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Defense gives Seahawks lead – then implodes late in 39-32 loss to Arizona | The News Tribune
This was how the West was lost.

Analysis: Seahawks' struggles all too familiar in loss to Cardinals -
The Seattle Seahawks came into their Week 10 matchup with the Arizona Cardinals saying they approached the crucial NFC West showdown just like they would any game.

Seahawks' Bruce Irvin sprains knee, Paul Richardson injures hamstring - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said linebacker Bruce Irvin sprained the medial collateral ligament (MCL) in his knee during Seattle's loss to Arizona but had no timetable on when he might be able to return, saying, 'We'll see what that means.' - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

Another spotty performance adds to questions of Russell Wilson's ceiling - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
There will be no shortage of explanations for those offensive struggles from a line that remains an open wound, to offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell's play selection But Wilson is part of this conversation, too. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

Season-high 14 penalties hurt Seahawks in loss to Arizona - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Sunday's game served as a reminder that penalties are still very much a problem for Seattle. They might have been the biggest problem for the Seahawks in their 39-32 loss to Arizona. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

Doug Baldwin up, Russell Wilson down in Seahawks' loss - Seattle Seahawks Blog - ESPN
While Doug Baldwin had his most productive game of the season, the Seahawks did not do enough in the end to knock off NFC West rival Arizona.

Injury Update: Seahawks Linebacker Bruce Irvin Sprains MCL vs Arizona Cardinals | Seattle Seahawks
Pete Carroll updates the status of linebacker Bruce Irvin and wide receivers Paul Richardson and Tyler Lockett after the Seahawks' 39-32 loss to the Arizona Cardinals.

Seahawks Wide Receiver Ricardo Lockette Calls Return to CenturyLink Field: “One of the Best Days of My Life” | Seattle Seahawks
Receiver Ricardo Lockette made a surprise visit to CenturyLink Field just two weeks after suffering a season-ending neck injury.

Seahawks Undone by “Miserable First Half of Football” and Other Takeaways from Sunday’s Loss to the Arizona Cardinals | Seattle Seahawks
Takeaways from the Seahawks' Week 10 loss to Arizona, including a penalty-marred first half that helped put Seattle in an early hole.

Instant reaction: Seahawks face 4-5 hole | Seahawks Draft Blog
I’ll put some more considered thoughts down in the week. This was a long game and I need some sleep. Obviously the playoffs will be tough now. The Seahawks started poorly and failed to finish, with some typical Seahawks magic sandwiched in the middle.

Russell Wilson, Seahawks' offense too sloppy in loss to Cardinals - Seattle Seahawks Blog - ESPN
The inconsistency the Seahawks' offense showed through the first eight weeks was evident again in a 39-32 loss to the Cardinals.

Cardinals vs. Seahawks 2015 final score: Three things we learned from Arizona's 39-32 victory over Seattle -
The Cardinals blew a 19-0 lead before rallying for the victory.

Cardinals scorch Seahawks, tighten grip on NFC West
Was this the changing of the guard in the division?

Chiefs creep back into discussion with 3-game win streak | ProFootballTalk
The Broncos grabbed the headlines leading up to and even during the game, when Peyton Manning went from breaking the NFL's all-time record for passing yards to getting benched during what was probably the worst game of his career.

Peyton Manning won’t use injuries as an excuse | ProFootballTalk
The Broncos lost badly at home on Sunday to the Chiefs, in a game that included the benching of quarterback Peyton Manning. After the game, coach Gary Kubiak said Peyton will still play if healthy. Peyton was reluctant to blame the performance on not being healthy.

NFL Grades Week 10: Bears actually look like NFC playoff contenders -
We are grading all of Sunday's games for Week 10. See how your team did.

Former 49ers owner DeBartolo interested in Raiders ownership stake -
A pairing of DeBartolo and Raiders owner Mark Davis could be an additional positive step for the club's hopes of relocating to the LA area.

Green Bay Packers in disarray, problems start with QB Aaron Rodgers
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers was off-target, hesitant and -- perhaps most shocking -- looked like just an average Joe until the frantic comeback bid.

Big Ben catches fire as Steelers romp Browns -
With Ben Roethlisberger stepping in for the injured Landry Jones, Pittsburgh had its way with a wandering Browns club in Sunday's 30-9 win over Cleveland. Here's what you need to know.

Jeremy Langford overwhelms Rams in Bears' win -
An 87-yard touchdown reception by Zach Miller coupled with an 83-yard end-zone sprint by Jeremy Langford fueled the Chicago Bears' 37-13 victory over the St. Louis Rams on Sunday.

Titans' Justin Hunter (broken ankle) out for season -
During the team's loss to the Panthers, Titans wide receiver Justin Hunter broke his ankle and will miss the remainder of the season, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported.

Cam on dancing: If you don't like it, keep me out of end zone -
The Tennessee Titans weren't too thrilled with Cam Newton's touchdown celebration. But he offered a solution to teams that don't want to see him celebrate.