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Seahawks-Rams: Five things to watch

Seahawks-Rams: Five things to watch

seattletimes.com Updated Oct 27, 2013
1, THE FIRST QUARTER: The Rams are double-digit underdogs and seemingly reeling with the loss of QB Sam Bradford, and the Seahawks could make this an easy day at the office if they can put the Rams away early. The first quarter has been Seattle’s lowest…
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  • Monday's practice propels Cardinals win

    Monday's practice propels Cardinals win

    ESPN.com Oct 27, 2013
    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- A lot of teams have practiced well during the week but come out flat or slow and lost on Sunday. But not a lot of teams have the type of early-week practice that Cardinals coach Bruce Arians put his team through on Monday. Coming off …
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  • Seahawks hoping for breakout game for Marshawn Lynch against Ra…

    Seahawks hoping for breakout game for Marshawn Lynch against Rams

    seattletimes.com ESPN.com Oct 27, 2013
    Lynch has put up solid rushing numbers again this year, but hasn’t had the kind of big performance that he regularly had last season. He has only rushed for at least 100 yards once this year.
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  • Monday’s Matchup: Seahawks at Rams

    Monday’s Matchup: Seahawks at Rams

    The Seahawks travel to St. Louis for Monday Night Football.
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  • Three things: Rams-Seahawks

    Three things: Rams-Seahawks

    ESPN.com Oct 27, 2013
    EARTH CITY, Mo. – Three things to watch in Monday night’s game between the St. Louis Rams and Seattle Seahawks. To protect and catch: By now, everyone knows that the Rams are without quarterback Sam Bradford for the rest of the season after he suffered …
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  • Sunday links: Looking back, and ahead

    Sunday links: Looking back, and ahead

    seattletimes.com Oct 27, 2013
    A few links to get to this morning as I head for St. Louis. … — Jayson Jenks has a nice read today on how the Seahawks were kept from going to California in 1996-97; — Meanwhile, I took a look at how the NFL’s tie-breaking procedures might impact the NF…
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  • How the Seahawks were saved from California’s clutches

    How the Seahawks were saved from California’s clutches

    seattletimes.com Oct 27, 2013
    This Super Bowl caliber team of 2013 almost wasn’t here. Back in 1996, the Seahawks hit the road for Southern California. If not for billionaire Paul Allen and a desperate effort to save Seattle’s NFL franchise, the Northwest would have been robbed.
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  • Video - Players' Mentality Still The Same 01:01

    Players' Mentality Still The Same

    Oct 27
    Jemele Hill offers her take on how NFL players keep the same mentality when it comes to the risks associated with playing the game.

Sports Columnists

  • Don Banks: Andy Dalton, Bengals show they belong among AFC elite; more Sna…

    Oct 27
    PHILADELPHIA -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight from a Week 8 schedule that was full of spectacular individual performances and didn't turn out to be as non-descript as feared. ...
  • Don Banks: Revolving door at quarterback has Chip Kelly's Eagles in a tail…

    Oct 27
    PHILADELPHIA -- Some day, the Philadelphia Eagles might win another home game. But maybe not this season.
  • Clayton's Last Call: Not featuring the run

    Oct 27
    Running attacks continue to take a backseat, writes John Clayton. Plus, a defining win by the Lions, the Patriots' glaring need and more.