Found November 21, 2011 on NorthWest Sports Beat:
After each week of the regular season and possibly during the NFL playoffs should the Seattle Seahawks be so lucky Dave B will stop by and bring you his Seahawks game balls. Balls are awarded to the Seahawks offensive MVP running back Marshawn Lynch, and on defense it goes to defensive end Chris Clemons vs. the St. Louis Rams in Week 11…

The Seahawks’ DE Chris Clemons Drinking Game

The Seattle Seahawks (4-6) have won 12 of 13 in the series versus the Rams. Yes folks 12 of 13. Chris Clemons was dominant. But where is the consistence? These kinds of performances happen every 3-4 weeks. I've come up with a way to drink a little more on Sunday's in honor of Chris Clemons. The Chris Clemons Drinking Game.

Chris Clemons named NFC Defensive Player of the Week

Seattle Seahawks headline for Tuesday November 22nd, 2011. Chris Clemons the Seahawks defensive end today grabbed himself a Week 11 NFC Defensive player of the week award. Clemons is the first Seahawk player to be honored this season.

5 Reasons the Seahawks Laid a Beatdown on the Rams

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Film study pays off for Chris Clemons | Seahawks notebook

Seahawks defensive end has three sacks of Rams quarterback Sam Bradford in Sunday's victory.

Game in Review: Seahawks 24, Rams 7

Players of the gameDefensive end Chris Clemons had three sacks - most by any Seahawk since Dec. 9, 2007 -- and also forced two second-half fumbles.

3 Things I’m Watching

There are obvious matchups to watch in this game: how well our tackles protect against Chris Long, James Hall, and Robert Quinn (3 pretty good pass rushers); how well Lynch plays against the worst rush defense in the NFL; if our DE’s can finally get some sacks. Those have been covered. These are the 3 things I’ll be watching tomorrow.Seahawks Pass Game vs. The End ZoneSimply...

Seahawks-Rams Preview: 3 Things To Watch

Will Brandon Lloyd make 300 receiving yards? Will the Rams eat Marshawn Lynch's dust like the Cowboys and the Ravens did? Will the Seahawks' defensive holes give the Rams a way in?

Seahawks at Rams: 5 things to watch

WHAT: Seattle Seahawks (3-6) at St. Louis Rams (2-7) (Week 11) WHEN: 1 p.m. PT Sunday WHERE: Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis, Mo. TV/RADIO: FOX (channel 13 in Seattle) / 710 AM, 97.3 FM What to watch for 1. More history for Marshawn? It took him 32 carries, but Marshawn Lynch was able to crack the 100-yard mark last week for the second consecutive game. That’s the first time in his...

Seahawks' two-minute drill

Players of the game • Defensive end Chris Clemons had three sacks — most by any Seahawk since Dec. 9, 2007 — and also...

LeGarrette Blount runs through everyone en route to the endzone

The Green Bay Packers can't claim that they didn't have a fair chance to tackle LeGarrette Blount on this one. At least half the defense had their paws on him, and a few of them even got to slow dance with him. Blount kept grinding, though. That's lower body strength for days, and heart for weeks. That's arguably the best run we've seen in the NFL since Marshawn...

No tricks here, Seattle shuts down St. Louis

ST. LOUIS -- The Seattle Seahawks opened the game with a 55-yard trick play followed by an interception by Tarvaris Jackson. No matter. A defense led by Chris Clemons made sure they didn't need too much scoring to put away the St. Louis Rams.

Seahawks 24, Rams 7: Postgame thoughts and analysis

It was hard to see an easy Seahawks win early on in Sunday’s game against the Rams. St. Louis scored first. Tarvaris Jackson threw interceptions on his first two pass attempts. St. Louis blocked a punt. But when it was all said and done, the Seahawks defense assured that Seattle left St. Louis with a surprisingly easy 24-7 win, thanks in large part to five sacks and three takeaways...

Keys to the game: Seahawks at Rams

Three keys to Seahawks victory 1. Keep on trucking.In the past two games, Marshawn Lynch has had his two best regular-season rushing totals as a Seahawk. Even with Seattle losing rookie linemen John Moffitt and James Carpenter to season-ending knee injuries, the Seahawks have to start out trying to get traction on the ground against a Rams defense allowing the most rushing yards...
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