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Nick Patterson |
Published: Monday, November 11, 2013, 8:55 a.m.

Monday Seahawks links

Lots to read about following the most impressive Seahawks victory of the season, so let’s get to it. . .

From the blog yesterday, here are my thoughts on the game. Also, from Sunday’s Herald, and worth revisiting after seeing the Falcons look so bad, how Atlanta could be a cautionary tale for the Seahawks if Seattle doesn’t play its cards right.

Fox did a sit-down interview with Seattle’s secondary, part of which you might have seen on the TV broadcast. If you missed it, or just want to see more, here’s the full interview:

Speaking of videos involving Seahawks defensive backs, if you missed it over the weekend, be sure to check out Earl Thomas giving “free safety advice” on the streets of Seattle. Silly, but good for a laugh.

Danny O’Neil of 710 ESPN Seattle has his game in review here.

You can catch all the coverage from the Tacoma News Tribune here, and from the Seattle Times here. says the Seahawks put together their best all-around effort of the season.

Along similar lines, ESPN’s Terry Blount writes that the dominant Seahawks finally showed up. takes a look around the league, and says Seattle and New Orleans are the class of the NFC, if not the entire NFL.

Peter King has his look around the league in his Monday Morning Quarterback column, which includes a couple different Seahawks mentions. Be warned, however, that if you’re a dog lover, one section of this will be a little tough to get through, as the Kings had to put down their dog, Bailey, last week.

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