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Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson (3) throws a pass against the Chicago Bears in the first half of an NFL football game in Chicago, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2012. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)
After falling to the New York Jets in a disappointing 7-6 loss, the Arizona Cardinals appear to have reached a new low.

The team is now 4-8 and still can't find any consistency at the quarterback position, which is severely limiting the offense.

The same cannot be said for Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks.

A rookie, Wilson is arguably the hottest quarterback in the league, and his team is eyeing a playoff berth.

The two met in Week 1 and the Cardinals won 20-16, but a lot has changed for both teams since that time.


Friday, December 7

Wisconsin coaching search: Darrell Bevell a 'serious candidate' for Badgers position (SB Nation)

Quarterback Russell Wilson may be stealing the headlines, but Seahawks' offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell is being considered as a candidate for the Wisconsin head coach job.

Marshawn Lynch returns to full practice, no fantasy concern here (SB Nation)

Like he has done all season long, Lynch sat out Wednesday's practice but returned back to action on Thursday. He has been battling back spasms the entire season, however it is yet to force him to miss any games.

Sidney Rice upgraded to full practice Thursday, good to go in fantasy (SB Nation)

After suffering a concussion in the final play of last week's win against the Bears, Sidney Rice was cleared to fully practice Thursday for the first time this week.

'Devoted' Seahawks rookie QB Russell Wilson obsessed with film study (Yahoo! Sports)

Into the year of the rookie quarterback that was only supposed to be about Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III comes Russell Wilson. No one could have expected this back on the second day of the NFL draft when Wilson was taken in the third round, seemingly to be a backup to newly signed Matt Flynn.

Seahawks lucky to have Wilson (ESPN)

If Seattle hadn't snagged QB when it did, others were waiting to pounce on him

Wide receivers Tate, Rice step up for Seahawks (The Seattle Times)

Sidney Rice and Golden Tate have become the go-to targets for Seattle Seahawks rookie quarterback Russell Wilson.

Seahawks' Russell Wilson moving toward front of Rookie of the Year race (Seattle Post Intelligencer)

The national sports media have been all over Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson this week, after he earned NFC Player of the Week honors for his impressive display Sunday in Chicago.


Thursday, December 6

Thurmond steps back in (Seahawks.com)

Injuries have shortened each of Walter Thurmond's three seasons with the Seahawks. But with the loss of Brandon Browner, the third-year cornerback will be back in the starting secondary on Sunday.

Red Bryant misses practice, expected to be back for game (The Seattle Times)

Seahawks defensive end Red Bryant did not practice on Wednesday, resting the sore foot that kept him out of practice all last week.

Morning links: Looking for the next Browner (The News Tribune)

Dave Boling of The News Tribune writes with Brandon Browner accepting the league's four-game suspension, the Seattle Seahawks will count on young players like Walter Thurmond and Jeremy Lane to fill the void.

Russell Wilson: Former Pack standout is Seattle's best (The News & Observer)

Wilson, a former N.C. State standout, is playing the same way he did back when he arrived in camp and hit the ground running. And throwing. And doing just about anything else he wanted in his first chance at facing NFL competition.

Seahawks' Brandon Browner to begin 4-game suspension with eye to playoffs (The Seattle Times)

Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner drops his appeal over testing positive for a banned substance, meaning he would be eligible if Seattle qualifies for the postseason.


Wednesday, December 5

Wilson wins player of week honor (Seahawks.com)

The Seahawks' rookie quarterback has been selected NFC Offensive Player of the Week after leading a 12-play, 80-yard touchdown drive in overtime in Sunday's upset victory against the Bears in Chicago.

Carpenter's season over (Seahawks.com)

James Carpenter, last year's first-round draft choice, was placed on the reserve/non-football illness list today, prematurely ending his season for the second year.

Seattle waives wide receiver Braylon Edwards (The Seattle Times)

The Seattle Seahawks have cut wide receiver Braylon Edwards after a season during which he had little impact on the offenese.

Seahawks cant afford loss of cornerbacks (Sportspressnw.com)

Nine of the Seahawks 12 games were decided by seven points or less, meaning margins are thin. But a flawed drug-policy procedure could cost them big-time.

Can Seahawks pull another Green Bay on drug tests? (Crosscut)

The fate of the Seahawks season may well hinge in a New York hearing room instead of on the field.


Tuesday, December 4

'Better late than never,' Tate emerging in third season (MyNorthwest.com)

Golden Tate shed three tackles and avoided two more before diving into the end zone for a go-ahead touchdown against Chicago on Sunday, a play that Pete Carroll was asked about during his conversation with "Brock and Salk" on Monday.

Seahawks WR apologizes for tweets about Jets, Mark Sanchez (SeattlePI.com)

Seahawks wide receiver Braylon Edwards on Tuesday apologized via Twitter for his tweets Monday about the New York Jets and Mark Sanchez, who continue to be embroiled in a season-long quarterback controversy involving Tim Tebow.

Report: Appeal date allows Sherman to play vs. Cards (MyNorthwest.com)

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports cornerback Richard Sherman will be eligible to play Sunday in the Seahawks' Week 14 matchup with Arizona now that the appeal hearing of his suspension has been set for Dec. 14.


Monday, December 3

Seahawks' Richard Sherman says Russell Wilson better than Andrew Luck, RGIII (USA Today)

Rookie quarterbacks Robert Griffin III and Andrew Luck may steal the headlines, but Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman feels that his team's signal caller is even better.

James Carpenter to have MRI (KFFL)

The rookie first-round pick James Carpenter is expected to get an MRI on his knee after he injured it against the Bears last week.

Seahawks' must-read list: The zone read option (The Bellingham Herald)

Though it is usually associated with the college game, the zone read option is becoming a go-to play for the Seattle Seahawks. While rookie quarterback Russell Wilson continues to wow fans with his ability to pass the ball, his mobility makes him a real threat out of the option.

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