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Nick Patterson | npatterson@heraldnet.com
Published: Tuesday, November 19, 2013, 12:41 p.m.

Tuesday Seahawks links

First, a quick programming note: the Seahawks are off all week, and I’m taking a little time off too, so barring some unexpected news, this space will be pretty quiet between now and when the Seahawks return to action next week.

Now, onto the links. . .

In today’s Herald, we take a look at the Seahawks heading into their bye, and also have an injury update on Brandon Browner.

Mike Silver of NFL.com says the Seahawks are going into their bye in the NFC driver’s seat. Silver also has the Seahawks on top of his rankings in that same column.

ESPN.com, meanwhile, has the Seahawks at No. 2 in their power rankings.

The New York Times has a profile on former Seahawk and Bronco John Moffitt, who decided to walk away from the game.

Danny O’Neil of 710 ESPN Seattle has three things we learned and three things we’re still trying to figure out after Sunday’s win. Also at MyNorthwest.com, Dave Wyman looks at Percy Harvin’s effect on the game.

Seahawks.com puts the focus on Seattle’s offensive line play.

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