Found November 05, 2011 on NorthWest Sports Beat:
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Hawthorne looking forward to trip home

David Hawthorne carries fond memories of playing in the home of the Dallas Cowboys as a high school athlete growing up in Corsicana, Texas. The Corsicana High School graduate remembers trips to Texas Stadium and playing in front of crowds upward of 20,000 people. The lower divisions would play their games early and their fans were allowed to stay for the rest of the day. '...

Seahawks' uncertainty with Tarvaris Jackson

DALLAS - There's not much question that Tarvaris Jackson will be Seattle's starting quarterback this week. There's...

Seahawks feel disjointed after another loss

The Seattle Seahawks reached the midway point of the season Sunday wishing they could have a do-over.

Hawks inactives: Jackson, Branch ready

Greetings from Cowboys Stadium. There were no real surprises on today’s inactive list for Seattle. Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson (pectoral), as expected, is active for today’s game and appeared to throw the ball fine during pre-game workouts. Defensive tackle Alan Branch (knee/hip) also got the okay from Seattle’s trainers and is active today. But Cameron Morrah (toe/hip) did...

Live: Cowboys vs. Seahawks chat

Chat live with our writers as the Cowboys host the Seattle Seahawks.

Carroll on Cowboys rookie: ‘He’s had a lot of dominant blocks’

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is proud of Tyron Smith. Recruited by Carroll to play for Southern Cal, Smith started 12 games at right tackle for the Trojans in 2009, which was Carroll’s last year at the school. The Cowboys selected Smith ninth overall in April. Although he’s coming off a shaky outing in Philadelphia, Smith hasn’t disappointed even though he’s committed three...

Dallas Cowboys vs Seattle Seahawks Preview: Offense

As the Dallas Cowboys prepare to play the Seattle Seahawks this Sunday, the phrase “must-win” is being used an awful lot. I think the Cowboys do need to win this game, not because of their record or the number of games they trail the divisionleader, but because Seattle is not a very good team: if you can not defeat below average teams at home, you have no business going to the...

Cowboys 23, Seahawks 13: Postgame thoughts

Share: Tarvaris Jackson threw three interceptions on Sunday. (AP Photo) Tarvaris Jackson played his worst game as a Seahawk. The defense allowed its first 100-yard rusher of the season. And once the Cowboys pulled ahead 20-6 in the second half, no thought existed that Seattle was going to be able to pull this one out. A late touchdown made the final 23-13, though it really...

The Picks: Seahawks at Cowboys

It’s that time of week. Time to man up and make your pick for this week’s game. Get it right, and you'll be able to pay a lawn service to come pick up your leaves. Get it wrong, and it's sixty hours of tortuous rake labor for you, the skin of your palms torn off completely by the rake's unforgiving wood handle. DAMN YOU, RAKE! IF ONLY YOU COULD AFFORD A BLOWER! Here...

Seattle's Jackson 'very sick about' performance

Share: Seattle's Jackson 'very sick about' performance Associated Press Copyright 2011 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Updated 03:12 p.m., Sunday, November 6, 2011 Jackson threw interceptions on consecutive passes with the game on the line in the...
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