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https://plus.google.com/108579369128650474498 Ann Marie : One to watch: Russell Wilson vs Cardinals pass rush. http://shwks.com/hf69 #SEAvsAZ
One to watch: Russell Wilson vs Cardinals pass rush. http://shwks.com/hf69

#SEAvsAZ
Five matchups to watch: Seahawks at Cardinals 
The Seahawks are riding a four-game winning streak as they travel to Arizona for Sunday night’s nationally televised game against the NFC West-leading Cardinals, who are 11-3 and have a one-game lead over the defending division champions. 
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https://plus.google.com/103078174763402832644 Niner Nation : Who should I start this week? Alex Smith or Russell Wilson! @ESPNFantasy #FantasyFootball
Who should I start this week? Alex Smith or Russell Wilson! @ESPNFantasy #FantasyFootball
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https://plus.google.com/116209487678240555743 Annie Chang : One to watch: Russell Wilson vs Cardinals pass rush. http://shwks.com/hf69 #SEAvsAZ
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Five matchups to watch: Seahawks at Cardinals 
The Seahawks are riding a four-game winning streak as they travel to Arizona for Sunday night’s nationally televised game against the NFC West-leading Cardinals, who are 11-3 and have a one-game lead over the defending division champions. 
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One to watch: Russell Wilson vs Cardinals pass rush. http://shwks.com/hf69

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Five matchups to watch: Seahawks at Cardinals 
The Seahawks are riding a four-game winning streak as they travel to Arizona for Sunday night’s nationally televised game against the NFC West-leading Cardinals, who are 11-3 and have a one-game lead over the defending division champions. 
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Sitting on this flight to Phoenix brings back memories of my first Seahawks road trip. In all my years as a Seahawks fan, I had never traveled with the team until two years ago. It was the first game of the 2012 season and Russell Wilson's first start in th...

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Hawk Blogger: Echoes

Sitting on this flight to Phoenix brings back memories of my first Seahawks road trip. In all my years as a Seahawks fan, I had never traveled with the team until two years ago. It was the first game of the 2012 season and Russell Wilson's first start in the NFL. He threw his first touchdown ...
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https://plus.google.com/104050911554046173585 Craig Johnson : Russell Wilson 2014 stats: On the road: 105.3 rating 12 TDs 1 INT Against NFC West: 105.0 rating 5 ...
Russell Wilson 2014 stats:

On the road: 105.3 rating 12 TDs 1 INT
Against NFC West: 105.0 rating 5 TDs 1 INT

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Thursday in Hawkville: The numbers behind Russell Wilson’s impressive numbers 
Russell Wilson hasn’t become the quarterback during the Super Bowl era with the most victories in his first three seasons by accident. There are other numbers that add up to his run of success.  
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https://plus.google.com/118058225549786961903 Garret Bratsven : I love this quote that Russell Wilson said! Don't you 12's? GO HAWKS!!
I love this quote that Russell Wilson said!
Don't you 12's?
GO HAWKS!!
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https://plus.google.com/103644424501251696683 J.R. Rafols : The last Bills game in Toronto bhaha glad I got to see the Seahawks (Russell Wilson's rookie year) and...
The last Bills game in Toronto bhaha glad I got to see the Seahawks (Russell Wilson's rookie year) and the Falcons (too bad Julio Jones was injured)...Bills lost both games LOL 
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https://plus.google.com/113868700832983902301 Jackie Warner : New article (2014 NFL Week 15 Recap: Ryan Lindley Takes Out the Rams, Johnny Manziel Big Debate) With...
New article (2014 NFL Week 15 Recap: Ryan Lindley Takes Out the Rams, Johnny Manziel Big Debate) With only two weeks left in the NFL regular season, it is time to put up or shut up. There are a few teams that shut up weeks ago. Those teams only have to worry about their draft position in the next couple of weeks.
has been published on Movie TV Tech Geeks #DallasCowboys, #JohnnyManziel, #MiamiDolphins, #NewEnglandPatriots, #NFL, #NFLRecap, #RyanLindley With only two weeks left in the NFL regular season, it is time to put up or shut up. There are a few teams that shut up weeks ago. Those teams only have to worry about their draft position in the next couple of weeks. No playoff run is in store for teams like the Raiders, Jets, or Jags. For the teams that are left in the hunt, things are going to get messy as some teams are limping to the finish line and others are peaking.

