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Wilson throws, catches, leads Seahawks past Eagles 26-15 (Nov 20, 2016) | FOX Sports
SEATTLE (AP) Everyone knew Russell Wilson could run and pass.

Thomas Rawls returns to action for Seahawks: ‘I’m going to have to hold down this backfield. No pressure.’ | The Seattle Times
On Sunday against the Eagles, Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls played for the first time since the second game of the season and was able to get in about 40 snaps. Rawls rushed for 57 yards and had 31 receiving yards.

Seattle Seahawks running back C.J. Prosise has shoulder injury
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says rookie running back C.J. Prosise has an injury to his shoulder blade and is "going to be out for a while."

John Schneider's Latest Drafts Setup Seahawks for Extended Run - Hawk Blogger

Week 11: Seattle Seahawks vs Philadelphia Eagles Highlights | Seattle Seahawks
Highlights from the Seahawks' Week 11 game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Seahawks Soar Past Eagles 26-15 | Seattle Seahawks
The Seahawks improved to 7-2-1 on Sunday after defeating the Eagles 26-15 in Week 11.

Rapid Reaction To The Seahawks' 26-15 Win vs Philadelphia Eagles | Seattle Seahawks
Quick notes and key takeaways from the Seahawks' 25-15 Week 11 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.

For Seahawks Offense, Explosive And Turnover-Free Is “How We Want to Look” | Seattle Seahawks
The Seahawks made big plays on offense without committing a turnover for the third straight game.

Pete Carroll Shares Injury Updates From 26-15 Win vs Philadelphia Eagles | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll provides injury updates on C.J. Prosise, Earl Thomas and more following Seattle's 25-16 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.

Russell Wilson To Doug Baldwin: "We Can Switch Jobs If You Want" | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and receiver Doug Baldwin comment on Baldwin's 15-yard touchdown throw to Wilson that came in Seattle's 26-15 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.

Bobby Wagner Again Plays “Lights Out” in Seahawks Win Over Philadelphia | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner continued a great 2016 campaign with 15 more tackles in Sunday's win over Philadelphia.

Seahawks Running Back Thomas Rawls "Brings That Physical Mentality" in Win Over Philadelphia Eagles | Seattle Seahawks
Running back Thomas Rawls was effective in the Seahawks' Week 11 win over the Philadelphia Eagles, his first action since suffering a fibula injury in Week 2.

Not so instant reaction: Seahawks beat Eagles | Seahawks Draft Blog

Sorting the Sunday Pile, Week 11: Seattle's annual second-half surge is right on time -
Seattle is starting to play like it always does during the second half of the season

Wilson's catch highlights Week 11's trending plays -
There were some very intriguing plays Sunday, with perhaps none more interesting than Russell Wilson's touchdown catch. What other quirky plays stood out in Week 11?

Bengals' Giovani Bernard suffers torn ACL in loss -
As if wide receiver A.J. Green's torn hamstring wasn't devastating enough, tailback Giovani Bernard suffered an ACL tear. Bernard will undergo surgery and miss the remainder of the 2016 season.

NFL kickers miss record 12 extra-point attempts Sunday -
Blair Walsh is gone, but the same old problems remain for the Minnesota Vikings -- and evidently, a host of other teams across the NFL. 12 PATs have been missed so far on Sunday -- a new league record.

Rams coach Jeff Fisher makes bad history -
With a 14-10 loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, Los Angeles Rams coach Jeff Fisher tied Tom Landry to become the coach with the most losses in NFL history.

Cousins, Redskins' offense surge past Packers in win -
Kirk Cousins piloted an explosive, big-play offense that tallied six touchdowns as the Washington Redskins (6-3-1) beat the scattered Green Bay Packers (4-6) on Sunday night in Week 11.

Thirty-six things we learned from Week 11 -
Kickers couldn't catch a break, but Sunday wasn't a lost cause for everyone. Tom Brady threw four scores, and Thomas Rawls paced Seattle past the Eagles. Here's what we learned from Week 11.