Wednesday Seahawks links

From today’s Herald, a look at the Seahawks’ improving pass rush, which with the return of Chris Clemons features a new, speedier look.

And speaking of pass rush, Doug Farrar at SI.com has a good breakdown of Michael Bennett’s game.

Feel good about the Seahawks after a 3-0 start? Well wait until you see what FootballOutsiders.com thinks of Seattle’s chances to make the playoffs, win the NFC West, secure the No. 1 seed, etc.

Jerry Brewer of the Seattle Times says the Seahawks can run away with the division if they win the next two on the road.

Todd Dybas of the News Tribune looks at the play of Seattle’s receivers.

Seahawks.com focuses on safety Kam Chancellor, and the story includes the odd coincidence that Chancellor dated the daughter of former Seahawk great Kenny Easley while in high school

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