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Wednesday Round-Up: C.J. Spiller One Of's Fantasy 'Spot Starts' For Week 6

A daily link round-up of what's "out there" about the Seattle Seahawks.

Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today —Wednesday, October 12 — about your Seattle Seahawks:

C.J. Spiller A Spot Start For Week 6

Over at, Matt Harmon put together his fantasy spot starts for Week 6, and included Seahawks running back C.J. Spiller as a candidate: 

It doesn't feel good, but it might just be a worthwhile play. C.J. Spiller was an instant impact player for the Seahawks, playing 15 percent of the team snaps in his first game with the team. He also snagged two receptions, one of which went for a red zone touchdown. Coming off the bye week, the Seahawks might have installed new packages for him and avenues to get the ball in his hands. Christine Michael is taking workhorse-level snaps with a 66 and 73 percent snap share the last two weeks. A slight change of pace would benefit the team.

Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor, Ravens wide receiver Breshad Perriman, Steelers tight end Jesse James and Panthers wide outs Ted Ginn and Corey Brown completed the remainder of Harmon's list for this week.

Social Post Of The Day 

Today's "Social Post of the Day" comes from Falcons wide receiver Mohamed Sanu, who posted this photo from his visit to Seattle Children's Hospital with Russell Wilson, Tyler Lockett and Devonta Freeman on his Instagram account (read more about that here).

More From Around The Web

Yesterday, the Seahawks adopted a new military unit for the 2016 season: Navy Region Northwest. 

Digital media reporter John Boyle answered Twitter questions about what to expect from Wilson this weekend, cornerback DeShawn Shead and more.

Five items from the Seahawks Pro Shop that are a must-haves for any young Seahawks fan.

Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times on how tackle Bradley Sowell is one of the keys to the Seahawks' offense.

And lastly, ESPN's Sheil Kapadia provides an update on each Seahawks rookie.

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