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Coffee & Cigarettes: Seahawks links for Gameday

Gameday, baby.

Scott Halleran


Week Five: Colts (3-1) vs. Seahawks (4-0) Primer - Stampede Blue
All you need to know to get ready for this Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks (4-0).

NFL coaches on the hot seat: Greg Schiano earns his way onto the list in Week 4 -
Greg Schiano has earned his way onto our weekly watch of NFL coaches on the hot seat.

NFL coaches on the hot seat: Greg Schiano earns his way onto the list in Week 4 -
Greg Schiano has earned his way onto our weekly watch of NFL coaches on the hot seat.

2013 NFL Rookie Watch: Kiko Alonso emerging as rookie of the year candidate -
The numbers are starting to pile up for Bills rookie linebacker Kiko Alonso, and he could be bringing home hardware at the end of the season.

Know the Score, Week 5: Who dat gonna beat dem Saints? -
The Bears try to stop a jazzed-up Saints squad, and the rest of Week Five's action.

What to Watch for in NFL Week 5 | Bleacher Report
The first quarter of the NFL season certainly flew by with a flurry. With a record-breaking month now in the books, we look ahead to some palatable matchups and intriguing storylines throughout the first week of October...

Top Prospect of Week Five: Texas A&M OT Jake Matthews -
Overshadowed by his QB and even fellow offensive linemen throughout much of his career, Matthews' dominant play against Arkansas and their SEC sack-leader Chris Smith erased any doubt scouts had about his ability to remain at left tackle in the NFL.

Don't overlook LT Erving in Florida State QB Winston's ascent -
Anyone watching Florida State's 63-0 win over No. 25 Maryland was wowed by freshman QB Jameis Winston but NFL scouts were also marveling over the upside of 6-foot-6, 320-pound LT Cameron Erving.

Week 5 NFL Viewing Guide: Let's Talk About J.J. Watt and the Universe - The Triangle Blog - Grantland
Line Play Nerdery of the Week J.J. Watt vs. the 49ers, 8:30 p.m. ET So, this is happening. It doesn’t get much better than the NFL’s bes

Report: Raiders have a 'definite interest' in Josh Freeman -
With the Buccaneers releasing quarterback Josh Freeman, one team that might have interest is the Raiders.

Six for Sunday: Unbeatens travel, Peyton's on fire and QBs facing heat -
Will the 4-0 teams finally falter? Can the Dallas defense put pressure on Peyton Manning? Which coaches are in the most trouble? There is much to discuss in a rich week of games.

Early returns on rookie contributions | National Football Post
Tony Villiotti of takes a look at what this year's rookie class has done so far

Offensive line takes another hit | - Sports
Tight end Zach Miller questionable for game against Indianaplois

Keys to the game | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
On the eve of Seattle’s game at Indianapolis, here are five quick keys, in no particular order:

Earl Thomas: Hawks need 'tackling plan' for Luck -
Andrew Luck has made one thing abundantly clear since his time at Stanford: He isn't one to shy away from contact.

Seahawks-Colts will come down to the quarterbacks -
The Seahawks are actually 8-0 if you count the preseason games this year. They have also covered the spread in every game. If you bet $100 on the first game against San Diego and let it ride on every Seahawks' game since, you'd have $25,600.

Reggie Wayne’s production hasn’t waned
When Colts quarterback Andrew Luck needs a big play he looks to Reggie Wayne, which is why the Seahawks’ secondary also will be looking for the productive and proven wide receiver on every play.

Seahawks activate Bruce Irvin; release Stephen Williams
Bruce Irvin didn’t just return from his four-game suspension this week, last year’s first-round draft choice returned ready to play. It will happen in Sunday’s game against the Colts, as Irvin was added to the 53-man roster Saturday.

Four Matchups to Watch: Seahawks at Colts
The Seahawks will attempt to extend the best start in franchise history to 5-0 on Sunday when they meet the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Russell Wilson and Andrew Luck are tough in the clutch - ESPN
If the statistics are to be believed, the quarterback who has the ball last Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium probably will be the one who leads his team to victory.

Richardson Takes Trade as Fuel for Improvement -

Members of Cleveland’s overhauled front office were not the only ones disappointed in Trent Richardson, the running back the Browns chose third over all in last year’s draft, when they dealt him to Indianapolis for what figures to be a late first-round selection in 2014.

Seahawks cut Stephen Williams « Seahawks Draft Blog

Pete Carroll’s search for a quality ‘big guy’ continues. Stephen Williams was a revelation during the pre-season. He’s been anonymous in the first four weeks of the regular season.