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Century Links 10/14: Seahawks Beat Browns, Improve to 5-1


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Instant reaction: Seahawks beat Browns, move to 5-1 « Seahawks Draft Blog

Down Two Starters, Seahawks Offensive Line “Played Tremendously” In Win at Browns
With Duane Brown and D.J. Fluker inactive due to injury, the Seahawks turned to new talent on the offensive line and asked other veterans to step up their leadership roles in Sunday's eventual 32-28 win over the Browns.

Seahawks Defense Shows Grit In Comeback Win at Browns
The Seahawks faced a 20-6 deficit after giving up three early touchdowns, but then the team's defensive unit settled down and made big play after big play to help Seattle secure a 32-28 victory in Cleveland.

What The Seahawks Said Following Their 32-28 Win Against The Browns
Postgame quotes and locker room reaction from the Seahawks' 32-28 road win over the Cleveland Browns.

What The Browns Said Following Their 32-28 Loss To Seattle
Postgame quotes from the Cleveland Browns following their Week 6 loss to the Seattle Seahawks.

Seahawks at Browns final score, takeaways: Seattle hangs on to beat Cleveland in back-and-forth game -
Russell Wilson did Russell Wilson things to lead his team to another big win

Seahawks didn't beat themselves, which was enough vs Browns
The Seahawks let the Browns shoot themselves in the foot, and Russell Wilson did the rest as Seattle worked its way back from a 16-point deficit to win.

2019 Week 6 Rapid Reaction: Seahawks 32, Browns 28
Notes, takeaways, and reaction to the Seattle Seahawks road game against the Cleveland Browns in Week 6 of the 2019 NFL season.

“Unwavering belief” links today’s Seahawks to 2013 edition – ProFootballTalk
Last year, after the Seahawks beat the Lions in Detroit, Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson told PFT that it felt like 2012 all over again for a team that most had overlooked. This year, after the Seahawks beat the Browns in Cleveland, I asked him if it feels like 2013.

ATN Podcast: 2019 Week 6 recap from London -
Dan Hanzus, Chris Wesseling, Gregg Rosenthal and Marc Sessler recap Sunday's Week 6 games, including the Panthers' win over the Bucs in London and the Jets upsetting the Cowboys.

Jerry Jones: Cowboys 'are not' one of NFL's top teams -
For Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, Dallas' quick fall from conference darlings to the middle of the pack is upsetting, but not necessarily a sign of things to come.

Titans bench Marcus Mariota for Ryan Tannehill -
The Tennessee Titans have swapped out quarterbacks in the second half of Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos. Marcus Mariota has been replaced with Ryan Tannehill in the third quarter.

What to watch for in Lions-Packers on 'MNF' -
Aaron Rodgers and the Packers (4-1) will host Matthew Stafford and the Lions (2-1-1) with first place in the north for the taking as Monday Night Football kicks off at 8:15 p.m. ET from Lambeau Field on ESPN.

Arians' message to Jameis: Don't try to be Superman -
Following a disastrous day in which Jameis Winston threw five interceptions and had a lost fumble, Bucs coach Bruce Arians had a simple message: "Throw the damn ball away."

Dolphins bench Josh Rosen for Fitzpatrick vs. Redskins -
Losing 17-3 to the Redskins in the fourth quarter Sunday, Miami benched starting QB Josh Rosen in favor of veteran signal-caller Ryan Fitzpatrick.

Notable injuries from Sunday's Week 6 NFL games -
Cowboys wideout Amari Cooper (quad) was ruled out vs. the Jets. Plus other injuries we're monitoring around the league on this Week 6 Sunday.

What we learned from Sunday's Week 6 NFL games -
Week 6 got off to an early start with the Panthers and Buccaneers squaring off for a morning NFC South showdown in London. Here's what we learned from that and the rest of Sunday's matchups.

Kyle Allen keeps doing what Kyle Allen needs to do – ProFootballTalk
Panthers coach Ron Rivera isn't going to answer the Cam Newton questions until Newton is well, and there's no indication that's imminent. For now, he's willing to live in the moment, and enjoy the continued efficient play he's getting from backup Kyle Allen, and the Panthers are all on the same p...

FMIA Week 6: It’s a New World at Quarterback and Other NFL Truths – ProFootballTalk
Peter King's Football Morning in America column begins with Devlin Hodges and all the young quarterback success in the NFL lately.

Steelers think Devlin Hodges looks familiar – ProFootballTalk
The Steelers are already two steps removed from Ben Roethlisberger being their starting quarterback. Yet they still see some similarities. At least on one play, and perhaps thematically. Via Brooke Pryor of ESPN.