C-Links from around the web following Thursday’s win over the Cardinals


Oct 17, 2013; Phoenix, AZ, USA; Seattle Seahawks tight end Kellen Davis (87) dunks the ball over the goalpost as ge celebrates catching a pass for a touchdown in the third quarter against the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Here are a few links from some of the most interesting stories that circulated around the web after Thursday night’s win over the Arizona Cardinals.

From ESPN.com: Russell Wilson is what makes the Seahawks special.

"Wilson threw three touchdown passes and no interceptions, completing 18 of 29 throws for 235 yards and ending the night with a 122.1 passer rating. And while those numbers won’t wow anyone — Wilson is not going to put up the gaudy stats of a Peyton Manning or a Drew Brees — he is going to do whatever it takes to win."

From ABC News: 5 things to know about the Seahawks win over the Cardinals.

"It was a dominating Thursday night in the desert for the Seahawks, and the latest evidence that they are the team to beat in the NFC West."

From Field Gulls: What if the Seahawks played better than they did Thursday?

"The Seahawks will win the Super Bowl by 21 points, if they stop fumbling the GD football and giving up free points."

From Bleacher Report: Did Marshawn Lynch flip off his own sideline?

"What would Lynch be upset about? We don’t know for sure, but the play call was for a play-action pass instead of a run on 3rd-and-goal from inside the 1-yard line. It would make sense if Lynch was upset about not getting the ball."

From Yahoo! Sports: Seattle’s O-line is their biggest weakness.

"…if that line doesn’t get healthy, and better once the starters return, the Seahawks will not win a Super Bowl — home-field advantage in the postseason, or not. It’s that simple."