'Playbook': Seattle Seahawks vs. Houston Texans - NFL Videos
NFL Media's Brian Baldinger discusses his key to the Seattle Seahawk's success in their Week 4 matchup against the Houston Texans.
Showdown with the Seahawks is why the Texans signed Ed Reed
Sunday's home game against the Seattle Seahawks is why Houston Texans general manager Rick Smith and coach Gary Kubiak signed former Baltimore Ravens nine-time Pro Bowl Super Bowl-winning safety Ed Reed here.
Harvin’s return could be delayed by Seahawks’ success | ProFootballTalk
When Seahawks coach Pete Carroll recently said receiver Percy Harvin has returned to New York for rehab on his hip, some viewed that as a sign that Harvin may not be as ahead of schedule as he hinted early this month, when he suggested that fans keep an eye on Week Seven.
Official Richard Sherman Website
This week is a huge road challenge for us. This will be a great test for our team as we move forward and strive for perfection. The main criticism we’ve been receiving is that we are not the same team on the road. Obviously it’s an incredible advantage for us to have the best fans in all of football, but our mission is to be the same dominant team on the road that we are at home.
Leaning on Marshawn Lynch
With everything the Texans’ defense can, and will, throw at the Seahawks during Sunday’s game in Houston, Marshawn Lynch the blocker might be almost as important as Marshawn Lynch the runner.
Four Matchups To Watch: Seahawks at Texans
A look at the Seahawks’ game against the Texans in Houston on Sunday, including four matchups that could impact the outcome.
Seahawks should roll despite adverse circumstances - 710sports.com
I guess we should be worried about this game in Houston because of injuries that might prevent three starting offensive linemen from playing. Plus we all know that the Seahawks aren't nearly as good on the road as they are at home.
Carroll: Others will 'step up' for banged-up O-line - 710sports.com
The Seahawks will release the injury report for Sunday's game against the Houston Texans later Friday, but head coach Pete Carroll shed some light on what kind of shape the offensive line is in on "The Pete Carroll Show" this morning.
Arizona Cardinals offense shows flashes of potential - ESPN
For 5 minutes, 41 seconds last Sunday, the Arizona Cardinals’ offense looked unbeatable.
Seahawks gameday box | Seahawks Insider - The News Tribune
Seattle and the Houston Texans have met twice, with each team winning on its home field. Houston won the last meeting, 34-7, on Dec. 13, 2009.
Sunday Primer: Week 4 - NFL.com
Terrelle Pryor has made "significant progress" in his concussion recovery, but will he be able to play on Sunday? We look at these and other questions as we prepare for Week 4.
Jim Harbaugh on Colin Kaepernick's motivation source - NFL.com
Colin Kaepernick has a habit of "favoriting" messages from his detractors on Twitter. San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh says that's just fine with him.
C.J. Spiller surprised Buffalo Bills have fastest offense - NFL.com
The Buffalo Bills operate the NFL's fastest offense at 21.4 seconds per play. If you were shocked it wasn't Chip Kelly's Philadelphia Eagles or Peyton Manning's Denver Broncos, don't worry, you aren't alone.
Greg Cosell’s Look Ahead; Robert Griffin III starting to look like his old self | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
Going into this week's game against Oakland, Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III should have more confidence.
Sunday Preview | National Football Post
Greg Gabriel takes a look at Sunday's NFL games
Prisco's Picks - Week 4 - CBSSports.com
CBSSports.com's host of NFL experts provides expert picks, grades and analysis for each game during the season.
Donte Whitner: NFL just wants me to let receivers catch TD passes | ProFootballTalk
For the second week in a row, 49ers safety Donte Whitner is lashing out at the NFL over a penalty he received for a hit to an opposing player. Whitner was called for unnecessary roughness for a hit on Rams wide receiver Chris Givens on Thursday, and on Friday Whitner said that penalty was a ridic...
Chip Kelly, Two Point Conversions, and Failing Unconventionally
“Worldly wisdom teaches that it is better for the reputation to fail conventionally than to succeed unconventionally.” – John M. Keynes. Last Thursday night, Chip Kelly was widely criticized for an unconventional decision that turned out to be unsuccessful. Trailing […]