This past week saw Arizona beat a good Rams team 12-6 and they had to do it with third string QB Ryan Lindley. I couldn’t tell you the first thing about Lindley, except that his initials are J.L. This was not a sexy game offensively, but featured two very good defenses. Arizona needs to win next week over Seattle to stay in line for home field advantage in the NFC side of things. I wouldn’t put much money on that, given the QB match up in that game.

Atlanta just couldn’t hold on to the NFC South lead for long. They lost to the Steelers and are now third in their division, trailing the Panthers and the Saints. The Steelers got out to a good lead only to see the Falcons come back on them the same way they did versus the Packers a couple weeks ago. The final was 27-20 with Atlanta just not having enough firepower on offense to win the must have games. Their defense was even OK in this game, but to no avail.

The Patriots will win their division once again this year. That is no shocker of course. They trounced Miami 41-13 and brought the Dolphins back to the reality of the situation……the Pats own them when it counts. New England only needs to win their final two games versus Buffalo and the Jets to secure home field advantage throughout the AFC post season. That seems like a gimme, but Rex Ryan would like nothing better than to wreck those plans on his way out of New York. Buffalo could give them a game as well.

Here’s the deal with Houston. They are a decent team with the best defensive player in the NFL and they are just not good enough to beat the upper echelon of teams. The Colts got them again. This time the final was 17-10 in a lower scoring game that was better suited to the Texans. They have to draft a quarterback this year, but are unlikely to get a franchise guy as they have a .500 record which equals a mid round pick. The Colts are a dangerous team right now and could knock off any of the big boys in the AFC on the right day.

Johnny Manziel fans got their wish as the former A&M star got the start for the Browns this past week. The Browns made the desperate move in hopes of clinging to playoff hopes. However it went much worse than they hoped. It was a train wreck actually. The Bengals defense mocked ole J-Football on their way to a 30-0 beating of Cleveland. Does this mean the kid is no good? That will be the theme for ESPN talking heads this week I am sure. But it was one game. He will have to be evaluated over a long stretch of games to know if he has the goods. Hoyer did a nice job for the team, but it sounds like he will not be leaned on any longer after this season.

The Buffalo and Green Bay contest proved the old cliché that any given Sunday any team can win a game. The Pack has looked dominant for several weeks in a row and should have taken care of Buffalo easily. But that is why they bother to play the games I guess. Aaron Rodgers had his worst game ever as a Packer. Mr. Discount Doublecheck was 17 of 42. I don’t know if he had a late night with Olivia Munn, which led to his dismal performance or not. If so, I’m sure it was worth it.

The Panthers beat the Bucs 19-17 with Derek Anderson filling in for Cam Newton. Anderson had a good game for a backup, throwing for 277 yards and a touchdown. Newton was out after surviving a nasty car wreck last week. Newton said he was “lucky to be alive, and he must be on God’s fantasy team.” I’m sure the big Man was looking out for the son of a preacher man, but I am positive Newton was not on anyone’s fantasy team.

Denver beat the Chargers 22-10 by once again leaning on the running attack. The Chargers are just not going to be a factor at the end. Same old story for San Diego fans. Hot start. Cold finish. It seems like Manning’s slight struggles of late would hinder Denver’s chances in the post season. That’s logical, but maybe the new found running game will only make them more well rounded.

Detroit kept pace with the best in the NFC with a win over Minnesota 16-14. The Lions were down 14-0, then rallied to score 16 unanswered points against a Vikings team with few answers without Adrian Peterson. Detroit has quietly been near the top of the NFL all year. They have not received much attention despite being just one game away from home field advantage in the playoffs. That is not out of the realm of possibilities just yet.

