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October 13, 2013 at 10:40 PM

Gamenight links: Seahawks hold on

lynchrutz

Simply put, here are links to some of our stories, and others, about the game today. …

— Here’s my game story focusing on the play of Russell Wilson, who tended to bring some stability to the game;

Jerry Brewer says the Seahawks managed to get the last laugh on a comical day;

Larry Stone writes about the eventful day for Steven Hauschka;

Jayson Jenks writes about the day of Richard Sherman;

— The notebook leads with an item on Marshawn Lynch (above in a Dean Rutz photo);

— Here’s Hugh Millen’s breakdown of a couple of the key plays from the fourth quarter;

— Here’s the report from Seahawks.com;

— Seahawks.com also offers a Game at a Glance;

— ESPN.com’s Terry Blount says the Seahawks overcame laughable mistakes;

— ESPN also has some of what was said after the game;

— NFL.com’s recap of the game also has some video highlights;

David Climer of The Tennessean says the Titans are seeing the season slip away;

— Here’s the main story from the Tennessean;

— The Tennessean also gave the Titans pretty bad grades all the way around;

— ESPN.com says Ryan Fitzpatrick and Chris Johnson are simply not producing;

The Seahawks will now have a short week before preparing to play at Arizona Thursday night. Here are a couple of stories on the Cardinals, who lose today to the 49ers 32-20:

— Here’s a game story from the Arizona Republic (and note that Carson Palmer has thrown nine interceptions over the last four games);

— Arizona Republic columnist Dan Bickely rips 49ers fans in the process of also trying to figure out what’s wrong with the Cardinals;

— The report from NFL.com includes some highlights.

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