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Report: Broncos will get Wes Welker back for Seahawks - Mile High Report
Wes Welker's suspension is finally... you know the drill.

Greg Cosell's Week 2 analysis: The good and bad of Colin Kaepernick | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
The San Francisco 49ers have built their offense around the movement skills of quarterback Colin Kaepernick. In one-back, two-back and even heavy sets with three players in the backfield with Kaepernick, the main focus is putting pressure on a defense that has to account for Kaepernick's running ability at all times.

Pass-fail tests for Seahawks defense moves to Peyton Manning
Week 3 for the Seahawks’ defense brings another huge test in Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, after they faced the Packers’ Aaron Rodgers and Chargers’ Philip Rivers with mixed results in their first two games.

Up Next: Denver Broncos
Anyone for a Super Bowl rematch? The anticipated matchup between the winner (Seahawks) and loser (Broncos) in Super Bowl XLVIII is finally here, and the Week 3 game will be played Sunday at CenturyLink Field.

Hawk Talk highlights: Pass coverage a concern vs. Broncos? - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Highlights from the latest edition of 'Hawk Talk' with Danny O'Neil, including whether the Seahawks' pass coverage is an area of concern heading into Week 3 against Peyton Manning and the Broncos. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

Brock Huard's Chalk Talk: Percy Harvin and the 'Belly Flip' - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Percy Harvin has touched the ball 20 times over Seattle's first two games, but more notable than the volume is the variety of ways in which the Seahawks have used their most and versatile and explosive weapon.

Marshawn Lynch had reason to leave field early - ESPN
"No, he went off with the doctors,’’ Carroll said. "His back had tightened up, or something like that, so I wasn’t worried about that."

A rare Super Bowl rematch on Sunday - NFC West Blog - ESPN
Here it is. The big rematch has arrived. The Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos will do something Sunday that only has happened five other times

What we learned in the Seahawks' loss to San Diego - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Three things we learned and three things we're still trying to figure out after the Seahawks lost 30-21 to San Diego in Week 2. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

Grade for Seahawks' offense against Chargers: Incomplete | - Sports
RENTON — Monday was a "quiet and serious" day at Seahawks headquarters, according to head coach Pete Carroll.For the defending...

RENTON: Denver’s R-word: Revenge; Seahawks’? Regroup | Seattle Seahawks | The News Tribune
Only the sixth rematch of Super Bowl foes in the following regular season in NFL history happens Sunday at 1:25 p.m. at CenturyLink Field when the Broncos (2-0) visit the Seahawks (1-1). The two teams are approaching this one from polar-opposite directions.

Looking at Seahawks snap counts and PFF grades from Sunday's loss | - Seattle Sidelines
It’s an off day for the Seahawks before they start preparing for Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos, so before we look ahead to that game, let’s take one more look back at Sunday’s loss, both in terms of playing time, and how those players fared. First off, the snap counts:

Broncos, Seahawks top AP Pro32 before rematch -
The Broncos moved to the top spot after holding off the Kansas City Chiefs 24-17 at home, and the Seahawks dropped to No. 2 after they lost to the Chargers 30-21. Denver had 10 first-place votes in the 12-member media panel that regularly covers the league. The Bengals host the Titans on Sunday and then have a bye before an Oct. 5 road test in prime time against Tom Brady and the Patriots, who moved to No. 7 in the poll after routing the Vikings. The Eagles are the first team in NFL history to overcome double-digit halftime deficits in the first two games. There's little surprise that the 0-2 New York Giants, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Jacksonville Jaguars and Oakland Raiders round out the bottom four spots in the poll.

Around The NFL's Week 2 winners and losers -
Do you need to run to win? Gregg Rosenthal looks at the winners and losers from Week 2, including Steve Smith's tackle-breaking dominance and Andrew Luck's dwindling accuracy.

Sammy Watkins tops Week 2's 'Rookie Watch' -
After a quiet debut, Bills rookie wide receiver Sammy Watkins busted out in Buffalo's throttling of Miami. Find out who else is featured in this week's edition of "Rookie Watch."

LeSean McCoy: Darren Sproles has 'carried' Eagles -
Darren Sproles has been a revelation for the Philadelphia Eagles in their 2-0 start. LeSean McCoy admitted without Sproles the Eagles "would be in some trouble."

The Week in Overreactions: Let's pump the brakes on Kirk Cousins -
New storylines emerge every week. Some are reasonable, most are not. 'The Week in Overreactions' focuses on the latter.