Seattle took care of business against San Francisco for the second time in three weeks. It was 17-10 this time around. Seattle has been methodical in their march back to the top of the NFC. Russell Wilson could be the MVP. I don’t think their is another player who has meant more to his team, not even Aaron Rodgers who has the best stats of any QB.

Dallas got back at Philadelphia 38-27 after the Eagles clipped the Boys on Thanksgiving. Dallas suffered a big injury despite the victory. Their war horse, DeMarco Murray injured his left hand and needed surgery to repair it. It is possible that the NFL’s leading rusher could make it back as soon as this week to play against the Colts. The Eagles relinquished control of the division with this loss.

The Saints carved up the Bears 31-15 in a game that only one crew came to play. Chicago is just ready to get this thing over with and move on to vacation mode. The Saints are now in control of their division after Atlanta’s loss to Pittsburgh. New Orleans has a chance to win their division as their destiny is in their own hands now.
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https://plus.google.com/117369704557199340249 Shanka Cheryl : New article (2014 NFL Week 15 Recap: Ryan Lindley Takes Out the Rams, Johnny Manziel Big Debate) With...
New article (2014 NFL Week 15 Recap: Ryan Lindley Takes Out the Rams, Johnny Manziel Big Debate) With only two weeks left in the NFL regular season, it is time to put up or shut up. There are a few teams that shut up weeks ago. Those teams only have to worry about their draft position in the next couple of weeks.
has been published on Movie TV Tech Geeks #DallasCowboys, #JohnnyManziel, #MiamiDolphins, #NewEnglandPatriots, #NFL, #NFLRecap, #RyanLindley With only two weeks left in the NFL regular season, it is time to put up or shut up. There are a few teams that shut up weeks ago. Those teams only have to worry about their draft position in the next couple of weeks. No playoff run is in store for teams like the Raiders, Jets, or Jags. For the teams that are left in the hunt, things are going to get messy as some teams are limping to the finish line and others are peaking.

This past week saw Arizona beat a good Rams team 12-6 and they had to do it with third string QB Ryan Lindley. I couldn’t tell you the first thing about Lindley, except that his initials are J.L. This was not a sexy game offensively, but featured two very good defenses. Arizona needs to win next week over Seattle to stay in line for home field advantage in the NFC side of things. I wouldn’t put much money on that, given the QB match up in that game.

Atlanta just couldn’t hold on to the NFC South lead for long. They lost to the Steelers and are now third in their division, trailing the Panthers and the Saints. The Steelers got out to a good lead only to see the Falcons come back on them the same way they did versus the Packers a couple weeks ago. The final was 27-20 with Atlanta just not having enough firepower on offense to win the must have games. Their defense was even OK in this game, but to no avail.

The Patriots will win their division once again this year. That is no shocker of course. They trounced Miami 41-13 and brought the Dolphins back to the reality of the situation……the Pats own them when it counts. New England only needs to win their final two games versus Buffalo and the Jets to secure home field advantage throughout the AFC post season. That seems like a gimme, but Rex Ryan would like nothing better than to wreck those plans on his way out of New York. Buffalo could give them a game as well.

Here’s the deal with Houston. They are a decent team with the best defensive player in the NFL and they are just not good enough to beat the upper echelon of teams. The Colts got them again. This time the final was 17-10 in a lower scoring game that was better suited to the Texans. They have to draft a quarterback this year, but are unlikely to get a franchise guy as they have a .500 record which equals a mid round pick. The Colts are a dangerous team right now and could knock off any of the big boys in the AFC on the right day.

