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Seahawks blow 17-point fourth-quarter lead, lose 27-24 to Bengals in OT | - Sports
CINCINNATI — “FINISH!” Failed. Again. Pete Carroll, the man behind that one-word mantra, bent at the waist in the middle of the...

What we learned: Seahawks blow huge fourth-quarter lead in loss to Bengals -

Bengals beat Seahawks on DOINK field goal -

Cohen: Another fourth-quarter collapse reveals Seahawks' Super Bowl hangover -

Seahawks match biggest meltdown, lose to Bengals 27-24 in OT -
Andy Dalton led the Cincinnati Bengals from a 17-point deficit to a 27-24 overtime victory on Sunday, a collapse that matched the biggest in Seattle's history. Trailing 24-7 at the start of the fourth quarter, Dalton threw for a touchdown, ran for another and led the Bengals (5-0) on a 69-yard drive without a timeout.

Seahawks notebook: ‘Legion of Boom’ goes bust late at Cincinnati | The News Tribune
It was an equal-opportunity failing in the fourth quarter and overtime for the members of Seattle’s vaunted secondary, contributing heavily to the Seahawks’ biggest blown lead for a loss in 11 years.

Fantasy Football Week 5 recap: Down goes Charles -
Jamey Eisenberg looks at all the action from Week 5, including the potential loss of Jamaal Charles for the rest of the season.

NFL Grades Week 5: Chip Kelly and the Eagles starting to fly high -
We are grading all of Sunday's Games for Week 5. See how your team did.

Peyton Manning: I want to do better | ProFootballTalk
The Broncos are 5-0 because they have the No. 1 defense in the NFL, a unit that sparked and sealed another win Sunday in Oakland. The Broncos held off the Raiders, 16-10, despite not scoring an offensive touchdown.

Seahawks G Bailey inactive in wake of want-out Twitter posting | FOX Sports
Seahawks G Bailey inactive in wake of want-out Twitter posting

Seattle Seahawks vs Cincinnati Bengals October 11, 2015
Seattle Seahawks vs Cincinnati Bengals in Cincinnati on October 11, 2015 - Find NFL box scores, game recap, play by play, photos and more at

Golden Tate pleads for fan support | ProFootballTalk
He has called out offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi and quarterback Matthew Stafford. Now, Lions receiver Golden Tate is calling out the fans. "I’m the first one to say I love our fans," Tate said after Sunday's 42-10 loss, via Tony Paul of the Detroit News.

Cohen: Another fourth-quarter collapse reveals Seahawks' Super Bowl hangover -
Hawks have forgotten how to close out opponents, allowing three fourth-quarter comebacks in 2015

Packers overcome Gurley, three Rodgers turnovers -
The St. Louis Rams made life difficult for Aaron Rodgers by forcing three turnovers but the Packers still came through with a 24-10 win at Lambeau Field. Here's what you need to know about the game.

Eagles' offense comes alive in much-needed win -
DeMarco Murray and Ryan Mathews shared carries in Philadelphia's 39-17 rout of the Saints. The Eagles won handily despite Sam Bradford throwing two red zone picks in the first half.

Seahawks blow another late lead, lose 27-24 in overtime to Bengals - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
The Seahawks scored 24 consecutive points and led by 17 points in the fourth quarter, but another late collapse by their defense and an inability to convert on third down led to a 27-24 overtime loss to the unbeaten Bengals. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

Broncos cut veteran TE/FB James Casey -
The Denver Broncos cut veteran tight end/fullback James Casey on Saturday to make room on the active roster for defensive lineman Derek Wolfe.