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Broncos 20, Seahawks 26: Highlights and Lowlights - Mile High Report
When the Denver Broncos win, the MHR Staff gives out game balls. When they lose, we discuss both the good and the bad in our Highlights and Lowlights.

Seahawks analysis: Hugh Millen breaks down game-winning drive, Kam Chancellor’s pick | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
Hugh Millen breaks down three key things that happened in the Seahawks’ victory over the Broncos, and awards a game ball.

'Dumb luck'? A dumb argument about the Seahawks' overtime win - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Someone was going to do it. I was just sure of it. Someone from The Denver Post was going to blame the overtime format for the Broncos' loss in Seattle.

In the end, Russell Wilson beats Peyton Manning at his own game
Monday metatarsal musings: Just when it seemed like Peyton Manning and the Broncos had seized the momentum with an 80-yard, 41-second TD drive to tie the game, Russell Wilson shoved the Seahawks’ offense into overdrive with a 13-play, 80-yard TD drive in overtime.

Russell Wilson out-muscles DeMarcus Ware: "You're not going to get this ball"
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson gave reporters a glimpse of exactly what goes down at the bottom of an NFL scrum

Pete Carroll: "I thought we played better in this game than we played in the Super Bowl"
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll joined 710 ESPN Seattle's "Brock and Salk" on Monday morning to review his team's 26-20 overtime win vs the Denver Broncos.

Kicking it with Seahawks punter Jon Ryan - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
There have been games in which Jon Ryan averaged more yards per punt.

Russell Wilson makes it feel like deja vu all over again - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Russell Wilson's performance against Denver was reminiscent of Seattle's 2012 win in Chicago. (AP) Unbelievable?

Seahawks ‘Morning After’: Is Russell Wilson the NFL’s best QB now? | Jerry Brewer | The Seattle Times
Russell Wilson is now 7-0 against the NFL’s elite quarterbacks, and Michael Bennett’s bold statement after Sunday’s win may not be that far off.

Pete Carroll: Seattle Seahawks topped the Super Bowl - ESPN
“I thought we played better in this game than we played in the Super Bowl,” Carroll said on his 710 ESPN Seattle radio show. “With 13 minutes left in the game, [the Broncos] had three points, and that's the best offense in the history of ball.”

Seahawks Second Thoughts | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
A few more thoughts on the game that was as Seattle beat Denver 26-20 in overtime Sunday. …

Arizona could contend for NFC West supremacy. | SportsonEarth.com : McFadden and Rackley Article
Week 3 in the NFL is (almost) in the books, and Bryant McFadden and Derek Rackley of 120 Sports are here to break down the major storylines. McFadden won two Super Bowls while playing cornerback for the Pittsburgh Steelers, while Derek Rackley had a seven-year career as a tight tend for the Falcons and Seahawks.

Russell Wilson at his best on Seahawks' game-winning drive | HeraldNet.com - Sports
Russell Wilson recognized the coverage, he knew it wasn't the best look for the throw he wanted to make.

Looking at the snap counts from Sunday's Seahawks-Broncos game | HeraldNet.com - Seattle Sidelines
As always, the stat book from Sunday’s game was updated with snap counts Monday morning. Full numbers are below, but what stood out from the playing time numbers in Sunday’s game?

Seahawks' Chancellor lowers the boom on teammatte Burley | HeraldNet.com - Sports
Unfortunately for Seattle Seahawks cornerback Marcus Burley, his most memorable play in Sunday's win over the Denver Broncos was a painful one.

NFL Week 3 Wrap: Stand and Deliver «
Selfishly, I wish that Broncos-Seahawks game had been what we saw in last year’s Super Bowl.1 Can you imagine? Peyton Manning intercepted while driving his team down for a game-winning score, only to launch an improbable 80-yard, no-timeout drive with 59 seconds to go before getting an impossible catch from Demaryius Thomas to tie the game on a two-point conversion. And then, for all that, Manning never sees the ball again, as Seattle wins the toss, marches downfield, and pounds the ball into the end zone for a game-winning score before their backup cornerback proposes on the field. Instead, we got the blowout in February and the fabulously exciting comeback on Sunday. Pour one out for narratives that never were.

