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October 3, 2013 at 7:56 AM

Morning links: Millen breaks down Sherman’s interception

We’ll start this morning with what is becoming a popular feature on our site — Hugh Millen’s weekly video breakdown of a key play from the previous week’s game.

This week, Millen examines Richard Sherman’s pick-six that turned the tide against the Texans.

Also in our paper today is Jayson Jenks’ profile of Michael Bennett and Larry Stone’s column on a defensive line that could be “scary” good going forward.

Also, here is my video preview of the Seahawks-Colts game.

IN OTHER NEWS. …

— In news breaking this morning, Sherman has been named the league’s Defensive Player of the Month;

— Seahawks.com looks at kicker Steven Hauschka;

— In an NFL.com video interview, Earl Thomas says he’s waiting for Adrian Peterson;

— NFL.com ranks Russell Wilson No. 10 among quarterbacks this week;

Don Banks of SI.com writes that you can just about pencil in a Seahawks-Broncos Super Bowl;

— Houston’s Darryl Sharpton was fined yesterday for his horse-collar tackle on Marshawn Lynch last week;

— Former Seahawk quarterback Matt Hasselbeck has a message about crowd noise for the Indy fans this week;

— The Indy Star notes that Reggie Wayne and Robert Mathis are closing in on milestones;

— The Star also details that getting off the line of scrimmage could be a challenge for the Colts’ receivers Sunday;

— Colts RB Ahmad Bradshaw is listed as doubtful;

— In fact, Bradshaw could be out for the season;

— Colts.com says Wilson’s ability to keep plays alive has the team preparing for a nightmare;

— ESPN.com says the Colts face a big challenge against the Seahawks;

— CBSSports.com offers a preview of the game;

— FOXSports.com says it’s over if the Seahawks get home field advantage;

— Lots of news and notes on the Colts here;

Finally, Pro Football Focus ranks Jeremy Lane as one of the top two special teams players in the NFL so far:

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