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NFL: Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Mike Davis “Ran Like Crazy” In Seahawks Win Over Cardinals
Seahawks running back Mike Davis rushed 21 times for a career-high 101 yards and two touchdowns in a 20-17 win over the Arizona Cardinals.

Seahawks Win In Arizona Bittersweet Because Of Injuries To Earl Thomas, Will Dissly
Safety Earl Thomas and tight end Will Dissly were carted off the field in Sunday's Seahawks win over the Cardinals.

Pete Carroll Provides Injury Updates On Earl Thomas, Will Dissly Following Win at Cardinals
Seahawks safety Earl Thomas and tight end Will Dissly were each carted off the field during Sunday's 20-17 road win over the Arizona Cardinals.

Rapid Reaction: Seahawks 20, Cardinals 17
Notes, takeaways, and reaction from the Seattle Seahawks' 2018 Week 4 road win against the Arizona Cardinals.

Instant reaction: Seahawks win a battle of two bad teams | Seahawks Draft Blog
Firstly, a win is a win. So while this one was mostly frustrating and about as unenjoyable as a win can be, the Seahawks at least avoided the embarrassment of

Earl Thomas of Seattle Seahawks carted off
Earl Thomas, who held out all offseason in protest of his contract situation, gave the middle finger in what appeared to be the direction of Seattle's sideline as he left with a leg injury that later was revealed to be a fracture.

Thomas breaks leg, sends angry parting message to Seahawks | KOMO
Even as he rode on the cart with a broken left leg, Earl Thomas couldn't put aside his frustration with the Seattle Seahawks. Angry over his contract situation, Thomas had already said he would skip some practices. Unfortunately for the Seahawks, now he won't be in the games, either. The safety was injured in the fourth quarter while defending Arizona's Chad Williams, who caught a tying touchdown pass.

Seahawks' Earl Thomas watched nightmare scenario play out
This was the nightmare scenario for Thomas, one that he and other pending free agents who raise hell after being asked to play out the string of their contracts with no long-term commitment — like Pittsburgh running back Le’Veon Bell, for instance — are terrified of.

Watch: Russell Wilson blocks, makes way for Seahawks TD - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
Running back Mike Davis scores Seattle's first touchdown of the game thanks to a familiar face -- Russell Wilson.

Earl Thomas gets carted off field, appears to give middle finger to Seahawks bench area -
The Seahawks safety does not appear to be on good terms with his team, gets placed on IR with a fractured leg

Bobby Wagner empathizes with fellow Seahawks All-Pro Earl Thomas: “If I was him I’d be pissed off” | The News Tribune
Bobby Wagner emphasizes with fellow Seahawks All-Pro Earl Thomas after Thomas broke his leg following holdout: “If I was him I’d be pissed off.”

Mike Davis on his first career 100-yard rushing day in Seahawks’ win at Arizona | The News Tribune
Running back Mile Davis after he fills in for injured Chris Carson and has his first 100-yard day of his career to lead Seahawks in win at Arizona.

Around The NFL Podcast: Week 4 recap -
A room full of heroes -- Dan Hanzus, Gregg Rosenthal, Chris Wesseling and Marc Sessler -- react to the results of Sunday's Week 4 games.

Big Ben: I'm not 'on the same page with anybody' -
Ben Roethlisberger failed to connect with his top wideouts Antonio Brown and JuJu Smith-Schuster when the offense needed a lift on Sunday night. The QB shouldered the blame.

What we learned from Sunday's Week 4 games -
The Chargers usually find ways to self-sabotage their way out of winnable games but the Bolts pulled out a two-point victory. Here's what else we learned from Sunday's Week 4 games.

Seahawks safety Earl Thomas suffers left leg fracture -
Disaster struck Sunday for Earl Thomas. The Seahawks safety suffered a lower-leg fracture against the Arizona Cardinals and was carted to the locker room with his leg in an air cast.

Dirk Koetter: 'Fire every person' on field in Bucs' loss -
Two straight losses in vastly different fashions have Dirk Koetter ready to blow it up. Surprisingly, the planned path of Tampa Bay destruction starts with a look in the mirror.

Marrone on late touchdown: 'The chart said go for two' -
Deep into the Jacksonville Jaguars' demolition of the New York Jets on Sunday, Jags coach Doug Marrone chose to run up the score. Marrone told reporters, "The chart said go for two."

Frank Reich on failed 4th down: 'I'm not playing to tie' -
Why did Colts coach Frank Reich opt to go for it on fourth down from his own 43-yard line with 34 seconds to go in overtime? Reich explained his decision after the game.

Sunday Night wrap-up: Joe Flacco leads Ravens to impressive road win – ProFootballTalk
Maybe the Ravens should have drafted another quarterback long ago. While Lamar Jackson is still playing a very small role in their offense, his addition appears to have made a big difference in the way the incumbent quarterback's playing.

FMIA Week 4: The NFL at the Quarter Pole and an Overtime-Filled Sunday – ProFootballTalk
A look at the top 10 stories from the first quarter of the NFL season. Plus items on Titans-Eagles, Colts-Texans, Pats-Dolphins, more Week 4