What the media are saying before Seahawks-Giants game

What the media are saying before Seahawks-Giants game

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SEATTLE, WA - NOVEMBER 03: Running back Mike James #25 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers rushes against defensive end Chris Clemons #91 of the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field on November 3, 2013 in Seattle, Washington. The Seahawks defeated the Buccaneers 27-24 in overtime. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)


by KING 5 News


Posted on December 13, 2013 at 9:02 AM

Updated Friday, Dec 13 at 9:10 AM

Here is a look at what media around the country are saying about the Seahawks and Giants ahead of their Sunday match-up.

NY Giants won’t trash mighty Seahawks | NY Daily News

"After guaranteeing wins against the Chiefs and Cowboys, Big Blue is staying quiet before Seattle matchup."

Seahawks could give Cruz what he craves | ESPN

"(Wide receiver Victor) Cruz says he takes it as a compliment that opposing coaches are scheming for him and concentrating extra attention his way. As for what Seattle will do, he's hopeful but not certain." -- Dan Graziano

Marshawn Lynch plans for DUI trial | ESPN

"It's likely we will get this postponed until after the Super Bowl," (attorney Ian) Golde said Tuesday.

2013 Seahawks defensive stats: Seattle is very good at what matters to Pete Carroll | SB Nation

"After 13 games, I think it's easy to see what is important to the Seahawks and what isn't. I think Pete Carroll has some pretty ambitious goals for this team, and I when I look at the statistical tables, Seattle ends up ranking in the top 5 in almost every category that matters to Pete Carroll." -- Davis Hsu

Wilson not interested in baseball, but some think he should be | Pro Football Talk

"Wilson’s 'Go ‘Hawks!' attitude is refreshing, but if he carries that mindset too deeply into his career, he’s going to get hosed.  Having options means having leverage." -- Mike Florio

NY Giants remove Super Bowl countdown calendar | NFL.com

"All season long, the Around The League gang has been "sticking a fork" in teams we don't believe can make the playoffs. This week, the wandering New York Giants forked themselves." -- Marc Sessler

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