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3-1.

Russell Wilson, Seahawks hang on vs. Redskins - NFL.com
The Seattle Seahawks were too much for the Washington Redskins on Monday night, behind the musician-like performance by Russell Wilson.

The refs won't let Percy Harvin have a touchdown and fantasy owners are so sad - SBNation.com
Denied THREE times.

Penalties, including seven against the offensive line, hurt the Seahawks | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
The Seahawks’ 27-17 victory over Washington was harder than it should have been because of 13 penalties, including seven committed by the offensive line.

Five takeaways from the Seahawks' 27-17 victory | HeraldNet.com - Seattle Sidelines
If there is such a thing as an ugly double-digit victory on the road in the NFL, then surely the Seahawks’ 27-17 victory in Washington was it. Sure the Seahawks improved to 3-1, and yes they won by 10 points, but if not for a bunch of offensive penalties—three of which took touchdowns off the scoreboard—as well as a couple of big plays given up by a usually stingy secondary, this one could have been a laugher.

Seahawks sloppy, Russell Wilson shines in 27-17 win over Redskins - Oct. 6, 2014 | SPORTS RADIO KJR
Russell Wilson's ability to escape pressure and create plays allowed the Seattle Seahawks to hold off the Washington Redskins, 27-17, on Monday.

Seahawks bottle up Alfred Morris | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
Washington running back Alfred Morris is limited to just 29 yards on 13 carries, with a long of 11 yards.

Russell Wilson, Seahawks squeeze past Redskins
Some observations from the Seattle Seahawks' 27-17 win against the Washington Redskins on Monday night.

Richard Sherman on Garçon: “Pierre doesn’t matter in this league” | ProFootballTalk
“Pierre did a few things,” Sherman said after the game, according to JP Finlay of CSN Washington. “When you can’t get open, you got to do whatever you can. The crowd is acting like I’m holding him. Obviously the TV copy you can see what happened.”

Instant reaction: Seahawks beat Washington 27-17, go to 3-1 | Seahawks Draft Blog
One of Pete Carroll’s principle concepts is to avoid giving up explosive plays. If you take away chunk-yardage you can play effective bend-but-don’t-break defense.

Redskins' Morgan Moses Has No Interest in Blocking Seahawks' Cliff Avril | Bleacher Report
The Washington Redskins are trying to get a huge upset win over the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football, but a mistake like this won't help.

Seahawks defeat Washington 27-17 on Monday Night Football
Seahawks finish 27-17 against the Redskins at FedExField in Landover, Md.

Wilson runs wild in Seahawks' 27-17 win over Washington - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
It looked like the Seahawks were going to run away from Washington for most of the first half.

Seattle Seahawks WR Percy Harvin couldn't believe the called-back TDs - ESPN
Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin on having three TDs called back by penalties: "I couldn't believe it. Everybody on the sideline was saying they've never seen that happen. We just had so many penalties tonight for whatever reason. We have to clean that up.”

Russell Wilson saves Seahawks from themselves | Jerry Brewer | The Seattle Times
The Seahawks were rusty against Washington on “Monday Night Football” but quarterback Russell Wilson came to the rescue in a 27-17 victory that improved Seattle’s record to 3-1.

Grading the game: Passing marks for Seahawks in 27-17 victory over Washington | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
Other than offensive line, a lot of high marks in “Monday Night Football” victory over Washington.

Seahawks hold off Washington, 27-17 | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
Russell Wilson rushed for a career-high 122 yards on 11 carries, and the Seahawks survived their “neutral zone infractions,” holds, false starts and other miscues in a 27-17 win over Washington.

LANDOVER, Md.: Seahawks overcome miscues to beat Washington 27-17 | Seattle Seahawks | The News Tribune
The best thing for the Seahawks about this win? It’s over.

LANDOVER, Md.: Wilson’s brilliance saves erratic Seahawks | Dave Boling | The News Tribune
He ran, he passed, and he drove the Seahawks to a 27-17 Monday Night Football win over Washington.

Five takeaways from the Seahawks' 27-17 victory | HeraldNet.com - Seattle Sidelines
If there is such a thing as an ugly double-digit victory on the road in the NFL, then surely the Seahawks’ 27-17 victory in Washington was it. Sure the Seahawks improved to 3-1, and yes they won by 10 points, but if not for a bunch of offensive penalties—three of which took touchdowns off the scoreboard—as well as a couple of big plays given up by a usually stingy secondary, this one could have been a laugher.

Seahawks standouts: Hawks run through Washington - Seattle Seahawks & NFL News

The Seattle Seahawks’ 27-17 win over Washington on Monday was a case of the good, the bad and the ugly for the defending Super Bowl champs.

What we learned: Seahawks escape D.C. with ugly win - Seattle Seahawks & NFL News
The Seahawks improved to 3-1 and took a share of the NFC West lead with their 27-17 victory in Washington on “Monday Night Football.” But it sure wasn’t pretty.