Johnny Manziel fans got their wish as the former A&M star got the start for the Browns this past week. The Browns made the desperate move in hopes of clinging to playoff hopes. However it went much worse than they hoped. It was a train wreck actually. The Bengals defense mocked ole J-Football on their way to a 30-0 beating of Cleveland. Does this mean the kid is no good? That will be the theme for ESPN talking heads this week I am sure. But it was one game. He will have to be evaluated over a long stretch of games to know if he has the goods. Hoyer did a nice job for the team, but it sounds like he will not be leaned on any longer after this season.

The Buffalo and Green Bay contest proved the old cliché that any given Sunday any team can win a game. The Pack has looked dominant for several weeks in a row and should have taken care of Buffalo easily. But that is why they bother to play the games I guess. Aaron Rodgers had his worst game ever as a Packer. Mr. Discount Doublecheck was 17 of 42. I don’t know if he had a late night with Olivia Munn, which led to his dismal performance or not. If so, I’m sure it was worth it.

The Panthers beat the Bucs 19-17 with Derek Anderson filling in for Cam Newton. Anderson had a good game for a backup, throwing for 277 yards and a touchdown. Newton was out after surviving a nasty car wreck last week. Newton said he was “lucky to be alive, and he must be on God’s fantasy team.” I’m sure the big Man was looking out for the son of a preacher man, but I am positive Newton was not on anyone’s fantasy team.

Denver beat the Chargers 22-10 by once again leaning on the running attack. The Chargers are just not going to be a factor at the end. Same old story for San Diego fans. Hot start. Cold finish. It seems like Manning’s slight struggles of late would hinder Denver’s chances in the post season. That’s logical, but maybe the new found running game will only make them more well rounded.

Detroit kept pace with the best in the NFC with a win over Minnesota 16-14. The Lions were down 14-0, then rallied to score 16 unanswered points against a Vikings team with few answers without Adrian Peterson. Detroit has quietly been near the top of the NFL all year. They have not received much attention despite being just one game away from home field advantage in the playoffs. That is not out of the realm of possibilities just yet.

Seattle took care of business against San Francisco for the second time in three weeks. It was 17-10 this time around. Seattle has been methodical in their march back to the top of the NFC. Russell Wilson could be the MVP. I don’t think their is another player who has meant more to his team, not even Aaron Rodgers who has the best stats of any QB.

Dallas got back at Philadelphia 38-27 after the Eagles clipped the Boys on Thanksgiving. Dallas suffered a big injury despite the victory. Their war horse, DeMarco Murray injured his left hand and needed surgery to repair it. It is possible that the NFL’s leading rusher could make it back as soon as this week to play against the Colts. The Eagles relinquished control of the division with this loss.

The Saints carved up the Bears 31-15 in a game that only one crew came to play. Chicago is just ready to get this thing over with and move on to vacation mode. The Saints are now in control of their division after Atlanta’s loss to Pittsburgh. New Orleans has a chance to win their division as their destiny is in their own hands now.
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New article (2014 NFL Week 15 Recap: Ryan Lindley Takes Out the Rams, Johnny Manziel Big Debate) With only two weeks left in the NFL regular season, it is time to put up or shut up. There are a few teams that shut up weeks ago. Those teams only have to worry about their draft position in the next couple of weeks.
has been published on Movie TV Tech Geeks #DallasCowboys, #JohnnyManziel, #MiamiDolphins, #NewEnglandPatriots, #NFL, #NFLRecap, #RyanLindley With only two weeks left in the NFL regular season, it is time to put up or shut up. There are a few teams that shut up weeks ago. Those teams only have to worry about their draft position in the next couple of weeks. No playoff run is in store for teams like the Raiders, Jets, or Jags. For the teams that are left in the hunt, things are going to get messy as some teams are limping to the finish line and others are peaking.

This past week saw Arizona beat a good Rams team 12-6 and they had to do it with third string QB Ryan Lindley. I couldn’t tell you the first thing about Lindley, except that his initials are J.L. This was not a sexy game offensively, but featured two very good defenses. Arizona needs to win next week over Seattle to stay in line for home field advantage in the NFC side of things. I wouldn’t put much money on that, given the QB match up in that game.

