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NFC West Recap: Tyrann Mathieu, Patrick Peterson Return To LSU

A recap of the latest news surrounding the Seahawks' division rivals in the NFC West.

Here's a recap of the latest news surrounding the Seahawks' division rivals in the NFC West:

Cardinals DBs Mathieu, Peterson Return To LSU

  • Cardinals defensive backs Tyrann Mathieu and Patrick Peterson went back to LSU during Arizona's bye and absorbed the Tigers' matchup against No. 1 ranked Alabama as honorary captains Saturday.
  • With Mathieu sidelined with a shoulder injury, rookie cornerback Brandon Williams could be in line to see action on the outside opposite of Peterson. Kyle Odegard of has more on the Cardinals' potential lineup fix in his Tuesday notes. 
  • Seven takeaways from the first half of Arizona's season. 

Worth A Look

This tweet from wide receiver Michael Floyd, who is ready for a new week of practice as the Cardinals prepare to face the 49ers.

49ers Encouraged By Strides  

  • The 49ers put together an encouraging offensive outing Sunday, totaling 486 yards against the New Orleans Saints, but ball security still remains a point of emphasis. Senior reporter Taylor Price of has more on San Francisco’s performance.
  • On Tuesday, the 49ers placed 2015 first-round pick Arik Armstread on injured reserve and claimed a new defensive tackle off waivers. 
  • A cool photo gallery of every touchdown the 49ers have scored this season. 

Worth A Look

This post from 49ers Community, who posted a video of wide receiver Torrey Smith celebrating Halloween with children at Saratoga Children's Hospital.

Case Keenum To Start vs Jets

  • The Los Angeles Rams won't be making a change at quarterback after Sunday's loss to the Carolina Panthers dropped them to 3-5.  In his weekly wrap-up, Rams Insider Myles Simmons touched on Jeff Fisher's decision to stick with veteran Case Keenum. 
  • An All-22 film breakdown of Todd Gurley's 18-yard run — his longest of the season — out of the Wildcat formation against the Carolina Panthers.
  • And lastly, the Rams stayed neutral across national media Power Rankings. 

Worth A Look

This tweet from WNBA star Candace Parker, who tweeted a photo from Sunday's game.

The Seahawks fall 9-3 in their first road game of the 2016 season against the Los Angeles Rams.

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