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Century Links 10/23: Seahawks Beat Giants in NY


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Seattle Seahawks overcome early offensive mistakes to rout Giants - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
It's getting to be a habit: The offense grinds its gears early before finding a rhythm, while the defense hums throughout. So it was again Sunday.

The Seahawks play some ugly football sometimes. And they’re still a Super Bowl contender. - The Washington Post
Seattle slogged its way to a 24-7 win over the Giants on Sunday but remains one of the NFC's top teams.

Seahawks-Giants: Seattle Overcomes Slow Start to Top New York |
The Seahawks offense came to life after halftime against the Giants, but not after a sideline spat involving Doug Baldwin.

The Seahawks Are a Little Dysfunctional. They’re O.K. With That. - The New York Times
Things got heated on Seattle’s sideline during a 24-7 victory over the struggling Giants, but the Seahawks players insist it is not a concern to them.

Rapid Reaction To The Seahawks 24-7 Win at New York Giants | Seattle Seahawks
Quick notes and key takeaways from the Seahawks Week 7 road game against the New York Giants.

Pete Carroll Shares Injury Updates Following Seahawks 24-7 Win Over Giants | Seattle Seahawks
The Seahawks left Sunday's win over the Giants relatively healthy.

Seahawks Are "So Excited" About The Play Of Paul Richardson | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks receiver Paul Richardson continued to build on his strong 2017 campaign during Sunday's 24-7 win over the Giants.

“Passionate” Doug Baldwin Helps Lead Second Half Turnaround For Seahawks Offense | Seattle Seahawks
Doug Baldwin's play, as well as his passion, helped spark a big second half for the Seahawks' offense.

Seahawks Defensive Line "Really, Really Held Up Play After Play" In Win Over Giants | Seattle Seahawks
Seattle's defensive line held a Giants rushing attack that excelled a week ago to just 46 total yards Sunday, also forcing a fourth-quarter turnover to help spark the offense.

NFL Week 7 Grades: Browns get an 'F' for latest failure, Rams get an 'A' in London -
Here are the Week 7 grades for every team that played on Sunday

Sorting the Sunday Pile Week 7: Steelers look like the NFL's most complete team -
Plus the Saints are rolling in the NFC South, the Falcons are in trouble, the Bears are weird and more

Jay Cutler (ribs) will likely miss 'TNF' game vs. Ravens -
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported the Dolphins fear Jay Cutler may have suffered a cracked rib. Pending test results, Cutler will likely miss Miami's Thursday night game against Baltimore.

Thirty-nine takeaways from Sunday's Week 7 games -
The Week 7 games on Sunday had some big wins, including three shutouts. Here are some of our big takeaways.

Chargers hand Broncos first shutout since 1992 -
The Los Angeles Chargers struck quickly for two first-half touchdowns and rode their ferocious defense to a 21-0 shutout win over the punchless Denver Broncos. Here's what we learned.

Le'Veon Bell does heavy lifting as Steelers top Bengals -
The combination of Steelers All-Pro running back Le'Veon Bell and a suffocating defensive effort in the second half produced a 29-14 win over the Bengals. Does Pittsburgh have its swagger back?

Malik Hooker suffers torn MCL, ACL in loss to Jaguars -
Malik Hooker's promising season is over. The Colts rookie safety suffered a torn ACL and MCL in Indianapolis' loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.

T.Y. Hilton on Colts' loss: O-line needs to play better -
Things are taking a turn for the worst in Indianapolis, and the Colts' star wideout isn't helping the morale. T.Y. Hilton wasn't shy when finding a receiver for his passes of blame.

Tom Brady, Patriots roll through fog past Falcons -
The New England Patriots jumped out to a 17-0 lead and cruised from there, easily handling a mistake-prone Atlanta Falcons team in a 23-7 win on Sunday night. Here's what we learned.