Thirty-seven things you need to know from Week 12 - NFL.com
The Cardinals still sit atop the NFC West, but after a loss, the Seahawks and 49ers are gaining steam. Can Bruce Arians' outfit retain the lead? Here's what else you need to know from Week 12.
Learning to 'Get After It in Life' -- The Science and Art of Building Resiliency | Michael Gervais, Ph.D.
There is much to learn from people who push limits, challenge conventional wisdom and are able to excel in moments that are packed with intensity. One of the characteristics that many of them have developed is the skill of resiliency -- being able to...
San Francisco 49ers News — Niner Insider Blog » Injury report: Davis’ status unknown; Bowman will stay sidelined
Niners right tackle Anthony Davis is still experiencing concussion symptoms after he was injured in a win over the Giants on Nov. 16 and his status for Thursday night’s game against Seattle is up in the air, Jim Harbaugh said today.
Monday draft thoughts: Mizzou’s D-line impressive & it’s not just Ray/Golden | Seahawks Draft Blog
Missouri is a production line for defensive talent. A couple of years ago they gave the NFL Sheldon Richardson. Last year it was Michael Sam and Kony Ealy (wasn’t a fan of either, but still). Now it’s Shane Ray and Markus Golden. But it doesn’t stop there.
Colin Kaepernick Comments on Richard Sherman, Seahawks Rivalry
"Obviously you want to win that game," Kaepernick said, "but it’s in the past."
Any idea why we are not seeing more Bruce Miller? - Niners Nation
The San Francisco 49ers offense struggled with consistency on Sunday, but there were some bright spots in the passing game. Anquan Boldin had the biggest impact, but Bruce Miller quietly put...
Anthony Davis still dealing with concussion symptoms, according to Jim Harbaugh - Niners Nation
Jim Harbaugh said Anthony Davis is still dealing with concussion symptoms. We break down what this means for Thursday's game against the Seattle Seahawks.
49ers-Washington recap: Considering the 12 meaningful offensive possessions - Niners Nation
The San Francisco 49ers offense struggled once more against a bad Washington defense. What on earth is going on? And does it matter if the 49ers keep winning?
Monday in Hawkville: What’s next? Seahawks already have moved on to 49ers
Sunday’s impressive victory over the NFC West-leading Cardinals was one to savor for the Seahawks. OK, time’s up. With a Thursday night game against the 49ers in the Bay Area, that’s now the focus for the players and coaches – especially Turkey Day veteran Cliff Avril.
Russell Wilson Back on Track, Has Seahawks Eyeing Playoffs | Bleacher Report
This season hasn't gone as anticipated for Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks.
San Francisco 49ers favored over Seattle Seahawks – barely – for Thanksgiving rivalry game - Seattle Seahawks & NFL News
Up next for the Seattle Seahawks: the arch-rival San Francisco 49ers.
Seahawks Second Thoughts: 49ers favored, barely, over Seahawks | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
A few Monday Morning thoughts on the Seahawks. …
From not playing for five games to playing all but one play
After missing five games with a toe injury, Bobby Wagner was back at middle linebacker for Sunday’s win over the Cardinals and his return is timely because the Seahawks have a short week to prepare for Thursday night’s game against the 49ers.
Seahawks injury update: Cooper Helfet has sprained ankle - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Tight end Cooper Helfet scored the only touchdown of Seattle's win over Arizona, but he also sustained the team's only notable injury with a sprained ankle. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle
Can Lynch recover by Thursday? "I think he'll rise to the occasion" - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said running back Marshawn Lynch made it out of Sunday's game feeling relatively well, but what about his ability to recover on a short week given how banged up his body has become over the course of the season? - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle
Pete Carroll on Cliff Avril: "I think he had his best game" - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril doubled his season sack total with two on Sunday against Arizona, which according to coach Pete Carroll, was his best game yet. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle
San Francisco 49ers Monday injury report - ESPN
With a short week before Thursday night’s home game against the Seattle Seahawks, the San Francisco 49ers held a walkthrough on Monday. And, as the team announced, had it actually held a practice, following is what the Niners’ injury report would have looked like less than 72 hours before kickoff:
Now it gets tough for Seahawks: A trip to play 49ers | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
The Seahawks cruised to a 19-3 victory over Arizona at home on Sunday but will have to turn around and play at San Francisco on Thanksgiving night.
A few thoughts on Marshawn Lynch and the media | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
I was pretty right, as it turned out, in how the game Sunday would go, picking Seattle to win 21-13 and predicting they’d do so thanks in part to its defense.
