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Century Links 11/14: Seattle Makes a Statement with Win over New England, and other Seahawks News


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Seahawks get revenge on Patriots with goal-line stand
Seattle turns tables on New England by holding firm in final minute.

Healthy Russell Wilson leads Seattle Seahawks past Patriots - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
It's time to believe that Russell Wilson is back as he and the Seahawks turned in their best performance of the season in defeating the Patriots.

Seahawks, Broncos, Cowboys get potentially defining wins
No better examples can be found than the way Seattle, Dallas and Denver won on Sunday. Most impressive was the Seahawks' 31-24 win at Foxborough, a place visitors rarely leave with smiles on their faces. The Seahawks often come on in the second half of the schedule, and the way they punished the

Seahawks get help around NFC, assured of holding No. 2 playoff spot after the weekend | The Seattle Times
The Seahawks are assured of having the No. 2 seed in the NFC playoffs after this weekend's games no matter what happens against New England Sunday night.

Russell Wilson's improving health means more read option from Seahawks -
Seattle's star quarterback is not yet 100 percent, but he's getting there

Instant reaction: Seahawks beat Patriots | Seahawks Draft Blog
What a beautiful victory. This was a game that had absolutely everything -- including the right score at the end. The Seahawks thoroughly deserved to win

Seahawks stop Pats with last-second goal-line stand -
Deja vu all over again. This time it was the Seahawks (6-2-1) who stonewalled the Patriots (7-2) at the goal line with seconds remaining to secure a back-and-forth 31-24 victory in New England.

Thirty-six things we learned from Week 10 -
Dak Prescott and the Cowboys pulled out another comeback win in Pittsburgh. Ryan Tannehill had one of the best games of his career in a Miami victory. Here's what we've learned from Week 10.

Bill Belichick confused by Seahawks' two-point call -
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll opted to go for the knockout blow late in the game against the Patriots on Sunday night, but the move nearly backfired. Even Bill Belichick questioned the decision.

Rivers' fourth-quarter interception spree sinks Bolts -
Kiko Alonso returned a Philip Rivers interception for a 60-yard touchdown, propelling the Miami Dolphins a 31-24 victory over the San Diego Chargers in Week 10. Here's what we learned.

Elliott's late score sends Cowboys past Steelers -
Ezekiel Elliott scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter, including a last-second scamper, to propel the Dallas Cowboys past the Pittsburgh Steelers in a Week 10 thriller, 35-30.

Sunday Night wrap-up: Russell Wilson sure looks healthy again | ProFootballTalk
Russell Wilson is apparently, finally well. Tom Brady might not be completely well after this game, but he was still pretty good. The Seahawks star quarterback out-dueled the Patriots star quarterback, as Seattle went on the road and took a 31-24 win after some last-minute drama.

Struggling Vikings have a silver lining in Stefon Diggs | ProFootballTalk
Yes, the Vikings have had a special season dissolve into an effort to scratch and claw their path to the postseason. But they have one very special player, who has done everything he can the last to weeks to will the team to a win.

Cardinals let off the gas, survive 49ers on late field goal | ProFootballTalk
Chandler Catanzaro's third field goal of the day provided the winning points on the final play as the Cardinals survived the 49ers Sunday, 23-20. Colin Kaepernick's touchdown run tied the game with 1:55 left. The Cardinals then drove 69 yards in 12 plays to set up the winning kick, a 34-yarder.