Seahawks Vs. Ravens: Seattle Wins 22-17 Behind Steven Hauschka Field Goals

The Seattle Seahawks try to play spoiler against the Cincinnati Bengals this weekend.

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Seahawks Vs Ravens Replay: Tarvaris Jackson Connects With Doug Baldwin For 50 Yards

Breaking down a nice play from the Seahawks Sunday win against Baltimore.


Seahawks Beat Ravens: A Look At Some Of The Numbers

Let's see what some of the numbers tell us about this Seahawks' victory.


Seahawks Vs. Ravens Recap By The Numbers: Marshawn Lynch, Steven Hauschka Lead Seahawks To Upset Win

The Seattle Seahawks were able to upset the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday and pick up their third win of the season. The two teams ended up posting similar overall numbers, but Seattle was able to lean on their talented kicker and hold on for a 22-17 victory. Let's take a look at some of the numbers in this game.

Kicker Steven Hauschka was the main story for the Seahawks, as he was ultimately responsible for recording 16 of Seattle's 22 points. Hauschka kicked five field goals, from 22, 38, 39, 35 and 30 yards, respectively.

Seattle got on the board first, following a one-yard Marshawn Lynch rushing touchdown midway through the first quarter (and Hauschka provided the extra point to put the Seahawks up 7-0). Lynch had a solid game, recording 109 yards on 32 carries and the only Seattle touchdown of the game. Although he only averaged 3.4 yards per carry with a long of 8, his consistency and sure-handedness was one of the keys to Seattle never surrendering the lead following his TD run.

Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson was also solid, finished 17-for-27 with 217 passing yards and no interceptions. The turnovers were where Seattle really had the advantage in this game. While the Ravens lost two fumbles and added a Joe Flacco interception, the Seahawks didn't allow a single turnover.

For more news and coverage related to the Seahawks, please visit Field Gulls.


Marshawn Lynch Week 10 Fantasy Update: Big Week For Seattle Seahawks RB In Victory

The Seattle Seahawks were able to take an early lead against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday and never surrender it en route to an upset win. It was their third victory of the season and Marshawn Lynch was one of the Seattle's key offensive contributors.

The Seahawks offense went to Lynch time after time after time in Sunday's game. The end result was Lynch finishing with a career-high 37 carries for a total of 109 yards. He also managed to grab five passes for an additional 58 yards. His first quarter rushing touchdown was the only time that a Seahawks player was able to find the end zone, as all other Seattle scores in the game came in the form of field goals.

Although Lynch only averaged a meager 3.4 yards per carry, he has been the model of consistency. Over the past two games, the running back has 68 carries, which leads the NFL.

For all Seahawks news and information, please visit Field Gulls.


Seattle Seahawks Injury Update: Kam Chancellor, Sidney Rice, Doug Baldwin Suffer Concussions

The Seattle Seahawks managed a huge upset win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, but suffered quite a few injuries along the way.

No fewer than three different Seahawks players left the game with head injuries. Wide receiver Sidney Rice left the game in the third quarter after injuring himself attempting to catch a deep pass. Doug Baldwin, another wide receiver, also left the game near the end of the second half. Safety Kam Chancellor had the nastiest-looking injury of the week as he went helmet-to-helmet on Anquan Boldin and was charged with a penalty. According to the official Seahawks Twitter feed, all three players suffered concussions. Head coach Pete Carroll stated that the status of each of the three players is yet to be determined.

Also suffering an injury in the game was guard John Moffitt, who left the game in the first quarter with a right knee injury and was replace by Lemuel Jeanpierre.

Keep up to date with all things Seahawks by visiting Field Gulls.


Seahawks Vs. Ravens Final Score: Marshawn Lynch Leads Seattle To 22-17 Victory

The Seattle Seahawks took advantage of Baltimore Ravens turnovers to take an early lead, then ground the clock out by using their running back to churn out the tough yards. Baltimore coughed up the ball several times deep in their own territory, which Seattle turned into three David Hauschka field goals (which turned out to be the difference in the final margin of victory).

Down 22-10, Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens rallied for a late touchdown drive to bring them to within five of the Seahawks. But Seattle ground out the clock when Tarvaris Jackson connected with Golden Tate for two big throws, and Marshawn Lynch proceeded to grind out the clock by rushing for two first downs and catching and converting another one. It was an impressive performance by Lynch, who compiled nearly half of Seattle's offensive production as their leading rusher (109 yards on 3.4 yards per carry) and receiver (58 yards on five catches). It was far from pretty, but Seattle used the run and an effective defensive performance to power their team to victory.

