Seattle 30 – St. Louis 13
Rookie Doug Baldwin blocked a punt and caught a touchdown pass, and the Seattle Seahawks beat the St. Louis Rams 30-13 on “Monday Night Football.” Seattle (6-7) remains alive in the race for an NFC wild-card playoff spot as a result of the victory
Philadelphia Eagles at Seattle Seahawks – 8:20 PM
Week 13′s Thursday night game features a matchup of 2010 NFC playoff teams who are both having disappointing 2011 seasons. Despite numerous off-season acquisitions, Philadelphia (4-7) is only mathematically alive in the NFC East
The 2010 season ended like a nightmare for the Saints defense. Actually, it was worse than a nightmare, because Marshawn Lynch's game winning TD run in the Seahawks playoff upset wasn't a dream. Gregg Williams and the Saints defense couldn't pinch themselves to wake-up. The bad taste of defeat is still in their mouths, and Williams won't let them wash it out yet.
Before the NFL lockout began 118 days ago, the Seattle Seahawks reportedly offered the Philadelphia Eagles a trade package that included a first-round pick in exchange for quarterback Kevin Kolb. Matt Hasselbeck is set to become a free agent when the lockout is lifted, and Charlie Whitehurst is not starter material. However, a look at the recent history of trades for quarterbacks might make the Seahawks reconsider their offer for Kolb.
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