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Seahawks ran 10 plays inside the Giants’ 11 yard line and scored 0 points ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
With 22 points per game, the Seahawks are entirely mediocre when it comes to scoring offense. On Sunday, they downgraded all the way to “horrible” after rattling off 10 straight plays inside the Giants’ 11 yard line -- and coming away with zero points. Roughing the passer and defensive pass interference penalties granted Seattle a pair of extra lives as the first quarter morphed into the second, but the Seahawks eight minute, 45 second drive ended fruitlessly when Russell Wilson’s fourth-and-goal pass from the 1 slid through tight end Jimmy Graham’s hands and bounced to the turf. Even head coach Pete Carroll was shocked that the All-Pro tight end he’d paid dearly to acquire would choke on fourth Yahoo! Sun, Oct 22
 
NFL Week 7 Superlatives: Jets' Robby Anderson grabs best seat in the house ( today ) Courtesy of
It’s meant to be a lighthearted look at Sunday’s games, as we highlight best shoes, cutest couple and class bully. Anderson’s 18-yard first-quarter touchdown in Miami wasn’t the longest score of the day, but when you’re working hard in the South Florida heat, sometimes you need to take a rest. After catching Josh McCown’s pass in stride in the back of the end zone, Anderson, a second-year receiver, jumped up and into an empty suite of seats at Hard Rock Stadium. Yahoo! Mon, Oct 23
 
ICYMI in NFL Week 7: 3 shutouts, so few TDs on dud of a day ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
Talk about a clunker of a day around the NFL: There were three shutouts in a span of about 6½ hours, the same number of zeros put up throughout all of last season.With all of the emphasis on offense over the years, with rule changes intended to make it Yahoo! Sun, Oct 22
 
Trump slams NFL protests, says league has ‘no leadership’ ( today ) Courtesy of
President Donald Trump on Monday continued to slam NFL players protesting the national anthem, while criticizing the league’s leadership. “Two dozen NFL players continue to kneel during the National Anthem, showing total disrespect to our Flag & Country. No leadership in NFL!” Trump said in a tweet. According to Sports Illustrated, at least six players on the San Francisco 49ers and one member of the New York Giants kneeled during the “Star Spangled Banner,” while about eight players on the Seattle Seahawks sat during the playing of the anthem on Sunday. Yahoo! Mon, Oct 23
 
Landon Collins: Simultaneous possession call was “crazy” ( today ) Courtesy of
The Seahawks were up 10-7 on the Giants in the second half of Sunday’s game when Eli Manning lost a fumble to give them the ball on the Giants’ 38-yard-line. It would be 17-7 Seahawks after one play, but sorting out exactly what happened on that play took some time. Russell Wilson ran a flea flicker and threw the ball to Paul Richardson, who went up to get it with Giants safety Landon Collins in close pursuit. Yahoo! Mon, Oct 23
 
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