Monday Round-Up: Seahawks at Rams

Posted Oct 28, 2013

A morning link round-up of what's "out there" about your Seattle Seahawks

Good morning, 12th Man.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today, October 28, about your Seattle Seahawks as they ready for tonight's matchup with the St. Louis Rams on ESPN's Monday Night Football:

Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times wonders if tonight is the night that running back Marshawn Lynch breaks loose, as the Rams hold the NFL's 30th-ranked rush defense. Condotta also has five things to watch tonight in St. Louis.

Todd Dybas of the Tacoma News Tribune writes about how the Seahawks will handle what is expected to be a less-than-capacity Edward Jones Dome tonight in St. Louis, with Game 5 of the World Series taking place right down the street. Dybas also looks at how Seattle is managing the rotation of its versatile defensive line.

Tim Booth of the Associated Press previews tonight's matchup with the Rams, noting the Seahawks seemed to have solved their road woes.

Danny O'Neil of looks at how the Seahawks have improved their play away from home.

John Boyle of the Everett Herald says the Seahawks have some tough choices to make at linebacker, where the team has four starting-caliber players for just three positions.

Doug Farrar of says the Seahawks offensive line could have their hands full going against Rams defensive tackle Michael Brockers.

Jon Gruden and Mike Tirico, tonight's announcers on ESPN, preview tonight's game in this short video.

Nick Wagoner of shares three things to watch tonight in St. Louis and breaks down three key matchups to Week 8 between the Seahawks and Rams.

The staff at previews tonight's matchup with the Rams with an eye on St. Louis quarterback Kellen Clemens.

Jordan Garretson of The Sporting News has a look at tonight's Seahawks-Rams matchup,

Jayson Jenks of the Seattle Times looks at how Paul Allen saved the Seahawks from California's clutches in the mid 1990's.

And here at, Digital Media Reporter Clare Farnsworth highlights four matchups to watch tonight in St. Louis, outlines how head coach Pete Carroll is managing the club's high expectations, and puts the focus on middle linebacker Bobby Wagner, who is set to return from the high-ankle sprain he suffered three weeks ago.

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