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Coffee & Cigarettes: Seahawks links for Gameday

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Gameday, baby.

FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | Futures: Florida State WR Rashad Greene
When it comes to workouts, interviews, and background investigations, I have nothing on the NFL. I’m just like everyone else; I’m waiting to hear the outcomes of whatever the league shares with the public. But after speaking with former and current scouts, I can say with confidence that the NFL has nothing on me when it comes to my process for evaluating on-field performance.

Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin should bounce back - ESPN
Hall of Famer Warren Moon was correct five weeks ago when he warned against expecting too much from Robert Griffin III early in the season. Getting acclimated to the speed of the game after knee surgery and after missing the preseason would be too difficult for Griffin entering his second season. With Griffin and the Washington Redskins visiting Dallas in Week 6 after their bye, Moon is back with additional observations regarding RG III. This time, the outlook appears more encouraging.

Prisco's Picks - Week 6 -'s host of NFL experts provides expert picks, grades and analysis for each game during the season.

Kansas City Chiefs fans aiming for crowd noise record -
After the Seattle Seahawks' 12th Man made history at CenturyLink Field, Kansas City Chiefs fans look to do the same at Arrowhead Stadium. Will they set a world record for crowd noise?

Sunday Primer: Week 6 -
Tom Brady and the Patriots sputtered to their first loss of the season last week. Will they rebound versus Drew Brees and the Saints? Find out everything you need to know for Sunday's games.

Greg Cosell’s Film Review; Andrew Luck’s second touchdown to T.Y. Hilton last week was a big-time play | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
I think Indianapolis quarterback Andrew Luck is going to be terrific. He's light years ahead of the other quarterbacks from last year's draft class, and he has a chance to be an all-timer at that position. Luck was the reason the Colts beat the Seahawks last week.

Five things to watch: Seahawks-Titans | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
Time for our weekly look at five things to watch as the Seahawks take on the Titans Sunday. And as always, in no particular order.

Russell Wilson hints at secrets for staying calm - ESPN
"I find a spot in the stadium," he said. "It's just to bring me back to zero, just to make me relax or whatever. If I ever feel like I'm doing really well or not doing so well, it's like, 'Hey, just play the game, even keel.'"

The curious case of Brandon Coleman « Seahawks Draft Blog
Working out Brandon Coleman might be one of the toughest things we have to do going into the 2014 draft.

Four matchups to watch: Seahawks vs. Titans
The Seahawks return to CenturyLink Field for their only home game this month as they host the Tennessee Titans following their first loss of the season last week to the Colts in Indianapolis.

RENTON: Seahawks’ 1st priority: Improve on third down | Seattle Seahawks | The Bellingham Herald
The Seattle Seahawks’ offense turns from cruising sedan to jalopy on third down. The past two weeks in particular.

Unger expected to start against Titans | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
Center will help shore up dinged up offensive line after missing two games with arm injury.

Seahawks looking to rectify things on defense vs. Titans | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
It was the Seahawks themselves who set the high standard that they know they fell below last Sunday, having won their previous nine regular-season games, allowing no more than 20 points in any of those contests.