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Quarterback Russell Wilson resting his leg injuries during this Seattle Seahawks bye week? Yeah, right | The News Tribune
Happy Sunday. A Seahawks game-free Sunday.

Seahawks Rival Watch: NFC West
We all know that Seattle is 3-1 and in 2nd place in the NFC West. But what about the rest of the division? After four weeks, how does Seattle compare?

The 12 Commandments :: Jimmy Graham: Remember Him?

REPORT: Mike Iupati to miss 2-4 weeks | 12NEWS.com
The Cardinals have lost their two starting guards.

5 questions for Week 5 around the NFL | The Olympian
1. Is Russell Wilson going to be fully healed after this Seahawks bye?

Graham bucks trend in injury return for Seahawks;
RENTON, Wash. — At some point soon, the questions will stop about Jimmy Graham’s knee. What he is doing on the field will not be prefaced by what happened last November.For now, everything Graham is doing for the Seattle Seahawks is noteworthy because of what took place on Nov. 29, 2015 — a knee injury that very few have recovered from in such spectacular fashion.“It’s a great statement about his ability to accomplish all that

Seahawks vs. Falcons a much tastier matchup than it was at first glance | The Seattle Times

With 12 games remaining, here’s how the Hawks’ schedule stacks up from great games to not-so-great games.

Stats don't lie: Where Seahawks are excelling, need to improve

John Clayton examines four areas of the Seahawks to measure how they've performed in their first four games and what they'll be looking to improve after their bye week.

Hawk22 WAY, WAY, WAY Early Mock Draft | Hawk22 | Blog and Play By Play Breakdown of the Seattle Seahawks

Hawk22 WAY, WAY, WAY Early Mock Draft

Sunday Night wrap-up: Aaron Rodgers was not his best, and that’s OK | ProFootballTalk

Aaron Rodgers was far from perfect. And in a sense, that's the best news for the Packers. Their former MVP quarterback was not himself, but still led his side to a comfortable 23-16 win over the Giants.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers-Carolina Panthers Betting Angles and Pick - SportsLine.com

Ezekiel Elliott has already done something Tony Dorsett and Emmitt Smith never did - CBSSports.com

Elliott has now rushed for 130-plus yards in three straight games

NFL Week 5 grades: Steelers get an 'A,' offense looks unstoppable - CBSSports.com

Here are the Week 5 grades for every NFL team that played on Sunday

Tom Brady plays like he's out for revenge in debut, even if he won't admit it - CBSSports.com

It's just one game, and plenty of tests are on the way, but Brady's back in a big way

Coleman, Freeman decimate Denver's dominant D - NFL.com

The NFL's top-ranked offense won the much ballyhooed battle versus Von Miller's swarming defense, as the Falcons toppled the Broncos from the ranks of the unbeaten with a 23-16 victory.

What we learned: Bills, Raiders extend hot streaks - NFL.com

Rex Ryan's Bills and Jack Del Rio's Raiders continued their return to relevancy with wins on Sunday. Here's what we've learned so far in Week 5.

Injuries: Steve Smith hurts ankle in Ravens' loss - NFL.com

Baltimore Ravens veteran wide receiver Steve Smith exited Sunday's game after suffering an ankle injury. Smith will not return to the game. Plus, other injuries we're monitoring Week 5.

Packers' offensive line dominates in win over Giants - NFL.com

Aaron Rodgers took his sweet time behind a sturdy offensive line as the Green Bay Packers (3-1) dominated time of possession in a 20-9 victorious slog past the New York Giants (2-2).