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Seahawks-49ers injury report

Post by Todd Dybas / The News Tribune on Dec. 4, 2013 at 5:23 pm with 15 Comments »
December 4, 2013 5:28 pm

Brandon Browner was a limited participant in practice. For San Francisco, LT Joe Staley and G Mike Iupati did not participate.

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  1. With the way Maxwell and Lane filled in, I’m not real sure that Browner and Thurmond is such a tremendous loss.

    Browner seems to be a liability and is 50/50 in terms of getting called for PI.

  2. RDPoulsbo says:

    This is the same head fake stuff you get from injury reports like we had with Harvin last week. I doubt Staley and Iupati will be active Sunday. Even if they are, both will be very limited in what they can do.

  3. from Condotta:

    Special teams

    Seattle has consistently won the special teams battle all season, and continues with one of the most amazing stats this year in the NFL. The Seahawks have allowed just 15 yards on punt returns and none in the past four games. In fact, Seattle is suddenly within reach of what is one of the league’s oldest records. The record for fewest punt return yards allowed in a season is 22 by the Green Bay Packers in 1967 (the team that won Super Bowl II), though that was in a 14-game season.

    Special teams has been a huge reason Seattle leads the NFL with 16.3 percent of drives starting in opponents’ territory.

  4. raymaines says:

    Right this minute we’re OK without BB and WT3 but depth ain’t deep without them.

  5. raymaines says:

    and about that 15 yards of punt returns: The very first punt of the year was returned for 10 yards and there has been a grant total of FIVE yards in the last 11.9 games. Wowie – Zowie. Go Hawks

  6. Iupati is the only guard that I’ve ever really seen consistently handle Mebane. If he’s less than 100% (which he’ll obviously be) that’s going to be a big advantage.

  7. Dukeshire says:

    Bobby – That’s a good point. If Mebane can be as disruptive Sunday as he was against the Saints, SF’s offense will have a very difficult time. Take away their ability to trap and their running game become pedestrian.

  8. Vegas56 says:

    Depth is the single most important feature of a great football team. The Seahawks have the best depth….easily, as is said in Moseahawk12’s posted article.

  9. seatowntp says:

    ESPN analyst Louis Riddick, a former NFL personnel executive, maintains that the Seahawks are the deepest team in the league.

    “Easily,” Riddick said. “It’s not even close when comparing the rest of the league.”

    When the season began, Riddick said excluding specialists, he rated six players on the roster that were not of starting caliber.

    “They are so deep defensively, they have to deactivate people on game days that would start for other teams,” Riddick said.
    http://tinyurl.com/pxcn8fy

    Thanks for the link Mo

  10. raymaines says:

    I’m hearing a rumor that Russell Wilson is the NFC’s reigning Offensive Player of the Week. How did I miss that announcement?

  11. Singularitarian says:

    I really can’t understand how SF can be favored in this game, especially with 2 all pro lineman out. I think papa might have to put a little suh-n suh-n on this one.

  12. raymaines says:

    Duke: Thank you.

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