Found December 02, 2011 on Pro Football Talk:
Two weeks ago, Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor was fined $20,000 for a helmet-to-helmet hit on Ravens receiver Anquan Boldin. One week ago, Chancellor was fined $40,000 for a helmet-to-helmet hit on Rams tight end Lance Kendricks. Amazingly, Chancellor didn’t learn his lesson and delivered another hit on a defenseless receiver — Washington’s Santana Moss —…

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Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch continues torrid pace in win over Eagles

The Seattle Seahawks delivered another blow to the reeling Philadelphia Eagles with a 31-14 defeat while RB Marshawn Lynch continued his torrid pace in the victory. The Seattle Seahawks intercepted Philadelphia Eagles QB Vince Young four times, returning the last one for an interception on their way to winning their third game in four tries last night. Seattle RB Marshawn...

Seahawks DE Raheem Brock Convicted For Skipping Out On A $27 Tab At A Philly Restaurant

The Seahawks might have stomped the Eagles last night, but the city of Philadelphia has scored a victory of its own against Seattle's NFL franchise. Raheem Brock, a Philly native and a Temple graduate, was recently sentenced to six months probation in Philly Municipal Court on one count of theft. More »

Is There a Better Way to Celebrate a Touchdown Than Eat Some Skittles?

If your a football fan you know the Eagles got swamped 31-14 last night by the Seahawks.  You also know Marshawn Lynch has been on fire during the second half of the season and is a must start in fantasy.  No better way to celebrate one of his two touchdowns last night than grab a bag of sugar filled skittles and go to town.

Lynch rewarded by Skittles for following the rainbow

Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch rocked the Eagles on Thursday night and generated some laughs by snacking on Skittles following his first-quarter touchdown burst. Now the candy makers are taking pains to ensure he never runs out.

Marshawn Lynch’s blow-away run, seen through many eyes

SEATTLE, Wash. -- In a game where the Seattle Seahawks beat the tar out of the Philadelphia Eagles to the tune of a 31-14 score and ran for 178 yards on 33 carries in the process, Marshawn Lynch's 15-yard touchdown run with 9:19 remaining in the first quarter may have been the definitive play. It typified the way Lynch has been running over the last month — as physically as...

Lynch carries Seahawks to 31-14 win over Eagles

During his time playing in San Francisco, Michael Robinson said the mention of the Seattle Seahawks came with a label no NFL team wants to have.

Lynch guides Seahawks past error-prone Eagles

Marshawn Lynch ran for 148 yards and a pair of first-half touchdowns as the Seattle Seahawks beat the Philadelphia Eagles 31-14 on Thursday night.

Final: Hawks 31, Eagles 14

The Seattle Seahawks rebounded nicely from a tough loss against Washington last week by defeating a talented, but wounded Philadelphia Eagles’ squad 31-14. Seattle was solid in all three phases of the game, but this one belonged to Marshawn Lynch, who finished with a season-high 148 rushing yards on 22 carries and two touchdowns. Lynch ran over, around and through Philadelphia...

Philadelphia Eagles face the Seattle Seahawks in a lackluster match-up

CBS Sports video preview of the Eagles-Seahawks game in Week 13 I am sure this is not what NFL Network was thinking when they saw two former 2010 division winning playoff teams on the schedule for a late-season Thursday Night match-up.  But this is what they are left with…. In a game that features two [...]
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