For more on the game from a Seahawks perspective, check out Field Gulls. To talk about the Ravens, head over to Baltimore Beatdown


Seahawks Vs. Ravens Score: Seattle Exchanges FGs With Baltimore, Leads 22-10

Steven Hauschka is putting the Seattle Seahawks on his back. Hauschka has already tied a franchise record for field goals in a game with five. He got his fifth after David Hawthorne hauled in a deflection off a Joe Flacco pass to put Seattle, returning it deep into Baltimore territory. The Seahawks were stalled at the goal-line though, and the placekicker was forced to boot another field goal through the uprights.

Baltimore finally got more points on the board thanks to a nice drive led by Joe Flacco. Flacco found Ricky Williams for 12 and five yards, Ray Rice for two seven yard catches, and connected with Dennis Pitta for 17 yards and Ed Dickson for two. Billy Cundiff booted in a 35 yard field goal to keep the Ravens within 12, but they need to get their offense going in a hurry if they want to beat the Seahawks.

To discuss the game with Seahawks fans, go to Field Gulls. To discuss it with Ravens fans, head to Baltimore Beatdown.


Seahawks Vs. Ravens Score Update: Steven Hauschka Field Goals Put Seattle Up 19-7

After falling behind 10-0, the Baltimore Ravens got on the board early in the second quarter against the Seattle Seahawks. Joe Flacco connected with Ed Dickson multiple times on catches of three, 15, five, six and 19 yards to drive Seattle into the red zone; after Brandon Browner and Earl Thomas botched up an interception for Seattle, Baltimore struck with a Ray Rice touchdown throw when all the Seahawks defenders bit on the run play; the Ravens RB then found Dickson uncovered in the end zone.

Seattle's special teams is making the difference. A Tarvaris Jackson throw to Doug Baldwin went for 50 yards and set up a Steven Hauschka field goal. On the next possession for the Seahawks, Seattle got good field position off a bad punt by the Ravens, setting up another Hauschka field goal. Then David Reed fumbled another kickoff return (his second on the day), and the Seattle placekicker put his fourth FG on the board to give Seattle a double-digit lead at halftime.

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Seahawks Vs. Ravens Score: Seattle Leads 10-0 Behind Marshawn Lynch

Yes, you're reading that right. The Seattle Seahawks have put out an outstanding effort to start their game against the Baltimore Ravens.

Seattle went three and out on their first drive, and it looked like the Ravens would start working things right against the Seahawks. But after Torrey Smith and David Reed had successive 16 yard rushes to put the Ravens in field goal range, a 50 yard field goal by Billy Cundiff came up short.

The Seahawks started at their own 40, and Tarvaris Jackson hooked up with Zach Miller for six yards and Marshawn Lynch twice for 21 and 23 yards. Lynch punched it in for one yard to give Seattle a 7-0 lead. Reed then fumbled the ensuing kick return, setting up a chip shot Steven Hauschka field goal to put the Seahawks up 10-0.

OG John Moffitt has a knee injury. His return is doubtful. Lemuel Jeanpierre is in for Seattle at guard. 

For more on the Seahawks, head to Field Gulls. For more on the Ravens, check out Baltimore Beatdown.


Seahawks vs. Ravens Inactives: Cameron Morah, Deon Butler Out For Seattle

As the Baltimore Ravens head to CenturyLink field to take on the Seattle Seahawks, they will be without a number of key offensive personel while the Seahawks will have a majority of their starters suiting up this Sunday. 

On the offensive side of the ball, wide Receiver Deon Butler and tight end Cameron Morrah will be out for the Seahawks this afternoon, along with backup QB Josh Portis and offensive tackle Jarriel King..Safety Jeron Johnson, cornerback Ron Parker, and linebacker David Vobora will be out on the defensive side of the ball. 

As for Baltimore, they will be without wide receivers Lee Evans and Tandon Doss, who along with backup running back Antony Allen leave the Ravens offensive depth chart a bit depleted, while linebackers Sergio Kindle and Dannell Ellerbe leave their defense a bit shorthanded as well. The complete list of inactives is listed below. 

