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Nick Patterson |
Published: Tuesday, November 12, 2013, 9:28 a.m.

Tuesday Seahawks links

Welcome to Percy-Harvin-watch week. If you’re already tired of hearing/reading/seeing stories about when the Seahawks receiver will be back, then this is going to be a rough week for you.

And along those lines, we take a look in today’s Herald at the good situation the Seahawks are in with reinforcements—Harvin included—coming soon.

Along similar lines, Tacoma News Tribune columnist Dave Boling says the Seahawks are in control of the NFC.

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

Mike Silver’s always entertaining 32 questions column looks at what coaches and GMs are on the hot seat, and while that obviously has nothing to do with the Seahawks—pretty sure Pete Carroll and John Schneider are safe—Silver does have the Seahawks on top of his rankings.’s Pat Kirwan has also moved the Seahawks to the top of his rankings, and Mike Freeman of gives the Seahawks a good mark for their performance last weekend.

Former NFL coach and current ESPN analyst Herm Edwards ranks NFL cornerbacks, and has Richard Sherman No. 1. It’s an insider piece, so you need a password to read the whole thing, but you can see what he said about Sherman without signing in. looks at the top throws of the week, and has Russell Wilson’s touchdown pass to Jermaine Kearse on the list.

Seattle Times columnist Larry Stone looks at how the NFL’s popularity seems bulletproof despite everything from head trauma to a star player on trial for murder to the latest black eye on the sport, the bullying scandal in Miami. puts the spotlight on Percy Harvin.

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