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October 1, 2013 at 8:46 AM

Morning links: Last look at Texans, first look at Colts

Time to look back some, and ahead, as we get to the links today. …

— Before we start turning the page on the win over the Texans, I took a look back at the game and what it might mean for the team;

— And here’s our first look at the Colts as we begin looking to Sunday’s game in Indianapolis;

— Seahawks.com puts its focus on the offensive line;

— ESPN.com also says the O-line needs to “survive”;

— Seahawks are No. 2 in ESPN’s power rankings this week, behind the Broncos;

— Seattle also No. 2 in Yahoo’s rankings;

— USA Today gives the Seahawks an A for the first quarter of the season;

Mike Sando looks at the road to 16-0 for the teams that remain undefeated;

— The loss has been hard for the Texans to take — Arian Foster called a players-only meeting, and Matt Schaub has deleted his Twitter account;

— Much was made Monday of the fact that Texans coach Gary Kubiak said Schaub did not have the ability to audible out of the play call that led to Richard Sherman’s interception;

— Nice breakdown of the play by Greg Bedard of Monday Morning Quarterback;

— The Colts Sunday will be without rookie OLB Bjoern Werner, who is out 4-6 weeks;

— Here’s more on the Colts’ injury situation — the team will also be without fullback Stanley Havili, who played for Seahawks coach Pete Carroll at USC;

— The Indianapolis Star also says the Colts’ defense is about to be tested;

— Lots of Colts info here on the Indianpolis’ Star-Times Colts blog;

— The Colts’ website has a review of the team’s win over the Jaguars and a look ahead;

Jake Locker is out at least a month, which means he won’t play here against the Seahawks next week;

— Good stuff here from SI.com on who is rising and falling in the NFL Draft.

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