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The Seattle Seahawks and St. Louis Rams will meet on Monday night football in a match-up of two NFC West teams.
Entering Sunday’s game the Seahawks are 6-1 and should have a fairly easy time against the 3-4 Rams who will be playing without quarterback Sam Bradford.
Coverage of the game between the Seattle Seahawks and St. Louis Rams will air on ESPN and WatchESPN beginning at 8:30 pm ET from the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, MO.
Avg Points Allowed
The Odds: The Seattle Seahawks are 11 point favorites against the St. Louis Rams. The over/under for this game is 42.5 total points.
Will the Seahawks lay it on the Rams or will this game be closer than meets the eye?
BEST OF MAXIM
According to multiple reports, the Seattle Seahawks are working on making a last minute push to land Vikings defensive end Jared Allen as the 4PM EST trade deadline looms.
Seattle making 11th-hour push to trade for Vikings Pro-Bowl DE Jared Allen, per multiple sources. Vikings also talking to second team.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 29, 2013
And @Mortreport says...
Photo courtesy of Seahawks.comLast season the St. Louis Rams played exceptionally well against their NFC West rivals, they were awarded a primetime nationally televised game against the Seattle Seahawks this year. As we get closer to this Monday night faceoff, those in charge of scheduling are starting to cringe as we can expect to see an old fashion beat down.
The St. Louis Rams...
Russell Wilson spent nearly as much time on his back getting sacked as he did standing and completing passes. Seattle's defense bent to the final yard on the final play before making a goal-line stand.
The Seahawks are lucky style points don't count in the NFL because their 14-9 win in St. Louis was an ugly, unimpressive performance.
For a week, the belief that Seattle...
Week 8 of NFL action concludes tonight with a matchup of NFC West teams when the Seattle Seahawks take on the St. Louis Rams at 8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN...
Golden Tate upset many people by doing a disrespectful taunt in the third quarter on Monday night after scoring on an 80-yard touchdown pass from Russell Wilson to put the Seattle Seahawks up 14-6 on the St. Louis Rams. After catching the bomb from Wilson, Tate raised his left arm in celebration and then began […]
Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice exited Seattle’s Monday Night Football matchup with the division-rival St. Louis Rams after sustaining an apparent knee injury, according to NBC Sports’ Curtis Crabtree. Rice was injured in the second quarter of the game on a pass intended for him in the end zone. He was being guarded at the time by Rams cornerback Janoris Jenkins. Rice was...
Tavon Austin may have provided the most comical moment of Monday Night Football between the St. Louis Rams and Seattle Seahawks when he flopped and played dead after making a fair catch on a punt return in the fourth quarter. As if flopping to the ground and playing dead wasn’t great enough in itself, contrast […]
Seattle Seahawks WR Golden Tate doesn’t seem to mind the 15 yds for taunting. Don’t get me wrong, the catch was awesome, but could you be a little less selfish? Naaaaa. Enjoy the GIF, sorry St. Louis Rams fans.
H/T @BuzzfeedSports for the GIF
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RENTON, Wash. — Those waiting to see Percy Harvin’s debut with the Seattle Seahawks, will have to keep waiting. Head coach Pete Carroll said Saturday that Harvin will not be activated for Monday Night’s game against the St. Louis Rams. “He won’t be playing in this game,” Carroll said after practice. “He won’t be able […]
It can’t just be 49ers fans who must tire of hearing about The 12th Man. Apologies to any Cardinals or Rams out there, but San Fran have become the nemesis and it’s something I hoped would happen ever since Seattle was plonked back into the NFC West in 2002. They’re the big one, were always the big one and Jim Harbaugh and Colin Kaepernick don’t just stand up as my very own...
The St. Louis Rams gave the Seattle Seahawks more than they expected on Monday night. In the third quarter of the game Chris Long sacked Russell Wilson and pulled out the ole’ Ric Flair strut to celebrate.
All that was missing was the wooooooooo! at the end.