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Larry Brown Sports:
While everything replacement referee-related seemed to go smoothly in the opener between the Cowboys and Giants on Wednesday and in the early session of games on Sunday, the replacement officials were noticeably bad in the second half of games on Sunday. There were plenty of missed calls in the 49ers-Packers game, and the most embarrassing moment came in the Seahawks-Cardinals game when the refs gave Seattle an extra timeout.
On a 2nd and 10 from the Cardinals 13, Doug Baldwin dove for a pass in the end zone and landed on the ball after nearly making a touchdown catch. He appeared to have the wind knocked out of him and he laid on the ground for a minute. The Seahawks had one timeout left at that point, and it was used as an injury timeout since the game was inside the two-minute warning. After the injury timeout, the Seahawks were out of timeouts. Except the refs somehow gave them one, perhaps incorrectly ruling that they should not have been charged with a timeout because there w...
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Of the 70 offensive plays the Seattle Seahawks ran against Arizona, more than half came in the Cardinals' half of the field.
And that makes the Seahawks' 20-16 loss even more difficult for Carroll to accept.
Seattle had plenty of chances, starting all the way back in the first quarter and ending when Russell Wilson's pass for Braylon Edwards at the goal line fell incomplete...
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, Seattle Seahawks left tackle Russell Okung suffered a bone bruise during Sunday’s loss to the Cardinals.
Sounds like Russell Okung avoided major injury to his knee. Seattle left tackle has a bone bruise
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) September 10, 2012
Okung was one of the best offensive lineman coming out of college a few years...
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch reportedly will not be suspended this season by the NFL for an off-season DUI. Lynch, who was questionable for the opening game against the Arizona Cardinals with back spasms, will be available to the Seahawks today, according to CBSSports.com and ESPN.com on Sunday. The Cal product could have been suspended by the league for personal...
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- Replacement officials in Sunday's game between the Cardinals and Seahawks made a potentially crucial mistake Sunday, awarding Seattle an extra timeout in the closing seconds.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll called timeout with 30 seconds left, but the officials had announced two plays earlier that Seattle used its last one when receiver Doug Baldwin was injured...
Marshawn Lynch escaped suspension, at least for now, after being arrested for DUI this offseason, but he could still miss week 1 after his back spasms flared up again. A recurring injury, they cost Lynch one game last season and limited him throughout the preseason. If he can’t go, Robert Turbin, a 4th round rookie, would get the start.
The Seahawks need him out there, even against...
Step up time
The Seattle Seahawks are headed down to University of Phoenix Stadium Sunday to take on division foe Arizona to start the regular season. Many feel it could be a trap game given the rookie factor surrounding this Seahawk team as well as the injuries the team has sustained.
With so many questionable players, it is hard to say exactly who will play in week 1. The ones...
WORK IN PROGRESS
A misinterpretation of the injury timeout rules led to the Seahawks being given an extra timeout at a crucial time at the end of their game against Arizona.
Adam Schefter of ESPN said running back Marshawn Lynch will be in action for Seattle in Week 1.
Robert Turbin will be worked into the mix and Lynch is unlikely to handle a full workload though, so keep expectations tempered a bit.
Left tackle Russell Okung left Sunday's game in the fourth quarter after suffering an injury to his left knee. There was no word on the severity of the injury from coach Pete Carroll.
Cornerback Richard Sherman played the entire game, but was wearing a plastic protective boot on his right foot when he left the locker room after the game.
Receiver Doug Baldwin -- who had to...
By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
The Seattle Seahawks are expected to have Marshawn Lynch tomorrow. Marshawn Lynch (Getty Images)
He is expected to play against the Arizona Cardinals. He was listed as questionable with a back injury.
It appears like his back no longer has back spasms, and he practed on Thursday and Friday. The team...
When the Seattle Seahawks paid Matt Flynn that big contract earlier this year, no one would have expected it was to be a back up. Flynn has been waiting to get in the game, because rookie Russell Wilson has unseated him as the teams starter, but can he keep the spot? After yesterday’s performance Wilson did a decent job, but they couldn’t come way with the...
Well, that wasn't quite what we expected. Russell Wilson's first half left much to be desired, though he did bounce back and have a nice second half -- and incredible field position thanks to the kick return prowess of Leon Washington. But where was the red zone offense? Where were the conversion opportunities? And where was the pass defense? These are questions that need...
Any Given Sunday…
Arizona 20, Seattle 16
When: 4:25 PM ET, Sunday, September 9, 2012
Where: University of Phoenix Stadium, Phoenix, Arizona
Boxscore | Recap
What can you say about a game like today’s matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals besides, “Wow…?” The season got off to a very rough start for the Seahawks, who dropped...
I just want to again say thank you to a couple of people for hooking me up with tickets to the Cardinals v Seahawks game before I get into my recap.
Thanks to@AZBirdgangMC for getting me in touch with @wildcard44 who was good enough to get me two lower level seats for the game.
I had a blast and was able to take my dad with me, so it made it even more enjoyable as I was able to repay...
Replacement officials in the Seahawks-Cardinals game erroneously gave the Seahawks in the final minute of the Cardinals 20-16 victory.
Referee Bruce Hermansen allowed the extra timeout that Seahawks coach Pete Carroll called with 30 seconds left, but the officials had announced three plays earlier Seattle used its last one when receiver Doug Baldwin was injured.