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Seahawks return to scene of greatest victory | The Seattle Times
Seattle will be back at MetLife Stadium for the first time since winning the Super Bowl in February 2014, but they have only 18 of the same players to face the New York Jets, who have a dominating defensive line.

New York Jets' season could go 'Boom' with loss to Seahawks - AFC East- ESPN
Another poor performance by Ryan Fitzpatrick, who faces the stingy Seahawks' defense, could spell doom for the Jets, who are reeling at 1-2.

New York Jets vs. Seattle Seahawks: NFL picks, predictions for Week 4 | NJ.com

Seahawks still waiting to see how running game unfolds post-Lynch | The Seattle Times
The scheme the Seahawks laid out after Marshawn Lynch retired might not be going exactly as planned as they have had to sign two free-agent backs the past two weeks and are still waiting for a healthy Thomas Rawls to emerge.

5 things Jets must do to beat Seahawks | NJ.com

Jets Face a Simple Test Against Seahawks, Knowing How Hard It Is - The New York Times
In each of the last four seasons, Seattle has yielded the fewest points in the N.F.L. No team this year has been stingier on third down, or given up fewer total yards and first downs.

Seahawks Opponent Q&A: Get To Know The New York Jets | Seattle Seahawks
Jets team reporter and insider Eric Allen offers a closer look at the Seahawks' Week 4 opponent.

Bradley Sowell "Embracing" Starting Left Tackle Job For Seahawks | Seattle Seahawks
Bradley Sowell, an offseason free-agent addition of the Seahawks, has been "playing pretty solid" at left tackle according to head coach Pete Carroll.

Saturday one-liners | ProFootballTalk
Jets coach Todd Bowles provided a Micheal Ray Richardson-style assessment of the team and its quarterback, with far less pizazz: “[Ryan Fitzpatrick] can’t play any worse, and we can’t coach it any worse. There’s nowhere to go but up.

Jason Garrett disappointed by Randy Gregory suspension | ProFootballTalk
When the Cowboys took Randy Gregory late in the second round of last year's NFL draft, many people thought they had gotten a steal, as some draft analysts projected Gregory as a Top 10 pick. But it hasn't worked out that way.

Terrelle Pryor thought he’d be a Patriot in 2015 | ProFootballTalk
Next Sunday, the Patriots travel to Cleveland. When they do, coach Bill Belichick will get a close look at a guy in whom Belichick was very interested a year ago. "I really thought I was going to be a Patriot,'' receiver Terrelle Pryor told Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

Will Khan give Gus Bradley more time? | ProFootballTalk
With Sunday comes the first London game of the year, and the losing coach in the last two such contests ended up being fired. Amid speculation that a Jaguars loss to the Colts will make Gus Bradley the third straight coach to go London-and-done in Week Four, the better bet remains that he'll get mo...

Irsay: Andrew Luck must 'change the way he plays' - NFL.com
Nobody wants to see Andrew Luck injured again, including Jim Irsay. The Colts owner thinks his quarterback should change how aggressively he plays the game and "stay out of the fray."

Giants' Apple doubtful, DRC questionable vs. Vikings - NFL.com
The Giants' secondary is hobbling into Minneapolis. New York will be without two safeties and will likely be missing rookie cornerback Eli Apple for their Monday night matchup with Minnesota.

Patriots add Glenn Gronkowski to practice squad - NFL.com
What's better than one Gronk? Two Gronks, that's what.The Patriots have signed fullback Glenn Gronkowski to their practice squad, per the league transaction wire.

Injury roundup: Patriots to evaluate Garoppolo - NFL.com
The Patriots will evaluate quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo's shoulder this morning before deciding between him and Jacoby Brissett, according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.

Ravens' Justin Forsett benched, West to get the start - NFL.com
The Baltimore Ravens are benching running back Justin Forsett, according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. Terrance West is expected to start against the Raiders.