Hugh Millen’s Seahawks analysis: Seattle defense had its way with struggling Arizona offense | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
Arizona’s unimaginative running attack was easily stuffed by the Seahawks defense, which was as healthy as it has been for a long time.
Pete Carroll: Marshawn Lynch’s back getting more attention, but just normal managing, wear | Seahawks Insider - The News Tribune
Marshawn Lynch has had to stay outside on the sidelines getting treatment during halftime in 10-degree wind chill at Kansas City because his low back was aching. He’s had to sit out two drives in the first half of yesterday’s game against Arizona in Seattle while spending some of the time next to the bench sitting on a stationary bike and not pedaling.
Bobby Wagner’s return sparks Seahawks’ dominant defensive effort | Seattle Seahawks | The News Tribune
Bobby Wagner spent two weeks with a cast on his right leg and had missed each of the Seattle Seahawks’ previous five games.
Earl Thomas and Doug Baldwin on the Seahawks learning to trust each other | HeraldNet.com - Seattle Sidelines
In tomorrow’s Herald, and a lot of other places, you’ll be reading about some interesting things said by a couple of Seahawks players,...
Seattle clears internal issues, focus on SF - seattlepi.com
The first step for Seattle's return to the NFC West race had nothing to do with what happened on the field. The Seahawks had to clear their own in-house issues.
Seahawks looking for first win at 49ers since 2008 - Nov. 24, 2014 | SPORTS RADIO KJR
It's taken all the way until Week 13 for the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers to meet for the first time this season after their thrilling matchup in the NFC Championship game last January.
Ahmad Brooks: I've gone from 'selfish' to 'selfless' - NFL.com
Ahmad Brooks has had himself a week. Just one game after benching himself, the veteran 49ers linebacker came up big for San Francisco in its win against the Washington Redskins after changing his ways.
Carroll: Beating Cards best feeling 'Hawks had all year - NFL.com
The Seahawks got their swagger back Sunday with a win over their NFC West brethren Arizona Cardinals. Seattle's coach Pete Carroll called it the team's emotional high point of the season.
Ahmad Brooks: 49ers offense didn't play as well they should have - CBSSports.com
Ahmad Brooks thinks the 49ers offense can play better.
Rookie Quarterbacks: It Is Not 2012 Anymore
Jets second-year quarterback Geno Smith has averaged 3.88 Adjusted Net Yards per Attempt this year, which has resulted in him being benched for Michael Vick. That 3.88 ANY/A average is the worst of the 34 qualifying quarterbacks this season. In fact, only three other quarterbacks have averaged fewer than five Adjusted Net Yards per Attempt this year: Derek Carr (4.93), Teddy Bridgewater (4.75), and Blake Bortles (4.16). Those three, along with Johnny Manziel, were selected in the top 40 of the 2014 Draft. Since Manziel has been on the bench most of the season, and Zach Mettenberger does not yet have enough attempts to qualify, this means the only three rookie quarterbacks in the NFL this season have been terrible. With a capital T.
Colin Kaepernick hasn't live up to Jim Harbaugh's "great" billing | The MMQB with Peter King
After his 49ers slogged their way through a 17-13 victory (at home, mind you) over struggling Washington (now 3-8), coach Jim Harbaugh was once again effusive in his praise of quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
Mike Tanier's Monday Morning Hangover: Josh Gordon and Late-Season Spark Plugs | Bleacher Report
Josh Gordon looked a little paunchy in his return to the field Sunday.
Week 12 Wrap-up: Together, We Appreciate Football «
The NFL has been more difficult to enjoy in 2014 than at any other point in its entire history. If you’re a fan with a conscience, the moral and ethical question of whether football is something humans should do has weighed on you this year more than it ever has before.
2015 NFL Mock Draft: Could Randy Gregory be the No. 1 overall pick? - CBSSports.com
Since the 1997 NFL Draft, only three positions have been selected with the No. 1 overall pick: quarterback, offensive tackle and pass rusher. The Jacksonville Jaguars, who currently own the top spot after the Oakland Raiders earned their first victory of 2014, have recently invested in the quarterback and offensive tackle positions, leaving the pass rusher as the likely option if one is worth the top spot. And Nebraska's Randy Gregory might be intriguing enough to warrant the pick. There might not be an “elite” non-quarterback prospect in this draft class, but Gregory is on the short list of players who flash difference-maker potential.