Fantasy Football - Playing the Waiver Wire for Week 3 :
Your waiver wires are likely filled with some intriguing options as we look ahead to Week 3. Our Jamey Eisenberg helps you make the right claims in his Playing the Waiver Wire.

Minnesota Vikings follow double standard in Adrian Peterson case | The MMQB with Peter King
Why are the Vikings treating Adrian Peterson differently than they did Chris Cook, Caleb King, A.J. Jefferson and Erin Henderson? Because you’ve probably never heard of them

Chip Kelly downplays "spy movie" information on Darren Sproles | ProFootballTalk
Eagles coach Chip Kelly knew something the Saints and the rest of the league didn't.  Otherwise, Kelly wouldn't have gotten his hands on running back Darren Sproles for only a fifth-round draft pick.

Anheuser-Busch disappointed, concerned, dissatisfied with NFL | ProFootballTalk
A major NFL sponsor has had enough with the misbehavior of NFL players and the response of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and the owners he works for.

2014 NFL power rankings: Bills, Cardinals, Chargers surging into Week 3 -
After a close loss in San Diego, the Seattle Seahawks are no longer at the top of the power rankings, dethroned by Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. Here's how the rankings makers are valuing all 32 teams after two weeks of play.

How will NFL owners hear the music, if they won’t face it? | ProFootballTalk
Last Monday, Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti sent coach John Harbaugh to face the media after Ray Rice was cut in the wake of the notorious elevator video.  This Monday, Vikings owners Mark and Zygi Wilf gave G.M.

Week Two power rankings | ProFootballTalk
1.  Seattle Seahawks (No. 1 last week; 1-1):  They lost in San Diego.  I guess that means they now suck.  And they'll suck just enough to win the Super Bowl again. 2. Denver Broncos (No. 2; 2-0):  With the No.

Weekend flashback | National Football Post
What’s wrong with New Orleans? Is Carolina headed for another divisional title?

Quantifying Robert Quinn's new deal | National Football Post
After registering 19 sacks in 2013, the St. Louis pass rusher cashes in big.

New York Times, Post Week-2 (2014): Short Passes and a Cloud of Dust
This week at the New York Times, I take a look at how Andy Dalton and Ryan Fitzpatrick are relying on yards after the catch to produce great efficiency numbers.

First Down/Fourth Down: Nelson's clutch performance lifts Packers |
Nine catches, a career-high 209 yards receiving and a game-winning touchdown. Your thoughts, Jordy Nelson?

After horrible week off field, NFL marches on more popular than ever |
Last Thursday night London Fletcher sat in Baltimore’s M&T Bank press box. It had him puzzled. The vibe was friendly, of course: All game long, people kept stopping by to smile and shake his hand. Still, as the Ravens overwhelmed the hated Pittsburgh Steelers series by series, he kept fidgeting, turning in his seat, glancing around, as if awaiting something he didn’t know he’d miss.

Ranking the 0-2 teams in terms of most likely to make the playoffs | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
It's an NFL blogging rite of passage. After two weeks, we must look forward and make grand judgments based on what we've seen for one-eighth of the season.

Darren Sproles Is the NFL’s Extra Value Meal "
Through two games, the league’s most influential player might very well be an afterthought who was acquired during the offseason for a fifth-round pick. No, Darren Sproles won’t actually win league MVP when things are all said and done. He’s not the MVP now on a cumulative basis. But in terms of what he’s done in improving his team’s win expectancy, Sproles has had an enormous impact on his new organization. Sproles may very well be the difference between the Eagles starting this season 2-0 and starting it 0-2. In consecutive weeks, he’s been the straw that stirred the drink during second-half comebacks for Philadelphia.

NFL Week 3 picks: Seahawks over Broncos, Redskins upset Eagles -
If you want to know which NFL teams are going to win in Week 3, you came to the right place.

PODCAST: Which Chargers Team Will Be on the Flight to Buffalo? - Bolts From The Blue
On the BFTB Podcast, John Gennaro and Ben Higgins look back at a tremendous San Diego Chargers victory over the Seattle Seahawks before previewing their game against the Buffalo Bills.

Mike Mayock's Slant: Do Cincinnati Bengals have best defense in the NFL? - NFL Videos
NFL Media's Mike Mayock places the Cincinnati Bengals' defense under a microscope against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 2 of the regular season.