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Coffee and Cigarettes: Seahawks links for Saturday

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The day before.

Carson Palmer has been exceptional and it changes everything for the Arizona Cardinals - NFL
The Cardinals are exceeding everyone's expectations, and it starts at quarterback. On the precipice of 36, Carson Palmer is playing better than ever, destroying defenses with long throws.

NFL considers rare step of officiating changes for playoffs
Amid a series of high-profile mistakes, the league is considering giving officials more access to technology during games in time for the playoffs.

Fitzgerald: Cards have 'a different hero every game' -
The Arizona Cardinals won a close one Thursday night, and there were many players who starred, prompting Larry Fitzgerald to say the Cards have "a different hero every game."

Polian, Philbin among NFL catch committee members -
The NFL has formed a new catch committee to help recommend changes to the current, perplexing rule. Bill Polian, Joe Philbin and Jim Schwartz are among those on the committee.

Bold predictions: Todd Gurley gets back on track -
Will Todd Gurley regain his early season form? Can Johnny Manziel lead the floundering Browns to their third win? Our Around The NFL prognosticators think so.

Rodgers embraces the Force; Decker makes mistake -
Dan Hanzus looks back at a week that brought us Blaine Gabbert’s unlikely comeback, Eric Decker’s awkward duet and some legit #heat between Brandon Browner and a Hall of Famer.

Art Thiel: Success can be fleeting in the NFL | - Sports
Quick: Which teams most recently played each other in the Super Bowl before the Seattle Seahawks in the past two?Hint: They're both 4-8 this season....

With Matt Schaub sidelined for Ravens, Seahawks may face Jimmy Clausen... again - Seattle - Scout
With Schaub missing both Wednesday and Thursday's practices with a sore knee and shoulder, the Seahawks could face the same quarterback - Clausen - they beat earlier in the year when he was a member of the Chicago Bears.

Angry to appreciative: Doug Baldwin’s at the top of his career | The News Tribune
He’s best known as Angry Doug Baldwin.

Seahawks have chance on Sunday to move up to 5th in NFC playoff race | The News Tribune
The surging Seahawks have a chance to move up in the NFC playoff race.

How Good Is Thomas Rawls? - Oregon Sports News

Wilson and Seahawks' offense making their own statement -
The Seahawks are explosive and potent, scoring from all over the field, whether it's Wilson throwing darts to Doug Baldwin or rookie Thomas Rawls bulling his way through the defense. When he's standing there confidently and delivering strikes to your receivers, you start to understand how dynamic our offense really is.

Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls named NFL Rookie of the Week -

Seahawks could become part of some quarterback trivia vs. Ravens - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
The Seahawks' Week-14 matchup with Baltimore lost its prime-time appeal largely because of how injuries have derailed the Ravens' season. Oddly enough, another injury creates an interesting subplot to Sunday's game. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

Person of Interest: Ravens quarterback Matt Schaub - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
A closer look at Ravens quarterback Matt Schaub, whose career downturn could be traded back to a 2013 game against the Seahawks in which Richard Sherman returned an interception for a touchdown. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

Seahawks' Jordan Hill questionable, Demarcus Dobbs ruled out vs. Baltimore - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
The Seahawks will be missing one member of their defensive-line rotation Sunday against Baltimore and likely another as end Demarcus Dobbs has been ruled out while tackle Jordan Hill is listed as questionable. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

Seattle apologizes to Russell Wilson and Ciara - Local News |
Now that the Seahawks have gotten their game back, Seattle 12s are apologizing to celebrity couple Russell Wilson and Ciara. - Local -

A Championship Approach and other Key Matchups for the Seattle Seahawks at Baltimore Ravens | Seattle Seahawks
Three keys to Sunday's game at Baltimore that could determine the Seahawks' fate in Week 14.

Week 14 Notebook: Russell Wilson making Tom Brady-like rise -
One-time game manger Russell Wilson has become a major driver of his team's success. Remind you of anyone? Albert Breer tracks the Seattle Seahawks QB's Tom Brady-esque trajectory.

Allen Robinson's star rising quickly for Jacksonville Jaguars | The MMQB with Peter King
The second-year wideout is the first Jag to have a 1,000-yard season in 10 years, one of the NFL’s hottest young stars and a sign of the offensive success to come in Jacksonville. Plus a look at what to watch in Week 14

Seahawks’ run defense is back among NFL’s best | The Columbian
have been stout against the run for most of the season, and especially the past three weeks while shutting down San Francisco, Pittsburgh and the Vikings.

Seahawks' Baldwin is connecting with Wilson better than ever before - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
It took some getting used to the quirks of the Seahawks' offense, but Doug Baldwin has found a groove and is making the most of his chances.

Seahawks can move to top wild card spot: Why that's important
The Seahawks are likely hitting the road for the playoffs. The question is, where?

Seahawks vs. Ravens 2015 picks and predictions: Seattle is the unanimous choice -
The Baltimore Ravens are having an unlucky season and have a 4-8 record to show for it. The Seattle Seahawks are the easy favorite to win in Baltimore in Week 14.

Friday Round-Up: Seattle Seahawks at Baltimore Ravens Picks & Predictions | Seattle Seahawks
A daily link round-up of what's "out there" about your Seattle Seahawks

Can The Seahawks Get Back To The Super Bowl? | FiveThirtyEight
The Seattle Seahawks came into 2015 as championship favorites, having put up one of the best two-year runs in NFL history, with a bid for back-to-back titles un…

Science, planning and hint of mystery all linked to Seahawks in recent streak | Win Forever
In a couple recent posts (via The Seattle Times and USA Today), there has been lots of chatter about the science and planning that have gone into the smallest