Atlanta just couldn’t hold on to the NFC South lead for long. They lost to the Steelers and are now third in their division, trailing the Panthers and the Saints. The Steelers got out to a good lead only to see the Falcons come back on them the same way they did versus the Packers a couple weeks ago. The final was 27-20 with Atlanta just not having enough firepower on offense to win the must have games. Their defense was even OK in this game, but to no avail.

The Patriots will win their division once again this year. That is no shocker of course. They trounced Miami 41-13 and brought the Dolphins back to the reality of the situation……the Pats own them when it counts. New England only needs to win their final two games versus Buffalo and the Jets to secure home field advantage throughout the AFC post season. That seems like a gimme, but Rex Ryan would like nothing better than to wreck those plans on his way out of New York. Buffalo could give them a game as well.

Here’s the deal with Houston. They are a decent team with the best defensive player in the NFL and they are just not good enough to beat the upper echelon of teams. The Colts got them again. This time the final was 17-10 in a lower scoring game that was better suited to the Texans. They have to draft a quarterback this year, but are unlikely to get a franchise guy as they have a .500 record which equals a mid round pick. The Colts are a dangerous team right now and could knock off any of the big boys in the AFC on the right day.

Johnny Manziel fans got their wish as the former A&M star got the start for the Browns this past week. The Browns made the desperate move in hopes of clinging to playoff hopes. However it went much worse than they hoped. It was a train wreck actually. The Bengals defense mocked ole J-Football on their way to a 30-0 beating of Cleveland. Does this mean the kid is no good? That will be the theme for ESPN talking heads this week I am sure. But it was one game. He will have to be evaluated over a long stretch of games to know if he has the goods. Hoyer did a nice job for the team, but it sounds like he will not be leaned on any longer after this season.

The Buffalo and Green Bay contest proved the old cliché that any given Sunday any team can win a game. The Pack has looked dominant for several weeks in a row and should have taken care of Buffalo easily. But that is why they bother to play the games I guess. Aaron Rodgers had his worst game ever as a Packer. Mr. Discount Doublecheck was 17 of 42. I don’t know if he had a late night with Olivia Munn, which led to his dismal performance or not. If so, I’m sure it was worth it.

The Panthers beat the Bucs 19-17 with Derek Anderson filling in for Cam Newton. Anderson had a good game for a backup, throwing for 277 yards and a touchdown. Newton was out after surviving a nasty car wreck last week. Newton said he was “lucky to be alive, and he must be on God’s fantasy team.” I’m sure the big Man was looking out for the son of a preacher man, but I am positive Newton was not on anyone’s fantasy team.

Denver beat the Chargers 22-10 by once again leaning on the running attack. The Chargers are just not going to be a factor at the end. Same old story for San Diego fans. Hot start. Cold finish. It seems like Manning’s slight struggles of late would hinder Denver’s chances in the post season. That’s logical, but maybe the new found running game will only make them more well rounded.

Detroit kept pace with the best in the NFC with a win over Minnesota 16-14. The Lions were down 14-0, then rallied to score 16 unanswered points against a Vikings team with few answers without Adrian Peterson. Detroit has quietly been near the top of the NFL all year. They have not received much attention despite being just one game away from home field advantage in the playoffs. That is not out of the realm of possibilities just yet.

Seattle took care of business against San Francisco for the second time in three weeks. It was 17-10 this time around. Seattle has been methodical in their march back to the top of the NFC. Russell Wilson could be the MVP. I don’t think their is another player who has meant more to his team, not even Aaron Rodgers who has the best stats of any QB.

Dallas got back at Philadelphia 38-27 after the Eagles clipped the Boys on Thanksgiving. Dallas suffered a big injury despite the victory. Their war horse, DeMarco Murray injured his left hand and needed surgery to repair it. It is possible that the NFL’s leading rusher could make it back as soon as this week to play against the Colts. The Eagles relinquished control of the division with this loss.

