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Kaepernick takes full blame for 40-point loss | ProFootballTalk
The Cardinals knew how to stop 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. And stop him they did. Kaepernick had the worst day of his career in Arizona, completing only nine of 19 passes with four interceptions, generating a passer rating of 16.7.
Sorting the Sunday Pile: Cardinals make strong case for NFL's best team - CBSSports.com
The Cardinals might very well be the top team in the NFL. That plus more takeaways from the week that was in Sorting the Sunday Pile.
NFL Grades Week 3: The Raiders might actually be good - CBSSports.com
We are grading all of Sunday's Games for Week 3. See how your team did.
Cardinals pick off Kaepernick four times in blowout - NFL.com
The undefeated Arizona Cardinals are on a roll and creating some distance in the NFC West after a 47-7 victory over the San Francisco 49ers. Here's what we learned.
Forty-two things we learned from Week 3 - NFL.com
The New England Patriots and Arizona Cardinals are the class of their respective conferences through three weeks. What else did we learn from Sunday's games?
Takeaways from Seahawks 26-0 win over Bears - Sept. 27, 2015 | Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR
The Seattle Seahawks looked dominant at times once again in shutting out the Chicago Bears 26-0 to pick up their first victory of the season.
Seattle Seahawks bludgeon the Chicago Bears 26-0 - Seattle - Scout
Back in front of the 12s and with strong safety Kam Chancellor leading the defense onto the field, the Seahawks returned to their dominating ways at CenturyLink, dominating the visiting Chicago Bears.
Dave Boling: Seahawks get a surprise spark from rookie Rawls | The News Tribune
Doing a commendable Marshawn Lynch imitation, Thomas Rawls goes from undrafted free agent to 100-plus-yard rusher.
John McGrath: Battered Lynch’s lack of production is worrying | The News Tribune
Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is the kind of football player who leaves it all on the field, which is what made his brief and mostly ineffectual performance Sunday curious to the point of bizarre.
Jimmy Graham scores, Kam Chancellor returns in Seahawks’ 26-0 win over Chicago | The News Tribune
Seattle doesn’t need injured Marshawn Lynch to get its first win of the season before a record crowd in its home opener. The Seahawk hand the woeful Bears their first shutout since 2002 and just fourth shutout since 1990.
Jimmy Graham gets on track in Seahawks' win - seattlepi.com
After a week when several national reports claimed he was unhappy with his role in Seattle's offense, Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham broke out for the Seahawks versus the Chicago Bears on Sunday, catching seven balls on eight targets for 83 yards in the Hawks' 26-0 win.
Seahawks grading the game: Offense overcomes slow start in rout of bumbling Bears | The Seattle Times
The one ominous note was a hamstring injury that sidelined running back Marshawn Lynch in the second half, limiting him to five carries for the game.
Seahawks get Jimmy Graham more involved in win over Bears | The Seattle Times
Graham had his best day as a Seahawk. That’s particularly notable given that reports surfaced this week that Graham was unhappy with his role in Seattle after having just one catch last week in Green Bay.
With Kam Chancellor back in fold, Seahawks defense is whole again in win vs. Bears | The Seattle Times
Officially, Chancellor was credited with no tackles and one assist. But that doesn’t begin to tell the story of what his presence meant to the Seahawks after a 54-day holdout.
It’s business as usual for Seahawks in win over Bears | The Seattle Times
Kam Chancellor was back after his 54-day holdout, and so were the Seahawks, looking like themselves for the first time this season in a 26-0 victory over the Chicago Bears at CenturyLink Field.
Tyler Lockett's 105-yard return TD the turning point in Seahawks' win - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
The only flaw in Tyler Lockett's home debut happened after he crossed the goal line to score the longest kickoff return in Seahawks history. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle
What they said: The Chicago Bears after losing to Seahawks 26-0 - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
The Seahawks won their first game of the 2015 campaign on Sunday afternoon, beating the Chicago Bears 26-0 at CenturyLink Field. Here's what some members of the Bears had to say afterwards. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle
Seahawks offense still isn't great, but it's showing improvement - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
The Seahawks offense was only half bad on Sunday, constituting an improvement from the first two weeks in which the Seahawks managed a combined total of about 15 minutes worth of solid offensive efficiency. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle
Seahawks' defense pitches shutout in Kam Chancellor's return - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
On Sunday, Seattle's defense looked more like the group that allowed the fewest points in the league the past three seasons than the one that struggled during an 0-2 start. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle
Seahawks Return Game Shows Up Big in Win vs Chicago Bears | Seattle Seahawks
The Seahawks turned a trick-play punt return into three points and returned a kickoff for a touchdown in Week 3 against the Chicago Bears.
Seattle Seahawks vs Chicago Bears September 27, 2015
Seattle Seahawks vs Chicago Bears in Seattle on September 27, 2015 - Find NFL box scores, game recap, play by play, photos and more at SI.com.
Seattle Seahawks call Jimmy Graham's number in win over Chicago Bears - Seattle Seahawks Blog - ESPN
Jimmy Graham was a key element to the Seahawks offense as Seattle got into the win column by beating the Bears.
Photos: Seahawks shut out the Bears, 26-0 | The Seattle Times
The biggest moments of the 26-0 rout of the Chicago Bears were captured by The Seattle Time’s photo staff. See them here.
Bruce Irvin flies young fan out for Seahawks home opener
A 4-year-old Seahawks fan who has battled heart disease since birth attended the Seahawks' home opener as the guest of linebacker Bruce Irvin.
Report: Seahawks will take “sizable chunk” from Kam Chancellor | ProFootballTalk
Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor missed out on more than $530,000 in game checks by skipping the first two weeks of the season. Now that he's back, the question becomes how much of $1.1 million in fines and $500,000 in signing bonus the Seahawks will collect from Chancellor.