Kicking game: It is called football, after all - seattlepi.com
In the biggest game of the NFL season so far, the winning coach said the game wasn't decided by superstars Peyton Manning, Marshawn Lynch or Richard Sherman. The MVP, Seattle coach Pete Carroll said, was punter Jon Ryan.

Report: Terrelle Pryor works out for Buccaneers - NFL.com
With Josh McCown possibly hitting the shelf for a significant stretch, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are looking for outside help at quarterback.

Denver columnist blames coin flip for Broncos loss - NFL.com
The Denver Broncos defense showed improvement in their overtime loss to Seattle, but they were run over in extra time. That's why the Broncos lost, but the Denver Post is blaming another factor: The coin toss.

Darrelle Revis picked on by Derek Carr's Raiders? - NFL.com
In Sunday's 16-9 defeat at the hands of the Patriots, Oakland QB Derek Carr threw at cornerback Darrelle Revis six times, completing five of those passes. Is Revis Island in trouble?

Eight plays that explain Week 3 - NFL.com
Andy Dalton, Nick Foles, Johnny Manziel, DeAndre Levy, and Marshawn Lynch are some of the players who helped define Week 3. See who else made the plays that explained the week.

Seven from Sunday: Clubs will need more backs as injuries pile up - CBSSports.com
Nine teams relied on a backup running back -- and it's only Week 3. Starting a season with three RBs on a roster might not be enough.

PHOTO: Cardinals only have 9 players on field, still block 49ers field goal - CBSSports.com
Nine players was all the Cardinals needed on Sunday to block a 49ers field goal.

NFL Week 3: Seattle Seahawks win Super Bowl rematch with Denver Broncos in overtime thriller - NFL - SI.com
As it was in Super Bowl XLVIII, the first snap of this rematch of February's blowout was not good for the Denver Broncos. And as it was in Super Bowl XLVIII, the Seahawks and Broncos took time to feel each other out on both sides of the ball before any fireworks happened. And there was a safety in this game, though this time, it went in the Broncos' favor. The eventual result, a 26-20 overtime win for Seattle at its home stadium, surely felt the same to the Broncos, no matter how much more competitive the losing team may have been this time.

Carroll on Wilson and the NFL's elite QBs: "He's one of those guys" - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Make that 7-0 now for Russell Wilson and the Seahawks against Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees.

Bye, bye for the bye: Seahawks taking next six days off; team successfully managing Chancellor’s ankle pain | Seahawks Insider - The News Tribune
All-Pro safety Earl Thomas said Sunday following the Seahawks’ 26-20 win in overtime against Denver he wouldn’t mind going on a cruise during Seattle’s bye week.

49ers and Cardinals fans involved in bloody stadium brawl - SBNation.com
Warning: This video is pretty graphic and you might not want to watch.

49er Ray McDonald's San Jose Home Burglarized: Source | NBC Bay Area
The home of 49er defensive end Ray McDonald was burglarized over the weekend, a police source told NBC Bay Area on Monday.

NFL Stock Up: Week 3 | Over the Cap
Every Monday during the season we will take a look back at three players who are entering important stages of their contract that may have helped their stock in upcoming negotiations with their play on Sunday. In addition we will also look at one player signed in the offseason to a new contract that exceeded all expectations and provided exceptional value to his team.

MMBM Week 3: The best week in NFL history - SBNation.com
From Roger Goodell's widely panned press conference to the debut of Blake Bortles and Teddy Bridgewater, it's been a wild week in the NFL. Who better than the ultimate fan to break it all down?

Cardinals 23, 49ers 14: What you need to know | CSN Bay Area
For the second consecutive season, the 49ers have lost two of their first three games.

The San Francisco 49ers’ second ugly loss points to trouble ahead | The MMQB with Peter King
Having suffered two ugly second-half collapses in the past two weeks, Jim Harbaugh‘s 49ers suddenly look like a team that lacks discipline and focus. Can they turn it around, and more importantly, are they Jim Harbaugh’s 49ers anymore?