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Coffee & Cigarettes: Seahawks links for Monday
- Updated: September 16, 2013
Post game notes and links | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
Well, a lot longer night here than anyone anticipated. Also maybe a lot easier win than anyone anticipated as the Seahawks , simply dominated the 49ers 29-3 to make a big, early statement about the NFC West.
Wilson rediscovers his winning touch just in time | Larry Stone | The Seattle Times
Suddenly, he was Russell Wilson again, and just in the nick of time.
Rapid Reaction: Seahawks 29, 49ers 3 – NFC West Blog – ESPN
What it means for the Seahawks: Seattle gets the early upper hand against its NFC West rival in a game between two of the best teams in the NFL on a strange night that included an hour-long weather delay in the first half. It’s only two weeks into the season, but the Seahawks sent a message that they are the team to beat in the NFC.
Rapid Reaction: Seattle Seahawks 29, San Francisco 49ers 3 – ESPN
A few thoughts on the Seattle Seahawks’ 29-3 win over the San Francisco 49ers:
Locker Room Buzz: San Francisco 49ers – NFC West Blog – ESPN
Observed in the locker room after the San Francisco 49ers’ 29-3 loss to the Seattle Seahawks:
Locker Room Buzz: Seattle Seahawks – NFC West Blog – ESPN
Observed in the locker room after the Seattle Seahawks’ 29-3 victory over the San Francisco 49ers Sunday night at CenturyLink Field:
Seahawks thunder past 49ers
On a night that included a 60-minute weather delay, the Seahawks surged to a 29-3 victory over the defending NFC Champion 49ers before a record crowd of 68,338 fans at CenturyLink Field.
Instant reaction: Seahawks destroy Niners « Seahawks Draft Blog
As the game neared it’s conclusion, Al Michaels uttered these eternal words… “A major beatdown. Major.”
Seahawks’ Beatdown of 49ers Shows off Strengths, Smarts of Seattle | Bleacher Report
If there was any lingering doubts about the top of the NFC, the Seattle Seahawks put them to rest on Sunday Night Football. Taking down the San Francisco 49ers 29-3 at home would be impressive almost anyway one slices it…
Sherman: ‘What are the combined scores from the last two games? How much of it is real and how much of it is fabricated? That’s real’ | Seahawks Insider – The News Tribune
Per usual, Richard Sherman had a lot to say postgame Sunday. He had a big game with a pick, a dance and sticky coverage on Anquan Boldin. Sherman showed up to the interview room with his two game balls from the night and displayed them on the podium. Here’s what he had to say:
Extra points: Seahawks rout 49ers 29-3 on Pete Carroll’s birthday – CBSSports.com
Marshawn Lynch scored three touchdowns as Seattle rolled to a 29-3 win over San Francisco on Pete Carroll’s 62nd birthday.
49ers Blog and Q&A: Lightning crashes, so does Kaepernick
The lightning crashed and so did the 49ers’ offense.
Seattle Seahawks humiliate San Francisco at home – NFL.com
The Seattle Seahawks didn’t just beat San Francisco on Sunday night. They humiliated them. Again.
12th Man lifts CenturyLink Field into Guinness World Record book for loudest stadium
The Guinness World Record for crowd noise was set on Sunday night at CenturyLink Field during the Seahawks Week 2 game against the NFC West rival San Francisco 49ers.
Marshawn Lynch leisurely scores a touchdown – SBNation.com
You don’t rush Marshawn Lynch. He rushes you.
49ers vs. Seahawks: 8 Takeaways from Seattle’s 29-3 Win over San Francisco | Bleacher Report
The Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers battled for the lead in the NFC West on Sunday night, and Seattle came out on top. The Seahawks walked away from this game with a dominating 29-3 victory over their rival.
Lynch, defense lead Seahawks past 49ers in 29-3 pounding – 12th Man Rising – A Seattle Seahawks Fan Site – News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Marshawn Lynch scored three touchdowns, Seattle’s defense forced five turnovers, and in front of a CenturyLink Field record crowd of 68,338, the Seahawks beat the San Francisco 49ers, 29-3.
Final: Seahawks 29, 49ers 3 | Seahawks Insider – The News Tribune
The Seattle Seahawks physically manhandled the San Francisco 49ers in a 29-3 victory Sunday evening in front of a record crowd of 68,338 at CenturyLink Field.
‘I’m not sure Kirk Cousins wouldn’t run offense better’ than Robert Griffin III, says Tony Dungy | Audibles – SI.com
Two losses. That’s how long it took the football world to launch into a seemingly inevitable, full-fledged discussion on this question: Should the Redskins replace a rusty Robert Griffin III at quarterback? “I’m not sure Kirk Cousins wouldn’t run this offense better,” NBC’s Tony Dungy said du…
Crown-of-helmet rule creates mixed bag of calls | ProFootballTalk
After 82 games with no issues regarding the new rule preventing forcible contact against an opponent with the crown of the helmet, the new standard came up three times on Sunday.
Rodgers, Rivers, Vick make NFL history | ProFootballTalk
As MDS recently pointed out, the 400-yard passing game is no longer special. It got less special on Sunday. According to the NFL, three quarterbacks threw for more than 400 yards and no interceptions on the same day for the first time in league history.
Detroit Lions self-destruct, fall to Arizona Cardinals – NFL.com
The Detroit Lions self-destructed behind a series of penalties and mistakes in the second half of Sunday’s 25-21 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Could they be without Reggie Bush for next week’s game?
Week 2 injury roundup: Reggie Bush injures knee – NFL.com
Steven Jackson, Ray Rice, Reggie Bush, Larry Fitzgerald, Eddie Lacy, Maurice Jones-Drew, Andre Johnson, and Brandon Weeden were among the big names injured on Sunday.
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Can an NFL team’s focus on player wellbeing through yoga, meditation, diet, and counseling help its football players succeed on and off the field?
NFP Sunday Blitz | National Football Post
The 2014 offseason could be historic with all of the veteran quarterbacks currently scheduled to hit the open market.
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