Injury Report: Seattle Looks To Feed Off Bengals With A Healthy LynchLynch, who sat out most of the second half of a win against Chicago two weeks ago and then did not play this past Monday night in a win at home against Detroit, could certainly be used by a Seattle team looking to win its third straight game.
Seattle Hopes To End Cincinnati's Perfect 2015 StartWhile Seattle struggled out of the gate in its first two contests, the Bengals have been rolling for the most part in being one of only three remaining unbeaten teams in the AFC (New England, Denver).
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Opponent Profile: Seattle Hoping To Give Cincinnati That Losing FeelingThe Bengals, who have been a perennially strong regular-season team and then crashed in the AFC playoffs, have won in a variety of ways this season to hold a firm grip on first place in the AFC North.
Chancellor's Big Play Allows Seattle To Beat Detroit 13-10With one big punch, Kam Chancellor showed his importance to the Seattle Seahawks.
Under Pete Carroll, Seahawks Nearly Perfect In Prime TimeAs part of the program he has built in Seattle, Pete Carroll insists that all games are equal and those with a higher profile carry no extra significance for the team.
Injury Report: Seattle's Lynch And Morgan Look To Overcome Hamstring InjuriesAs the Seattle Seahawks (1-2) and Detroit Lions (0-3) prepare to meet up this coming Monday evening in the Pacific Northwest, it is rather safe to say that both teams feel losing is not an option.
Seahawks May Have Opponents Right Where They Want ThemDespite a slow start out of the gate, the Seahawks are not pushing the panic button anytime soon. In fact, they may have their NFC West Division foes and other teams around the league right where they want them. A 1-2 Seattle team may be far more dangerous than if they came flying out of the gates undefeated heading into October.
Tyler Lockett Nominated For NFL.com Rookie Of The WeekTyler Lockett broke the franchise record f0r kickoff return yardage -- previously held by Leon Washington -- with a 105-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.
Opponent Profile: Seahawks Hoping Lions Remain TameAfter opening the season with NFC West Division foe St. Louis, Seattle (1-2) continues its trip through the NFC North Oct. 5, hosting a winless Detroit (0-3) team that many prognosticators likely had fighting those very same Packers for the division lead as September came to a head.
Team Grades: Seahawks Keep Bears Hungry, Win 26-0After dropping their first two games at home, the Bears journeyed to the Pacific Northwest in search of that elusive first win, but it was Seattle (1-2) that rebounded following a pair of disappointing losses in St. Louis and Green Bay.
Seahawks Shut Out Bears, 26-0Seattle's last shutout was Dec. 15, 2013 at the New York Giants