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Gameday, baby.

Golden Tate thriving with Lions after leaving Seattle
You could say Tate has had a 'Golden' time as one of Matthew Stafford's go-to receivers in Detroit

Clay Matthews of Green Bay Packers shouts 'You ain't Russell Wilson' at Colin Kaepernick of San Francisco 49ers
"Nah, it's not planned," Matthews said. "I was going to hit him with the predator, and then I had a light bulb go off in my head. It's just having fun. We're a bunch of kids out there running around and having fun at each other's expense."

Kaepernick struggles as 49ers fall to Packers | ProFootballTalk
Colin Kaepernick is just not the star quarterback he once looked like he was becoming. Nothing shows that more clearly than his performances against the Packers.

Welcome to the Gurley show: The Rams' rookie RB is the real deal - CBSSports.com
Gurley started the day slow against the Cardinals, but by the end of the afternoon he showed why he was the first running back selected in the first round in two years.

NFL Grades Week 4: Are the Bengals the best team in the AFC? - CBSSports.com
We are grading all of Sunday's Games for Week 4. See how your team did.

Packers win in San Francisco because of their defense - NFL.com
The San Francisco 49ers continued to struggle offensively and the Green Bay Packers marched to an easy 17-3 win over them at Levi's Stadium.

Todd Gurley emerges as dominant force in Rams' win - NFL.com
Rookie Todd Gurley exploded for 136 yards in the second half as the Rams held on for a 24-22 upset over the Cardinals in Week 4. Is this St. Louis team for real?

Dave Boling: Lions will test Seahawks’ ‘bored’ secondary, wise or not | The News Tribune
Teams have learned not to test the Legion of Boom, but the struggling Lions offense has little choice.

J.R. Sweezy: Seahawks' offensive linemen 'getting on the same page' - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
It hasn't always been pretty to start the season, but guard J.R. Sweezy believes the Seattle Seahawks' offensive line is definitely improving and finding cohesion. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

Pete Carroll: Marshawn Lynch MRI revealed 'some findings' - Seattle Seahawks Blog - ESPN
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll indicated Saturday that the MRI on Marshawn Lynch's hamstring did not come back completely clean.

Expect Seattle Seahawks to look for Tyler Lockett deep - Seattle Seahawks Blog - ESPN
Here are five things to know about Seattle's Monday night matchup against Detroit.

Detroit Lions' Jim Caldwell: Russell Wilson proved everybody wrong - Detroit Lions Blog - ESPN
Russell Wilson managed to stand out above a lot of the others, especially when it came to leadership during pre-draft meetings with teams in 2012.

The Opposing View: an Insider’s Look at the Detroit Lions | Seattle Seahawks
Detroitlions.com writer Tim Twentyman answers five questions about Seattle's Week 4 opponent.

Seahawks Getting Big Contributions from Rookies and Newcomers | Seattle Seahawks
Through the draft, free agency and one big trade, the Seahawks added several players who have made big contributions in 2015.

Charitable act five years ago allowed former Seahawk Dion Bailey to debut with Jets
New York safety, claimed off waivers from Seahawks last week, only had passport because of Haiti trip.

Seattle writer: Rawls can pick up slack for Seahawks
Dave Birkett caught up with Bob Condotta, beat writer for the Seattle Times, for three questions

Michigan product Frank Clark has been 'terrific' for Seattle Seahawks, says coach Pete Carroll | MLive.com
After a strong preseason showing, Clark saw his most extensive action to date last week against the Chicago Bears.

Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch and DT Brandon Mebane ruled out for Monday’s game | Seattle Seahawks
Additionally, linebacker Bruce Irvin was added to the report with an ankle injury, and is questionable for Monday.

Against Lions, Seahawks will have to stop first-half offensive struggles without Marshawn Lynch | The Seattle Times
The star running back’s streak of 61 regular-season games played will end because of a hamstring injury suffered in last Sunday’s victory over the Chicago Bears.