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September 20, 2013 at 8:33 AM

Friday links: Giacomini keeps his cool

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We’ll start the links today with Jayson Jenks’ story on Breno Giacomini, who a year after falling victim too often to committing personal fouls is this year drawing them, instead.

As Jenks writes:

The net result: In two games, Giacomini has goaded two opponents into 15-yard personal-foul penalties while he has yet to pick one up.

In other news. …

— Here is our stat geek feature for the week;

— Really good stuff from Greg Bedard measuring the effectiveness of NFL pass rushes, and showing that both the Seahawks and 49ers got a lot of pressure on the QB last week;

— Some predictions from ESPN.com;

— More on what Russell Wilson had to say yesterday from Seahawks.com;

— Here’s a preview of the game from NFL.com;

— CBSSports.com says take the Seahawks if you are in a Survivor pool;

— The spread on VegasInsider.com appears to be settling at 19.5;

— A columnist for SCNow.com says football games are supposed to be loud;

— Former Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren has raised some hackles in Cleveland by saying that the Browns shouldn’t have made the Trent Richardson trade;

— The Jaguars say anything can happen Sunday;

— Jacksonville.com notes the Jags have never been a bigger underdog;

— The status of Jacksonville RB Maurice Jones-Drew remains up in the air;

— A Jacksonville view of the job Gus Bradley did putting together the Seattle defense;

— A Jacksonville fan site looks at  who needs to step up for the Jaguars;

— Jacksonville WR Cecil Shorts is preparing to face the tough Seattle secondary;

— SportsChatPlace says to take the Jags and the points;

— NFL.com with what to watch in week three.

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