NFC West Report: Seahawks Escape Broncos


In the NFC West Report, we keep you covered on the San Francisco 49ers divisional rivals.*

St. Louis Rams

Week 3: 34-31 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.

Notes: This tied the Rams largest blown lead in team history... They had a 21-0, second-quarter lead following cornerback Janoris Jenkins' 25-yard pick-six... Quarterback Austin Davis, who started in place of the injured Shaun Hill, threw for 327 yards and three touchdowns but also was intercepted twice.

Week 4:St. Louis has its bye.

Arizona Cardinals

Week 3: 23-14 win over the 49ers.

Notes: The Cardinals won their first game in their last five tries against the 49ers... Starting a second straight week for the injured Carson Palmer, Drew Stanton passed for 244 yards and two third-quarter touchdowns to rookie wideout John Brown... The team is hopeful that Palmer can begin throwing this week... Rookie kicker Chandler Catanzaro was 3-of-3 on field-goal attempts and hasn't missed in the first nine tries of his NFL career... The Cardinals had just nine players on the field when they blocked Phil Dawson's fourth-quarter field-goal attempt... Cornerback Antonio Cromartie, who left the game with an apparent knee injury, is day-to-day with a bone bruise.

Week 4:Arizona has its bye.


Seattle Seahawks

Week 3: 26-20 overtime win over the Denver Broncos.

Notes: The Super Bowl rematch went into the extra period after the Broncos scored 17 fourth-quarter points... Punter Jon Ryan was dominating, pinning Denver inside of its 20-yard line five times while maintaining a 50.2 yard average... Safety Earl Thomas and tackle Russell Okung both left the game before returning.

Week 4:Seattle has its bye.

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