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Century Links 9/21: Seahawks Beat Patriots, Improve to 2-0

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Russell Wilson, DK Metcalf & Seahawks Passing Game Thrive Against Tough Patriots Defense
Playing one of the NFL’s stingiest pass defense, Russell Wilson, DK Metcalf and the rest of the passing game still made a bunch of big plays.

What the Seahawks Said Following Their 35-30 Win Over The Patriots
Transcripts, interviews and press conferences from the the Seahawks' home opener vs. New England.

What the Patriots Said Following Their 35-30 Loss To The Seahawks
Transcripts, interviews and press conferences from the the Seahawks' home opener vs. New England.

Dramatic Seahawks Win Missing One Key Element, The Fans: “We Missed You So Much”
The Seahawks escaped with a thrilling win on Sunday night, but wish their fans could have been there to celebrate with them.

Seahawks Injury Updates Following Sunday Night’s 35-30 Win Over New England
The Seahawks lost safety Marquise Blair to what Pete Carroll fears could be a significant knee injury.

Instant reaction: Seahawks nearly blow it (but don’t) « Seahawks Draft Blog

Red-hot Russell Wilson tosses five TDs in Seahawks' win - 'Definitely in the zone'
Russell Wilson tied a career high with five touchdown passes on Sunday, giving him nine through two games.

Seahawks stuff Newton on final play, beat Patriots 35-30 | KOMO
Cam Newton was stopped at the 1-yard line on the final play and the Seattle Seahawks held off the New England Patriots 35-30 on Sunday night. Newton led New England 80 yards in the closing moments, trying to spoil the performance of Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson, who matched his career high with five touchdown passes. Newton and the Patriots reached the 1 on a pass to N'Keal Harry with 3 seconds left. On the final play, Newton tried to run power to the left, but was upended by L. J.

Seahawks stop Cam Newton, Patriots on final play to win 35-30
Russell Wilson threw five touchdowns by the Seahawks had to sweat out a 35-30 victory over New England that came down to a final play near the goal line.

Patriots vs. Seahawks highlights: Cam Newton's comeback attempt falls short | RSN
This time, with the ball on the 1-yard line, the Seattle Seahawks got the last laugh.

Needing to punch the ball on a QB keeper in to cap a miraculous comeback, Cam Newton wasn't able to get into the end zone as the Seahawks held on for a thrilling 35-30 win over the Patriots at CenturyLink Field.

In brilliant battle of QBs, Seahawks' Russell Wilson comes out on top
In four head-to-head meetings between Bill Belichick and Pete Carroll, Carroll has now prevailed in three of them, all of them tense and dramatic and filled with bursts of Russell Wilson’s brilliance. Michael Silver reflects on the Seahawks' latest victor

Cam Newton stuffed on Pats' 'best play' to end 35-30 loss
With the game on the line and one yard to go, the Patriots called Cam Newton's number and he was stuffed by Lano Hill and L.J. Collier.

Justin Herbert's impressive debut vs. Chiefs presents looming QB decision for Chargers HC Anthony Lynn
Rookie Justin Herbert was a surprise starter Sunday vs. the Chiefs after Tyrod Taylor couldn't play due to a chest injury. Even though Los Angeles lost, Jim Trotter writes Anthony Lynn has a big decision looming on who to play under center.

Ravens unleash deep backfield in convincing win vs. Texans
The Baltimore Ravens still have the best rushing attack in the NFL. But, this year's deep backfield is taking the pressure off reigning MVP Lamar Jackson, Jeffri Chadiha writes.

Mike McCarthy logs first win with Cowboys after stunning comeback
Mike McCarthy has won in dramatic fashion at AT&T Stadium before. Just never this improbably.

Carson Wentz sure Eagles will 'be OK' despite loss to Rams
After a loss to the Rams dropped the Eagles to 0-2, QB Carson Wentz was insistent his team should not panic. Judy Battista examines Philadelphia's rough start.

Dan Quinn says Falcons know the onside kick rules - ProFootballTalk

FMIA Week 2: Let Russ Cook? Wilson Has Ingredients For First MVP Season - Peter King
Peter King's Football Morning In America column for Week 2 begins with Russell Wilson and the Let Russ Cook idea that has the Seattle QB looking like an MVP

Giants to work out Devonta Freeman - ProFootballTalk

Patrick Mahomes has won a record six straight games when trailing by double digits - ProFootballTalk