Seahawks game-day links

Thanks to a bye week followed by a Monday night game, it has been more than two weeks since the Seahawks have played a game. So maybe today feels like this for you:

And if the waiting is getting to you, take a break from being productive at work and do some afternoon reading about the Seahawks and tonight’s game at Washington.

In today’s Herald, we look back at the last meeting between these teams—Seattle’s comeback win in the 2012 postseason—and what it meant for the Seahawks.

We also have our game-day page, which includes key matchups my pick, and more.

If you missed it over the weekend… From Saturday, my column on Russell Wilson opening up a bit as he takes on domestic violence, and from Sunday’s paper, a column on the very different paths traveled by these two teams since the aforementioned playoff game.

ESPN.com with a good story looking at the relationship between Richard Sherman and Stanford coach David Shaw

Also on the dot com, an interview with Russell Wilson.

The Washington Post looks at the many flaws on the home team’s roster.

And finally, if you used a Seahawks weekend off as a chance to get out and do something other than watch football Sunday, Peter King’s MMQB column is always a good way to catch up on what you missed.

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