents just 8-7 in the first half compared to 33-12 in the second. There’s nothing wrong with finishing strong. But facing an outmanned team like Jacksonville seems like a good time to get off to a fast start and put the Jaguars away early, and maybe get some of the backups some work. It might also be a good psychological boost for the offense, which dating to last season has scored just one first-half touchdown in the past five games (including playoffs).
Former Seahawks coordinator Gus Bradley relishing Jaguar challenge | Larry Stone | The Seattle Times
The Jags’ offense has produced 11 points in two games. It’s hard to look at their remaining schedule and find a surefire win. Yet Bradley is still exuding his upbeat outlook,
Saturday primer: Jaguars-Seahawks
Jacksonville Jaguars finishing preparations for Seattle Seahawks Sunday at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Wash
In-season trades are rare, but they’ve worked for Seahawks | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
In-season trades just don’t occur often in the NFL. Nothing at all like in baseball or the NBA, where in-season player swapping is simply part of the deal.
Chris Clemons returning to make 2013 Seahawks debut - NFL.com
The Seattle Seahawks are getting stronger for Sunday's matchup with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Defensive end Chris Clemons, the team's leading pass rusher for three consecutive seasons, is set to make his 2013 debut.
For the gambler in you, Week 3: Ravens, Seahawks will cover - CBSSports.com
For Week 3, expect the Ravens, Dolphins and Seahawks to cover the spread.
Seahawks need to be better at avoiding third-and-long | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
Every week Pete Carroll asks his team a rhetorical question, in which the answer never changes.
Offensive lineman are not automatically ‘safe’ picks « Seahawks Draft Blog
Never let anyone say that offensive line picks are ‘safe’. I’ve watched the top three offensive tackles from the 2013 draft closely so far. Luke Joeckel, Eric Fisher and Lane Johnson are all struggling.
LSU’s Odell Beckham is intriguing « Seahawks Draft Blog
Although not exactly the type of receiver the Seahawks will necessarily be looking for, I’m adding LSU’s Odell Beckham to my watch-list for the year.
Another championship opportunity
Getting up for the 49ers in their home opener? No problem for the Seahawks. Getting up for Sunday’s matchup against the 0-2 Jaguars at CenturyLink Field? No worries say the Seahawks.
Don't expect Seahawks-Jags game to be a blowout - 710sports.com
The Seahawks are overwhelming favorites to beat the winless Jaguars Sunday at CenturyLink Field, but Jim Moore has 10 reasons why Seattle won't cover the 19-point spread. - Blog 710 ESPN Seattle at 710sports.com
Could Russell Okung and Russell Harvin return together for Seahawks? - ESPN
Could Russell Okung and Percy Harvin return for the same game? With Okung, now officially out for at least eight weeks, it’s possible the Seattle Seahawks' Pro Bowl offensive tackle and wide receiver could return together for the home game against the Minnesota Vikings on Nov. 17.
Brandon Browner, Chris Clemons of Seattle Seahawks to play against Jacksonville Jaguars - ESPN
"Brandon practiced all week and did a good job," Carroll said. "And I'm really excited to tell you Chris is going to play this week. It means the world to Chris."
OL Hauptmann joining Seahawks | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
Seattle has filled the spot on the 53-man roster created by the loss of Russell Okung for two months by reportedly signing OL Caylin Hauptmann, who had been on the practice squad of the Cleveland Browns. UPDATE — Since first posting this I have independently confirmed that Hauptmann will join the team Monday as Brian McIntyre also detailed earlier.
Russell Okung out at least eight games; Chris Clemons, Brandon Browner to play Sunday | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
On a day when the Seahawks learned their starting left tackle, Russell Okung, will be out for at least the next eight games, they also confirmed starting defensive end Chris Clemons and cornerback Brandon Browner will see their first action of the season Sunday against Jacksonville.
Seahawks QB Russell Wilson wasted little time taking charge of team | jacksonville.com
RENTON, WASH. — Before joining Seattle this season, defensive end Cliff Avril was familiar with Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson.Avril, a former standout at Clay High, had played against Wilson during the 2012 season. The Seahawks lost at Detroit 28-24. Wilson played well in the losing effort, completing 25 of 35 passes for 236 yards with two touchdowns and one interception.Avril exited the game thinking the rookie Wilson was pretty good. Once he arrived in Seattle, he realized why so many believe the 5-foot-11, 206-pound Wilson is special.
Andy Benoit’s Week 3 NFL Previews | The MMQB with Peter King
Colts (1-1) @ 49ers (1-1) When Pep Hamilton was hired in January to run Indy’s offense, it was clear that more traditional, balanced game plans were on the horizon. Hamilton vowed to use a fullback in his West Coast system and promote the running game.
Biggest NFL games of Week 3 -- John Clayton's First and 10 - ESPN
John Clayton's First and 10: Andrew Luck leads the Colts against his former Stanford coach, John Harbaugh.
How Can the Cardinals Shutdown Drew Brees and the Saints' High-Powered Offense? | Bleacher Report
Heading into this weekend’s game against the New Orleans Saints , the Arizona Cardinals ’ secondary has had some rough moments through two weeks of the season...
Blue Friday Match up Focus: The Jacksonville Jaguars | The Matchups Zone
Sunday, September 22, 2013 - 4:25 pm ET CenturyLink Field, Seattle, Wash. When the Seahawks host the Jaguars this weekend there are only three things that could possibly stop them from victory. 1. A complete and total mental collapse in front of the 12th Man. 2. A potential point shaving scandal. (19.5 Vegas...really?) 3. One of the…
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Seven for Sunday: Eight teams look to avoid 0-3 - CBSSports.com
No team has ever come back from an 0-3 start to win. Eight clubs are trying to avoid going down that road, but only two will get it done.
Cardinals nose tackle Dan Williams questionable for Sunday | ProFootballTalk
Cardinals nose tackle Dan Williams is questionable for Sunday's game at New Orleans, the club said Saturday evening. Williams did not travel with the club due to a "family matter," the club said on its website. He was not on the team's Friday injury report.
Seahawks to add lineman Caylin Hauptmann from Browns practice squad | ProFootballTalk
The Seattle Seahawks had an open roster spot to fill after placing left tackle Russell Okung on injured reserve Friday with a designation to return. After releasing Michael Person last week (since claimed off waivers by the St.
Week 2 Game Scripts, Average Field Position, and Arizona Special Teams
So far this season, one thing is obvious: the NFL scheduled Thursday night games every week for the express purpose of screwing with people who do data analysis. Even though week three has started, I’m not ready to close the […]
Jim Harbaugh: 2005 DUI ‘made me a better counselor,’ and Aldon Smith provides a serious test case | Audibles - SI.com
San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh has faced more heat than he would like about the way he’s handled linebacker/end Aldon Smith’s most recent DUI offense. Smith was arrested on Friday morning for driving under the influence and marijuana possession, but Harbaugh intimated later that day that Smith would play against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. It was Smith’s second DUI in less than two years, and while the NFL might want to speak to him about a suspension, Harbaugh said at his Friday press conference that Smith “needs to go to work, face his teammates and soldier through it.”