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After pushing a 38-yard field goal attempt wide right just before halftime Sunday, Blair Walsh is eight for his last 14 and 20 of 27 on the season. Pete Carroll was asked Wednesday what the Seahawks are seeing in Walsh to make them continue to feel comfortable with him. “He’s a good kicker," Carroll said. "He's got a great leg, he's got terrific mechanics, great habits, his mentality stays strong. Yeah, he missed a couple here and there, but he's doing things right and gives himself a chance. So he’s our guy; that’s what we've got. We're hoping he’s going to come through."

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Rams ILB Alec Ogletree, on containing Seahawks QB Russell Wilson: "I feel like every week, everybody's trying to figure out ways to stop him. I think it's more just trying to slow him down."

Alden Gonzalez, ESPN Staff Writer
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Patriots

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Devin McCourty explains why he is happy to have WR Kenny Britt on the Patriots.

Mike Reiss, ESPN Staff Writer
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Rams

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Rams WR Robert Woods, who missed the last three weeks, said he's "feeling good" and that he's "very confident" in his previously sprained left shoulder.

Alden Gonzalez, ESPN Staff Writer
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Seahawks

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Seahawks defensive lineman Quinton Jefferson called the sideline incident Sunday in Jacksonville "unfortunate" and said he wished it hadn't escalated to that level. Jefferson attempted to climb into the stands to confront a fan after several drinks were thrown at him, including one that nearly hit his head. Jefferson said he didn't recall a fan using a racial slur towards him, which is alleged by teammate Jarran Reed. Jefferson said one fan made a derogatory comment about his mother.

Brady Henderson, ESPN

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