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January 25, 2014 at 9:06 AM

Saturday links: Thomas’ breakdown, Roman numerals, and more

As I noted last week, safety Earl Thomas has begun publishing weekly writeups on his website.

This week’s post is particularly insightful as he breaks down some of what happened against the 49ers, including the early struggles defending Colin Kaepernick (and Kaepernick hates beware — Thomas shows him a lot of respect), as well as the touchdown pass he allowed, and then also looks ahead to the Super Bowl.

Good stuff throughout.

In some other news. …

— If you ever wondered why they started using Roman numerals for the Super Bowl, here you go;

Ryan Divish reports that Russell Wilson’s former Wisconsin teammates now with the Broncos are not surprised by his success;

— Seahawks.com wraps up Friday’s news;

— A few Seahawks on USA Today’s All-Joe team;

— The New York Daily News breaks down Denver’s receivers;

— One of Percy Harvin’s former teammates with some insight on the Seattle receiver;

— ESPN says Harvin could be a tough riddle for the Broncos to solve;

— Denver CB Champ Bailey warns that Harvin is dangerous;

— EPSN on how important third downs may be;

— ESPN on the possible impact of the weather;

Pat Kirwan on how the Broncos’ offense will try to solve the Seattle defense;

Peter King on Denver DT Terrance Knighton;

— Some thoughts on the game from Troy Aikman;

— NFL.com’s Playbook on defending Wilson;

—  Forbes with more on how tickets are becoming more affordable by the day;

— The Tennessean says the game seems like the memorable Rams-Titans matchup.

And now for a few Tweet nuggets:

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