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Nick Patterson |
Published: Tuesday, September 17, 2013, 9:47 a.m.

Tuesday Seahawks links

The Seahawks big win over San Francisco may have come with a cost. We know Russell Okung is unlikely to play this week because of a toe injury suffered in the game. The question now is whether he is out for a more significant amount of time.

Greg Cosell provides a nice breakdown of Sunday’s game at Yahoo! Sports.

Danny O’Neil of 710 ESPN Seattle looks at what we learned and what we’re still trying to figure out.

ESPN puts the Seahawks back atop its power rankings, while Pete Prisco of has them second. Rather than rank teams, Mike Freeman of Bleacher Report hands out grades, and gives the Seahawks an A+. He gives this week’s opponent, Jacksonville, a sad face. Seriously.

Art Thiel of SportsPressNW touches on the Okung injury, but also looks into Seattle’s penalty issues. Terry Blount of ESPN also touches on the penalty issue when looking at Seattle’s inability to get going on offense.

Be sure to check out this funny story that former WSU and Arizona Cardinals safety Hamza Abdullah told on Twitter about Kam Chancellor, which the folks at Sports Radio KJR were kind enough to put together in one place for easy reading.

And you of course have seen Richard Sherman dancing with the Sea Gals after his interception Sunday. Well apparently it wasn't his first time dancing with cheerleaders.


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