Seattle Seahawks Inactives:

  • WR Deon Butler
  • TE Cameron Morrah
  • QB Josh Portis
  • S Jeron Johnson
  • CB Ron Parker
  • LB David Vobora
  • OT Jarriel King

Baltimore Ravens Inactives:

For more in depth discussion and analysis of the Seattle Seahawks, head on over to Field Gulls, the place to be for everything Seahawk on the internet. 


Seahawks vs. Ravens Fantasy Sit/Start: Seahawks Defense May Be Your Best Option In Seattle

As the Seattle Seahawks get ready to host the Baltimore Ravens at CenturyLink field, NFL fans around the world are scrambling to get all of their fantasy teams set. Let's take a closer look at some of the players you could possibly sit or start this week: 

Our friends over at have their projections for all the top Seahawks players, which I have listed below, and currently show Tarvaris Jackson leading the way for Seattle with around 11 fantasy points. They don't foresee him throwing too many TD's, and neither do I, so if you have no other option, Jackson may have to be your guy. 

Tarvaris Jackson- SIT

As for running back Marshawn Lynch, Numberfire does not project him to have a good day at all, and with the Ravens D only allowing only 86 yards a game to opposing teams, Lynch will definitely have his hands full this Sunday. Like Jackson, if he's your last remaining option go for it, but if not, try to start someone else. 

Marshawn Lynch- SIT

The Seahawks defense has quietly been one of the stingiest in the league, and may be your best option for a starter coming from the Seahawks this week. Numberfire projects them to earn a shade over 5 points, but with Joe Flacco's recent inconsistencies the secondary may be able to pick a few off, while neither team scores a boat load of points either, another sign that the Seattle D might be the one for you this weekend. 

Seahawks Defense- START

Wide receiver Sidney Rice has been having a tough 2011, hauling in 27 receptions and one TD thus far in the season. The Ravens' defense are currently fourth n passing yards allowed, and will likely be all over him like white on rice (no pun intended), and isn't projected to have a good game at all. He's due for a breakout, but I don't see it happening against this stingy Baltimore D. 

Sidney Rice- SIT



For more on the Seahawks, head over to Field Gulls


Seahawks Vs. Ravens: Time, TV Schedule, Radio And More

The Seattle Seahawks play host to the surging Baltimore Ravens this weekend as the Seahawks attempt to snap their current three-game losing streak. Seattle lost 23-13 to the Dallas Cowboys last week and hope to avenge that defeat with a win over top-tier competition.

The Ravens are coming off of a 23-20 win against the Pittsburgh Steelers last week on a last-minute touchdown from quarterback Joe Flacco to rookie receiver Torrey Smith. The Ravens  swept the season series against dominant rival Pittsburgh and will look for another road victory this week.

Following is TV and radio information for Sunday's game:

Game Date/Time: Saturday, November 13; 1:05 p.m. PT

Location: CenturyLink Field, Seattle, WA

Records: Ravens (6-2); Seahawks (2-6)

TV: CBS. Announcers: Greg Gumbel (play-by-play); Dan Dierdorf (analyst)

Radio: ESPN Radio 710 AM/97.3 FM. Announcers: Steve Raible (play-by-play); Warren Moon (color analyst); Jen Mueller (sideline reporter)

Betting Line: According to OddsShark, the Seahawks are 6.5 to 7.5-point underdogs.

Online Coverage: Check out Field Gulls for your necessary Seahawks fill. Click though to Baltimore Beat Down for more on the Ravens.


Seahawks Vs Ravens: Five Keys to the Game

A few things to watch for in this week's matchup against Baltimore.


Seahawks Vs Ravens Injury Report: Lee Evans Doubtful; Terrell Suggs, Ed Reed Probable

Bad news Seahawks fans - it looks like the Ravens have escaped the injury bug for the most part heading into this weekend's matchup at the CLink. Though wide receiver Lee Evans has been listed as doubtful, Ravens' coach John Harbaugh still said there's "an outside chance" the veteran could play on Sunday. 

Apart from that though, linebacker Terrell Suggs and all-world safety Ed Reed are probable and will likely play. Suggs even went so far as to say, "If I can breathe, I'm good." 

It's looking like the Ravens' defense is pretty much intact.

Here are the rest of the Ravens' injuries, as per their official injury report on friday:

Out: RB Anthony Allen (thigh).

