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Century Links 9/19: Seahawks Looking Forward to Week 3
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MessaggioInviato: Ven Nov 09, 2018 4:12 am    Oggetto:  Century Links 9/19: Seahawks Looking Forward to Week 3
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Five Things We Learned From Pete Carroll On 710 ESPN Seattle After Seahawks' Loss In ChicagoKey takeaways from Seahawks coach Pete Carroll's weekly appearance on the Brock and Salk Show.Seahawks Announce Week Two CenturyLink High School Athlete of the WeekMakenna Thomas of Liberty High School will be recognized at CenturyLink Field during the October 7 game vs. the Los Angeles Rams.Tuesday Round-Up: Media React To Seahawks' Week 2 Loss at BearsLocal and national media react to the Seattle Seahawks' 24-17 loss in Week 2 to the Chicago Bears.Seahawks Defense Plays “Fantastic Game” In Week 2 Loss at BearsDespite dealing with injuries to key personnel at multiple positions
, the Seattle defense performed admirably on Monday night against the Bears.What’s next? | Seahawks Draft BlogIt's already here. The talk of big change in the off-season. The 0-2 start and the manner of the two losses made it inevitable. Many people appreciatePete Carroll says Russell Wilson is 'over-trying' after the Seahawks start 0-2 - CBSSports.comWilson has already been sacked 12 times in two gamesSeattle Seahawks, 0-2, not ready to push the panic button...yet | OregonLive.comThe 24-17 loss to the Chicago Bears Monday night pushes the Seahawks deeper into a hole, with just 11 percent of teams starting 0-2 reaching the playoffs since 2007.Live Blog: Bears-Seahawks on Monday Night Football | NBC Sports ChicagoFollow along as the Bears and Seahawks square off on Monday Night Football.Could Seahawks newcomer Mychal Kendricks do football then prison? - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPNThe former Eagles star, who faces possible prison time for insider trading, was signed by Seattle on Friday and will play on Monday Night Football.Tom Johnson to sign with Minnesota Vikings after Seattle Seahawks releaseDefensive tackle Tom Johnson is set to rejoin the Minnesota Vikings, the team that let him leave as a free agent during the offseason. Johnson was released by the Seattle Seahawks last week.2018 Week 2: Seahawks at Bears HighlightsWatch highlights from the Week 2 matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and the Chicago Bears. The Bears defeated the Seahawks 24-17.Falcons place starting LG Andy Levitre (triceps) on IR - NFL.comAnother week, another devastating injury for the Atlanta Falcons, this time on the offensive side of the ball. Starting left guard Andy Levitre was placed on injured reserve Tuesday with a torn triceps.Pete Carroll: Russell Wilson is 'over-trying a little bit' - NFL.comAfter opening the season 0-2, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll has sine criticism for QB Russell Wilson. Carroll feels the signal-caller is pressing in difficult situations to make the most out of a play.Tomlin confirms Antonio Brown's Monday absence - NFL.comThe drama that began Sunday with Antonio Brown doesn't appear to be slowing. Steelers coach Mike Tomlin confirmed Tuesday that the receiver did not show up at the team's facility for work on Monday.Roundup: Cowboys bringing back WR Brice Butler - NFL.comThe Cowboys are bringing back wide receiver Brice Butler. Butler spent the past three seasons in Dallas before signing in Arizona in the offseason. He was cut by the Cardinals before the season.Patrick Mahomes sizzles in high-flying Week 2 win - NFL.comPatrick Mahomes made it into this space last week, but he was merely an honorable mention. After all
, it's hard to overcome the power of FitzMagic. Week 2, though, belonged to Mahomes.Wilks: Cards to be more creative with David Johnson - NFL.comDavid Johnson entered the season aiming for a 1,000/1,000 rushing and receiving season. At his current pace, he won't meet his goal. Steve Wilks said Monday the team needs to be more creative with the RB.Eli Manning on Giants' struggles: It's not just the O-line - NFL.comNew York Giants quarterback Eli Manning won't put all of the blame on the offensive line for the team's offensive struggles through the first two weeks of the season.Rams place wide receiver Mike Thomas on injured reserve – ProFootballTalkTo create a roster spot for the addition of kicker Sam Ficken on Tuesday, the Los Angeles Rams placed wide receiver Mike Thomas on injured reserve. Thomas injured his groin in the Rams' season opening victory over the Oakland Raiders.Joe Thomas on those who believe Clay Matthews’ hit was a foul: “Please come forward and explain yourself” – ProFootballTalkThe NFL has vigorously defended the roughing the passer call against Clay Matthews for a hit on Kirk Cousins in Sunday's game between the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers.Seahawks on hook to pay Tom Johnson after release to promote safety who didn’t play – ProFootballTalkIn August, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll sung the praises of free agent signing Tom Johnson as he assimilated into Seattle's defense. And yet, Seattle released him on Saturday and watched him decide to re-sign with the Minnesota Vikings for the rest of the season on Tuesday.Josh Rosen will be Cardinals 9th starting QB since Russell Wilson’s 2012 debut I remember a time not so long ago when there were Seahawks fans who were upset that theteam didn’t acquire quarterback Kevin Kolb. Instead, Kolb was dealt to the Arizona Cardinals for a 2012 second round pick and cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. (Holy shit, trade values have changed so much in the last few years alone.) Kolb started nine games for the Cardinals in 2011
, throwing nine touchdowns and eight interceptions while Arizona went 3-6 in those games. The next season, they had four different starting QBs — Kolb, John Skelton, Ryan Lindley, Brian Hoyer — and went 5-11.If only they had kept that second round pick, maybe the Cardinals could have chosen Russell Wilson ahead of Seattle doing so.It was in that 2012 season that the Seahawks started the third round rookie in Week 1, Wilson having beaten out free agent signee Matt Flynn for the job. The Cards started four QBs in 2012, then acquired Carson Palmer, who started 60 games for them in five seasons, but still missed significant time along the way. Arizona has also had to start Drew Stanton and Blaine Gabbert along the way, and when Palmer retired this past offseason
, they signed Sam Bradford as a “reliable” veteran option who could keep the job warm for a year or two. Or so they thought — for some unknown reason given Bradford’s entire career history.Head coach Steve Wilks announced that rookie Josh Rosen will be starting for the Cardinals in Week 4 when Wilson and the Seahawks come to town. Rosen will be the ninth quarterback to start for Arizona since Wilson’s debut at the start of 2012, and he will be the 23rd quarterback in the NFC West — besides Wilson — to make a start over that period of time. That’s a stretch of 99 straight starts for Wilson (not including postseason) as the other three teams undergo constant transition.This data courtesy of Wilson superfan Sam HawkBadger:While it seemed like there would be some sort of stability at the position around the division this year, the Cardinals have already named the rookie backup as the starter while the San Francisco 49ers got the unfortunate news that Jimmy Garoppolo will miss the rest of the season with a torn ACL. That probably means that C.J. Beathard will be the starter in Week 4, keeping the number of 49ers QBs to start since 2012 at six, but Beathard has not played like a guy who can hold the job for long and San Francisco is working out other options.The LA Rams have started eight different quarterbacks since 2012, but are plenty satisfied right now with Jared Goff, the number one overall pick in 2016. Of course, some of these starters overlap with different teams and there are less than 23 human beings on the list: Bradford has started for both the Rams and Cardinals; Gabbert has started for the Cardinals and 49ers; Hoyer has started for the Cardinals and 49ers; Austin Davis only started for the Rams, but I’ll mention that he was Wilson’s backup in 2017.Colin Kaepernick remains a free agent.
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