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Coffee and Cigarettes: Seahawks links for Gameday

Grant Halverson

Gameday, baby.

Pick 6: Six things to watch as Seahawks look to get back to winning ways at home versus Raiders - Seattle Seahawks & NFL News

Seahawks injury update: Kam Chancellor, Russell Okung gametime decisions against Raiders - Seattle Seahawks & NFL News
The already injury-riddled Seattle Seahawks may be without the services of two more veteran contributors when they host the winless Oakland Raiders, according to head coach Pete Carroll, who revealed that safety Kam Chancellor and left tackle Russell Okung will both be gametime decisions on Sunday..

Change-of-pace offense has helped Seahawks’ rhythm and tempo
The Seahawks’ offense prefers to pound away at opponents with a physical running game that ranks No. 2 in the league. But switching to a hurry-up mode has paid dividends in recent weeks.

Five matchups to watch: Seahawks vs. Raiders
The Seahawks return from playing back-to-back road games to host the Oakland Raiders at CenturyLink Field on Sunday.

Max Unger may be able to return for Sunday’s Seahawks game | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
Center Max Unger, who has not played since injuring his foot at Washington on Oct. 6, may be able to return Sunday against the Raiders. Unger is officially listed as questionable but said after practice that he feels healthy and answered “hopefully” when asked if he expects to play.

Seahawks’ Paul Richardson trying to be the ‘speed guy’ | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
With Percy Harvin traded away, Paul Richardson has had to step up at wide receiver and his speed could help open up the Seahawks’ offense.

What to Watch: Seattle Seahawks-Oakland Raiders | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
Here is our weekly look at what to watch in the Seahawks game from beat writers Jayson Jenks and Bob Condotta.

Meet a Seahawk: Alvin Bailey | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
Seahawks offensive lineman Alvin Bailey, whose father played basketball at Arkansas, is an Oklahoma City Thunder fan (he says sheepishly).

RENTON: Undrafted Seahawks LB Brock Coyle has all of Montana behind him for first NFL start | Seattle Seahawks | The News Tribune
Brock Coyle is making his first NFL start this weekend for more than himself.

Raiders may be without starting CB Carlos Rogers -
The Oakland Raiders are expected to be without cornerback Carlos Rogers for Sunday's game against Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks.

Midseason reviews: Golden Tate, other former Super Bowl-winning Seahawks - Seattle Seahawks & NFL News
The Seattle Seahawks, like any Super Bowl-winning team, faced tough questions last offseason: To which players should the team offer long-term extensions? Which free agents should be allowed to walk away? And which veterans needed to be released to free up needed salary-cap room?

Tony Romo has fractures in transverse process -
Tony Romo has two fractures in his transverse process, Desmond Purnell reported Saturday. However, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback could still take the field Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals.

Tyrann Mathieu back to the 'old Honey Badger thing' -
He's back! Tyrann Mathieu and his Arizona Cardinals teammates say they see more and more of the Honey Badger returning in the safety's play, and he's not afraid to admit he's almost there.

NFL Overachievers and Underachievers in the first half of 2014 | The MMQB with Peter King
It seems like just days ago that Adrian Peterson was being taken at the top of fantasy drafts everywhere, while Nick Foles was the quarterback who could do no wrong.

49ers fill 53rd roster spot with Leon McFadden | ProFootballTalk
The 49ers had been carrying an empty spot in the roster, possibly in the hopes that the league office would decide to reinstate linebacker Aldon Smith two games early.

Week Nine “Three and Out” | ProFootballTalk
It's the 13th anniversary of PFT.  What better way to celebrate than to bang out three questions and answers for each of the 11 games to be played on Sunday? OK, there are probably better ways to celebrate.

FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | Futures: Florida State TE Nick O'Leary
A pervasive theme of this year's Futures is the profiling of football players who transcend the typical boundaries of their position. Hines Ward comes to mind as the NFL prototype for my definition of a "football player." Ward was a favorite of former Steelers' coach Bill Cowher, who learned much of his craft in Cleveland under Marty Schottenheimer.

NFP prospect focus: Jaelen Strong and Ty Montgomery | National Football Post
A look at two of the top wide receiver prospects in the country.

Cover-Two: Who's more likely to make the playoffs, Seahawks or 49ers? |
As the NFL season nears its midpoint, Chris Burke and Doug Farrar discuss which NFC Championship Game participant from last season is most likely to turn its inconsistent start around, how soon we can expect to see Johnny Manziel on the field in Cleveland and the most intriguing matchups they'll be watching this weekend.

NFL Week 9 Picks: It's Brady Manning XVI! Merry BradyManningmas! | Bleacher Report
Riffs, rants, observations and dissenting opinions from the voices in my head: Here's a warped and dented take on the latest Tom Brady-Peyton Manning matchup and other, less-worthy events of the upcoming weekend.

2015 NFL Draft: Penn State TE Jesse James a wanted man? -
Earlier in the week we taped a segment discussing the rare talent and depth among college football's pass rushers. Players at this position dominate my Big Board with nearly a quarter of the 42 men listed there operating off the edge.