The Saints carved up the Bears 31-15 in a game that only one crew came to play. Chicago is just ready to get this thing over with and move on to vacation mode. The Saints are now in control of their division after Atlanta’s loss to Pittsburgh. New Orleans has a chance to win their division as their destiny is in their own hands now.
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Wohooo Next Player signed!!! Cliff Avril agreed to a four year contract :)
GO HAWKS :)
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The Seattle Seahawks defense has emerged down the stretch this season as the most dominant force in football. Again. They are making sure that they keep their group together.

Just one day after signing linebacker K.J. Wright to a multi-year deal, the Seahawks agreed to a four-year, $28.5 million contract with defensive end Cliff Avril. $16 million is guaranteed.

Avril would have been our choice as Super Bowl MVP last season, but this news does come as a bit of a surprise. Avril has only 4.5 sacks this season, although that number is deceiving. ProFootballFocus charts 38 quarterback hurries for Avril, and 9 quarterback hits. He's ranked as their seventh best pass rusher at defensive end, just behind teammate Michael Bennett. Avril and Bennett both arrived as free agent bargains in 2013 and have been re-signed at larger prices.

Only 28 years old, Avril provides a quality veteran pass rushing option along with Bennett. The Seahawks can look for a pass rusher of the future in the draft with the knowledge that their starting lineup is essentially set for the next few years. Pete Carroll has made it clear that he's going to spend to keep his defense together, while hoping to develop the offense along the way.

It's incredible to look at the Seahawks defenders that are now signed long-term. Carroll and general manager John Schneider have inked long-term deals with Wright, Avril, Bennett, Richard Sherman, Kam Chancellor, and Earl Thomas. This championship group is not going anywhere.

Next on Seattle's list, of course, will be quarterback Russell Wilson. Linebacker Bobby Wagner's rookie contract is also up at the end of the 2015 season. The Seahawks have shown they will take care of their guys, so we'd expect Wilson and Wagner to get new deals next year.
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https://plus.google.com/109447675692944780548 Kurdt Cobain : I love this quote that Russell Wilson said! Don't you 12's? GO HAWKS!!
I love this quote that Russell Wilson said!
Don't you 12's?
GO HAWKS!!
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https://plus.google.com/117331789583282863114 Shauna Ballestrino : Russell Wilson 2014 stats: On the road: 105.3 rating 12 TDs 1 INT Against NFC West: 105.0 rating 5 ...
Russell Wilson 2014 stats:

On the road: 105.3 rating 12 TDs 1 INT
Against NFC West: 105.0 rating 5 TDs 1 INT

http://shwks.com/bjju #SEAvsAZ
Thursday in Hawkville: The numbers behind Russell Wilson’s impressive numbers 
Russell Wilson hasn’t become the quarterback during the Super Bowl era with the most victories in his first three seasons by accident. There are other numbers that add up to his run of success.  
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Russell Wilson 2014 stats:

On the road: 105.3 rating 12 TDs 1 INT
Against NFC West: 105.0 rating 5 TDs 1 INT

http://shwks.com/bjju #SEAvsAZ
Thursday in Hawkville: The numbers behind Russell Wilson’s impressive numbers 
Russell Wilson hasn’t become the quarterback during the Super Bowl era with the most victories in his first three seasons by accident. There are other numbers that add up to his run of success.  
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https://plus.google.com/101677591861996737771 Derrick Carneal : Russell Wilson 2014 stats: On the road: 105.3 rating 12 TDs 1 INT Against NFC West: 105.0 rating 5 ...
Russell Wilson 2014 stats:

On the road: 105.3 rating 12 TDs 1 INT
Against NFC West: 105.0 rating 5 TDs 1 INT

http://shwks.com/bjju #SEAvsAZ
Thursday in Hawkville: The numbers behind Russell Wilson’s impressive numbers 
Russell Wilson hasn’t become the quarterback during the Super Bowl era with the most victories in his first three seasons by accident. There are other numbers that add up to his run of success.  
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