Marshawn Lynch delivering exactly what Seahawks needed
It was Oct. 5, 2010, when the Seahawks acquired Marshawn Lynch in a trade to complement the mindset coach Pete Carroll was looking to instill. On the anniversary of that deal, the Beast Mode back continues to be the real deal.
Divergent paths since Seahawks last faced Redskins | Sports | Seattle News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News | KOMO News
Russell Wilson and Robert Griffin III, who had just posted the best two statistical seasons for rookie quarterbacks in NFL history, were meeting in the first round of the playoffs. January 6, 2013.
Redskins vs. Seahawks: Five story lines to follow Monday night - The Washington Post
The Washington Redskins return to action Monday night, hoping to rebound from their embarrassment against the Giants with an upset victory over Seattle. The Seahawks, despite playing on the road, are currently 7.5-point favorites.
Seahawks always thrive in prime time | Larry Stone | The Seattle Times
It all began with Efren Herrera. It’s a philosophy the Seahawks have embodied ever since. In good times, bad times, and times in between, one thing has remained constant: The Seahawks have brought out their best in prime time.
Seattle Seahawks vs Washington Redskins: Saturday Injury Report - Hogs Haven
The Redskins and Seahawks have released their final injury reports before Monday's game.
CFB week six: Beasley ties record, thoughts on Brett Hundley | Seahawks Draft Blog
Vic Beasley has 28 sacks in his last 25 games — tying a Clemson record. The 28th was a sack, strip, touchdown (see above). He explodes off the edge, coasts past the tight end and makes a huge play. Beasley is well known but remains underrated purely due to a lack of brilliant size. In terms of a speed rusher, he’s a fine prospect who certainly warrants top-15 consideration. Look at the production. He’s not going to set the edge and play dominant run-D. He’s not going to line-up inside in nickel. He’s just a flat-out speed rusher off the edge. And there’s nothing wrong with that.
Holmgren’s name quietly emerges as potential Raiders coach | ProFootballTalk
Back in July, former Packers and Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren sounded like a guy who’d be interested in coaching again at age 66. Mark Davis ultimately could be interested in Holmgren coaching the team Davis owns.
Five Matchups to Watch: Seahawks at Redskins
After having an early bye week, the Seahawks return to action in Week 5 with a cross-country trip to play the Washington Redskins on “Monday Night Football” at FedEx Field.
St. Louis Rams can't overcome themselves against Philadelphia Eagles - ESPN
Sunday's 34-28 loss to the Eagles offered plenty of examples of what can happen when the Rams team up with their opponent to beat the Rams.
Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright: Opponents would be 'silly' not to try what Denver did | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
The NFL, as coaches and players repeatedly say, is a copycat league.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll has no problems with Gruden broadcasting Gruden | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
Monday night’s game will feature the oddity of an older brother commentating for a national television audience about the actions of his younger brother.
NFL Grades Week 5: Browns make history with 25-point comeback - CBSSports.com
The Browns get a B+ for putting together the largest road comeback in NFL history.
Manning, Thomas light up Cardinals secondary - NFL.com
Peyton Manning and Demaryius Thomas made history Sunday, as the Broncos lit up the Cardinals secondary. Find out what else you need to know from Denver's best victory of the season.
Alex Smith throws game-sealing INT in return to San Francisco - NFL.com
Alex Smith's return to San Francisco did not have a storybook ending, unless you were a 49ers fan. His interception in the closing minutes clinched a 22-17 win for the 49ers.
Injury roundup: Megatron, Jimmy Graham injured - NFL.com
Calvin Johnson started Sunday's game but left after making his first catch in the third quarter. Megatron was just one of many key injuries that are highlighted in the injury roundup.
Titans' Jake Locker injures thumb vs. Browns - NFL.com
Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker exited during the second quarter of the team's loss to the Cleveland Browns with a thumb injury. He never returned, as Charlie Whitehurst took over.
NFL hasn’t asked FXFL to adopt certain rules | ProFootballTalk
The FXFL launches its inaugural season this week, and it's trying to create ties to the NFL. It's possibly trying a little too hard to do that. In an item in the Omaha World-Herald, Omaha Mammoths coach Sandy Buda says the NFL asked the FXFL to utilize certain rules.
49ers climb above .500, defeat Chiefs | ProFootballTalk
With a series of long offensive marches, stout defensive play and vital special teams contributions, the 49ers wore down the visiting Chiefs on Sunday at Levi's Stadium, powering to a 22-17 victory in Santa Clara.
Peyton and Demaryius pass the Broncos past the Cardinals | ProFootballTalk
The game was too easy for Demaryius Thomas today in Denver. Thomas, the Broncos' No. 1 receiver, absolutely abused the Cardinals' secondary, and especially cornerback Antonio Cromartie, as he and Peyton Manning made it look easy in a 41-20 win.
Peyton Manning pursuit began Jim Harbaugh rift with San Francisco 49ers - ESPN
Coach Jim Harbaugh began to lose some of his San Francisco 49ers players when he was not honest with former quarterback Alex Smith about San Francisco's pursuit of Peyton Manning in 2012, according to team sources, who expressed their belief to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Drew Stanton of Arizona Cardinals has concussion; Bruce Arians angry over Calais Campbell knee injury - ESPN
The Arizona Cardinals lost the one player that they could not afford to lose, while another injury drew the ire of coach Bruce Arians.
Cardinals lose to Broncos, face tough road in NFC West
It was just two weeks ago that the Arizona Cardinals sat alone atop the NFC West, the last undefeated team in a division that could be considered the NFL's toughest. Those Cardinals headed into their bye week confident they'd be getting their starting quarterback back on the field soon, and believing they had the type of championship-caliber defense that could compete with anyone in the NFL.
Rams-Eagles: The Offensive Line Lost The Game - Turf Show Times
The biggest factor that decided the game? The Rams' offensive line.
NFL scores and results: Patriots, Broncos impress in Week 5 - SBNation.com
Another entertaining NFL Sunday is in the books. New England rebounded with a resounding win while the Broncos also impressed against a stout Arizona team.
Calais Campbell injury: DE out 3-4 weeks; Bruce Arians, Larry Fitzgerald, others react to 'dirty' play - Revenge of the Birds
Team upset with the illegal block
49ers vs. Chiefs, 2014: Full coverage of Week 5 - Niners Nation
The San Francisco 49ers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 22-17 in Week 5. We have everything you need to know about this big victory.