Here's some reading to get you ready for today's game against the 49ers.
Frank Hughes talks to wide receiver Courtney Taylor, who knows this may be his last chance to prove himself if he does not perform well today
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San Francisco quarterback J.T. O'Sullivan is the team's unlikely starter after seizing the job during a three-way quarterback battle in training camp. He'll get his second career start against Seattle today.
Scott Johnson of the Everett Herald reports that the desperate Seahawks are happy to see the 49ers this week.
A loud Qwest Field should provide some energy for the Seahawks today.
Here's an update on Justin Forsett. The cat-quick runner was picked up on waivers by the Indianapolis Colts and will return punts today.
KJR's John Clayton talks to Matt Maiocco of the Santa Clara Press Democrat about today's contest on this audio link.
San Francisco 49ers
San Francisco Chronicle columnist Ray Rotto says despite being a touchdown underdog, today's game against Seattle could be San Francisco's for the taking.
Matt Maiocco of the Santa Clara Press Democrat takes a look at some of the key matchups.
Dan Brown of the San Jose Mercury News notes that including the preseason, the 49ers have not had an interception in five games, and is looking to create more turnovers.
Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic writes that the Cardinals are looking for a milestone victory today. By beating the Dolphins the team would start 2-0 for the first time since 1991.
Agent Drew Rosenhaus is still beating the drum for Arizona to trade receiver Anquan Boldin.
Larry Fitzgerald tells Mike Tulumello of the East Valley Tribune that if he's not in the Hall of Fame in 25 years his career will have been a disappointment.
St. Louis Rams
How bad are the Rams, asks St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter Jim Thomas? We'll find out as they host the Super Bowl Champions, the New York Giants, in the Rams home opener.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist Bernie Miklasz says it's an emotional opener for the Rams. St. Louis will honor their late owner Georgia Frontiere today.