TNT columnist Dave Boling does a nice job of breaking down some of the numbers so far in Seattle's 2-9 season Here's an excerpt:
The Seahawks might want to worry less about their schemes and more about what they do at halftime.
They've scored only one third-period touchdown in 11 games, and have been pummeled 81-19 in that quarter this season. They've played teams almost evenly (trailing only 196-188) in the other three quarters.
Bad orange slices? Muzak piped into the locker room? This requires investigation.
Seattle's Jordan Babineaux and Rocky Bernard, both Texas natives, will return home for the holidays with Seattle playing Dallas on Thursday, writes Scott Johnson of the Everett Herald.
Some news and notes on the Hawks in this Seattle team report.
Dan Arkush of Pro Football Weekly writes that Seattle's offense is still a puzzle.
Ex-Seahawk Robbie Tobeck talks about the Washington game with KJR's Hugh Millen and Ian Furness in this audio link.
It looks like T.O got it going again against the 49ers last week, which could mean bad news for Seattle.
Dallas Pro-Bowl cornerback Terrance Newman, who sat out last week with a groin strain, is expected to play against Seattle.
And it looks like Adam "Pacman" Jones will get yet another chance to play in the league. He's back at practice with Dallas, although he won't get a chance to play until the team's Dec. 7 game against Pittsburgh.
San Francisco 49ers
The Niners are 1-3 under Mike Singletary, but getting better in some areas, reporter Tom FitzGerald of the San Francisco Chronicle.
More FitzGerald: Some news and notes, including the 49ers struggles in the red zone.
Ann Killion of the San Jose Mercury News says the 49ers are back to square one, with Singletary only creating the illusion of progress.
Matt Maiocco of the Santa Rosa Press Democrats offers some tidbits from Singletary's Monday press conference.
After a disappointing loss to the N.Y. Giants the Cardinals will turn their attention to a Thanksgiving night game against Philadelphia, reports Bob McManaman of the Arizona Republic.
Darren Urban of azcardinals.com takes a similar approach here, with Arizona's Darnell Dockett commenting on the fact his team will be playing another game in 72 hours.
The Cardinals are 6-14-2 on Thanksgiving, reports Mike Tulumello of the East Valley Tribune.
St. Louis Rams
Jim Haslett may be losing his grip on a permanent coaching gig in St. Louis, reports Dan Arkush of Pro Football Weekly.
According to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Haslett has been told by the team's ownership group that he must win two more games to stick around has head coach.
Offensive lineman Richie Incognito is warned by Haslett after taunting fans at the end of the team's loss to Chicago.