Doubtful: WR Lee Evans (ankle), LB Dannell Ellerbe (hamstring, groin).

Questionable: LB Brendon Ayanbadejo (concussion).

Probable: OLB Terrell Suggs (knee), S Ed Reed (shoulder), C Matt Birk (neck), TE Kris Wilson (calf).    

For more on the Seahawks, check out Field Gulls.


Seahawks Vs Ravens Injury Report: Tarvaris Jackson, Sidney Rice Probable; Cameron Morrah Questionable

The Seahawks released their final injury report for the weekend and thankfully it's fairly short. Linebacker David Vobora, primarily a special teams contributor and nickel linebacker depth, has been listed as out. This means that other special teams players like Heath Farwell, Malcolm Smith, Byron Maxwell and Michael Robinson, among others, will have to step up their games.

Also on the list was tight end Cameron Morrah, who was listed as questionable with foot and knee injuries. Morrah, who was activated off the PUP list a few weeks ago, has only appeared in two games this season, catching 4 passes for 39 yards. If he can't go, that means the depth behind Zach Miller and Anthony McCoy remains quite thin. 

Starting QB Tarvaris Jackson is listed as probable and will play barring some freak setback to his pectoral injury. Whether he'll be at full strength throwing the football is another question. Luckily for him, he'll have his favorite target out there with him, as Sidney Rice is listed as probable and will play. 

For more on the Seahawks, check out Field Gulls.


Sidney Rice Will Play Sunday, Says Pete Carroll

Seahawks receiver Sidney Rice will play this Sunday as the Seahawks host the Ravens at Century Link Field in Seattle. Rice sat out of practice on Wednesday and was limited Thursday with a foot injury, but apparently that was just a little precautionary rest. Additionally, receiver Deon Butler, recently activated from the PUP list, will be a game-time decision.

WR Sidney Rice will play Sunday, Carroll said. WR Deon Butler is ready to play and his status will be a game-time decision.
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The Seahawks will need Rice as they go up against one of the NFL's premiere defenses. 

For more on the Seahawks, check out Field Gulls.


Seahawks Vs. Ravens Injury Report: Tarvaris Jackson Practices, Sidney Rice Remains Limited

The Seattle Seahawks need to be at the very top of their game this weekend if they hope to defeat the Baltimore Ravens, one of the best teams in the league in 2011. With the Seahawks seemingly struggling on a weekly basis, they did receive some good news at practice on Thursday.

According to the team's official injury report, quarterback Tarvaris Jackson fully participated in practice after being held back on Wednesday.  In addition to Jackson, after missing time earlier this week, wide receiver Sidney Rice was able to practice on a limited basis. Tight end Cameron Morrah returned to field as well, though he was limited participant as well. David Vobora missed practice once again as he continues to deal with a concussion.

No official status for Sunday's game has been released by the team, though one has to think Tavaris Jackson and Sidney rice will be good to go. The Seahawks will need both players at the top of their game if they hope to pull the upset.

For more on the Seahawks, check out Field Gulls.


The Seahawks' Gameplan in Activating Deon Butler

The Seahawks look to add an element of speed to their offense in Deon Butler.


Seahawks Vs. Ravens Injury Report: Tarvaris Jackson, Sidney Rice Sit During Wednesday's Practice

The Seatle Seahawks play host to the Baltimore Ravens this week as the team looks to snap a three-game losing streak. Injuries continue to plague the Seahawks this year as Seattle prepares for Baltimore, a team fresh off of a last-minute at the Pittsburgh Steelers last week.

Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson and wide receiver Sidney Rice did not practice with the team on Wednesday. Both players were active in last week's game against the Cowboys and are on pace to play in this Sunday's game against the Ravens. Keep an eye out on these two players as the week progresses in case the Seahawks decide to exercise extra caution with either individual by sitting them.

Following is a a full look at Seattle's injury report from Wednesday:

Seattle Seahawks Injury Report

OUT: QB Tarvaris Jackson (pectoral), TE Cameron Morran (toe/knee), WR Sidney Rice (foot), LB David Vobora (concussion)


FULL: none

For more on the Seahawks, check out Field Gulls


Seahawks Injury Update: Kris Durham On IR, Deon Butler Activated

The Seattle Seahawks try to play spoiler against the Cincinnati Bengals this weekend.

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