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Nick Patterson |
Published: Friday, December 27, 2013, 9:12 a.m.

Friday Seahawks links

Russell Wilson struggled last week, there’s no denying that fact. The big question now is how he’ll bounce back, and as I wrote in today’s Herald, history tells us Wilson should respond well to last weekend’s loss.

From the News Tribune, a look at Rams pass rusher Robert Quinn, who could be trouble for Seattle’s offense.

Danny O’Neil of 710 ESPN Seattle looks at recent playoff history and comes away convinced that momentum isn’t as important as most people think it is.

On his morning radio show, Pete Carroll said DE Red Bryant (knee) and WR Jermaine Kearse (ankle) will both be game-day decisions: "We’ve got a couple of guys that will go up until game time. Red Bryant is a little hobbled here late in the week, we’ll see how he is at game-time, Jermaine Kearse is similar. There’s a chance both those guys will make it, but we won’t know until Sunday."

You can listen to that whole interview here:

Tim Booth of the Associated Press looks at how the Seahawks have changed things in the punting game, and as a result taken opponents’ return game out of play. has its All-Pro teams, and it includes a few Seahawks. Along those same lines,’s Pete Prisco names his Pro Bowl team, and again the Seahawks are well-represented. breaks down the Coach of the Year race, and says Pete Carroll is in the conversation. ranks the NFL’s best defensive nucleuses, and has Seattle No. 1. Last week they ranked offenses, and had Seattle ranked fifth.

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