What you need to know from 'Monday Night Football' - NFL.com
Percy Harvin had three touchdowns called back by penalty but it didn't matter as Russell Wilson led the Seattle Seahawks to a 27-17 win over the Washington Redskins. Find out what else we learned Monday.

Seahawks-Redskins Takeaways: Wilson dominates Monday - CBSSports.com
"He's done great stuff -- you go all the way back to the Chicago game, that's when it's started and really when we cut him loose," Carroll said. "He's smarter, he's more aware, he's more in command of what we ask of him and he'll continue to get better

Back tightness kept Marshawn Lynch off field to begin Monday night | ProFootballTalk
For their first seven offensive plays in Monday night's 27-17 victory at Washington, the Seahawks didn't have their top tailback on the field. But on their second drive, Marshawn Lynch entered the game, and from there, he saw regular work, rushing 17 times for 72 yards and catching five passes fo...

Jason Garrett on Super Bowl champion Seahawks: Watch the tape, they’re pretty damn good | Dallas Morning News
During his annual youth football camp in May, Jason Witten was asked by campers to name the toughest NFL defense he’s faced.

Larry Fitzgerald: Broncos will be in AFC Championship - NFL.com
Larry Fitzgerald came away impressed with the Broncos on Sunday, telling NFL Media columnist Michael Silver that an AFC Championship Game is in their future. Is Denver even better than last year?

Cowboys want to lessen DeMarco Murray's workload - NFL.com
As of now, DeMarco Murray is on track to set an NFL record for carries in a season. Cowboys coach Jason Garrett indicates that other players in Dallas' backfield may cut into Murray's touches.

WATCH: Justin Forsett's son's adorable reaction to seeing his dad on TV - CBSSports.com
Justin Forsett's son had an adorable reaction when he saw his dad on television after scoring a touchdown.

Patriots add CB Brandon Browner, WR Brian Tyms to roster | ProFootballTalk
Cornerback Brandon Browner and wide receiver Brian Tyms are back on the Patriots' roster. The club removed roster exemptions for Browner and Tyms on Monday, the team said. Both players now count against the Patriots' roster limit.

Rams Release Ray Ray Armstrong - Turf Show Times
Jeff Fisher is making a statement, folks.

Rams-Eagles: Protections Schemes Disrupted First Half Offense - Turf Show Times
On four occasions, the Rams simply had no chance with a free pass rusher bearing down on Austin Davis. Why?

Bruce Arians, Larry Foote call Julius Thomas chop block premeditated - Revenge of the Birds
The head coach wants Thomas to be suspended as long as Campbell is out.

Bruce Arians, Larry Foote call Julius Thomas chop block premeditated - Revenge of the Birds
The head coach wants Thomas to be suspended as long as Campbell is out.

Levi's Stadium Bathroom Assault: 2 Men from King City Facing Felony Charges | NBC Bay Area
Two fans wearing San Francisco 49ers gear suspected of assaulting two men in a Levi's Stadium restroom were arrested before kickoff of Sunday's game.

Brutal Bathroom Fight At 49ers Game Leads To Arrests, Head Injury
A few San Francisco 49ers fans got in an ugly fight in the bathroom at Levi's Stadium yesterday, resulting in two men getting arrested and another dealing with a severe head injury.

Jim Harbaugh, 49ers CEO Jed York have 'a real good talk' - SBNation.com
The 49ers head coach also asked the media to leave his players alone.

San Francisco 49ers RB Frank Gore: 'We some dogs' - ESPN
"We some dogs," Gore said with a huge smile. "Our O-line, they played great. We have to give it up to them. Like I said, 49er football, do whatever it takes. We knew that we had to eat up the clock and we did."

New York Giants series 'Finding Giants' an improbable success story - NFL - SI.com
"Your first three picks, everybody thinks those guys have to come in and contribute in some kind of way. You might even get a couple of starters out of those three picks. But on the backside of your draft, we always talk about, 'This is where we really make our money. We have to get some diamonds out of the rough on the backside.' And we were able to do that. It's really a testament that there's probably more diamonds in the rough than you would expect."

Randy Moss says Jim Harbaugh treated 49ers players 'like college kids' - SBNation.com
The former wide receiver played under Harbaugh for his final season.

Charlie Whitehurst and the signs of NFL franchise collapse disorder - SBNation.com
Fourth quarter leads greater than two touchdowns should guarantee a win in the NFL, but not if Charlie Whitehurst is playing quarterback. The Post-Mortem also examines the Rams defense and Matthew Stafford's descent into Joey Harrington territory.

San Jose cop moonlighting for 49ers spurs internal review for role in Ray McDonald case - San Jose Mercury News
The San Jose Police Department is looking at tightening the rules that dictate cops' off-duty work after officers responding to the domestic violence call at 49ers star Ray McDonald's house arrived to find one of their own already there.