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Brand new week, gang.

FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | Futures: Arizona State DT Will Sutton
Unusual. Not typical. Uncommon. Extraordinary. These are all meanings of "exceptional."

NFP Sunday Blitz | National Football Post
The rich could be getting richer, as reinforcements are on the way for several of the league’s top teams.

Chris Long ejected for fighting in St. Louis Rams' game -
St. Louis Rams defensive end Chris Long was ejected for throwing a punch in Sunday's loss to the Panthers. Carolina fans let Long know they disapproved of his actions as he exited the field.

Niners cruise past Titans for fourth consecutive victory -
Colin Kaepernick had one of his best games of the season and the 49ers' defense suffocated Jake Locker and the Tennessee Titans in an easy 31-16 win in Nashville. San Francisco is riding a four-game winning streak.

Packers ride Aaron Rodgers to easy win over Browns -
Aaron Rodgers had no problems moving the ball without his two best wide receivers, putting together a typically strong performance in a 31-13 win over the quickly fading Cleveland Browns.

Why the Seahawks will finish 15-1 | - Sports
At times, the Seattle Seahawks couldn't get out of their own way on Thursday night. A penalty cost them a touchdown on special teams, and two Russell Wilson fumbles set up Arizona scores. And still, the Seahawks managed to win on the road by double digits to improve to 6-1 for the first time in franchise history.

McCoy incident shows how Kelly is winning over Eagles locker room
Chip Kelly wanted LeSean McCoy to hit the hole. He told the Eagles running back that as he ran off the field. McCoy didn't like what he heard, yelled back, and said there was no hole to hit.

Seahawks CB Brandon Browner had something to prove at Arizona - ESPN
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner entered the Arizona game Thursday night with a bit of a chip on his shoulder. He was briefly pulled in the first half of the Tennessee game last weekend after giving up big plays early.

Seahawks WR Percy Harvin could return for Week 8 -
“I can't put my hand on a Bible as we speak and say, ‘Yeah, he's going to play next week',” said one source. “But there's certainly a chance.”

Seattle Seahawks reaching pass rushing goals - ESPN
One of the top offseason goals of the Seattle Seahawks was to improve the team's pass rush. Mission accomplished.