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3-3, 2nd in NFC West
Remembering Allen's impact in Seattle (1:40)

Brady Henderson ESPN 

David Moore continues to look like Seattle's new No. 3 receiver. For the second straight week, Moore finished third among Seahawks receivers in offensive snaps behind Doug Baldwin and Tyler Lockett and ahead of Brandon Marshall and Jaron Brown. That doesn't figure to change anytime soon given Moore's production over those two games: five catches for 85 yards and two touchdowns.

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Frank Clark had 2.5 sacks and forced a pair of fumbles that the Seahawks recovered in their win over the Raiders. He did that despite playing only 29 of Seattle's 60 defensive snaps. Pete Carroll said postgame that Clark got sick in the second half. Nazair Jones got 26 defensive snaps a week after he was a healthy inactive.

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The Seahawks' win today was the 91st for Pete Carroll in Seattle, counting regular-season and postseason games. That broke a tie with Mike Holmgren for the most by any head coach in franchise history. Since Carroll arrived in 2010, the Seahawks are now 82-51 in the regular season and 9-5 in the postseason.

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A week after he was only thrown to once, Doug Baldwin led the Seahawks with six catches for 91 yards on eight targets in their win over the Raiders Sunday. He also got behind Oakland's defense for what could have been a long touchdown had Russell Wilson's throw not been a hair too deep. It's a good sign for Baldwin given the recent questions about his ability to continue to produce like a No.1 receive while playing on two recently-injured knees and in an offense that has become increasingly run-heavy of late. "He played a great football game," Pete Carroll sad. "He really looks like he's back and ready to go. That's a big deal to us."

Saturday: Seahawks are best 3-3 team in NFL (1:16)

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The Seahawks have a lot of season still ahead of them, but the playoffs no longer seem as far-fetched as they did at the start of the year. They're 3-3 heading into their bye after cruising to a 27-3 win over the Raiders in London and have looked the part of a playoff team since their 0-2 start. The NFC is wide open even with the Rams in complete control of the division. Plus, the Seahawks will have Ed Dickson and potentially K.J. Wright available for the first time this year when they face the Lions in two weeks. The arrow is pointing up for Seattle.

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

The Seattle Seahawks have completed a one-sided victory at Wembley. Or should that be another one-sided victory at Wembley. Their 24-point win follows on from four London blowouts last year, with the average margin of victory over 25 points for the last five matches here. Still, all four winning teams last year made the playoffs, so there's plenty for the Seahawks to be cheered by on the long flight back home.

Tom Hamilton Senior Writer 

We have a stadium record for the London series with 84,922 folk here at Wembley. On the field the Seahawks are in complete control against the Raiders and up in the sky, the rain is back! And coinciding with the heaven's opening is the first Mexican Wave of the day...

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The Seahawks have cruised to a 17-0 lead over the Raiders after one of their better first-half performances in a while. It's been a similar formula to the previous three weeks: a run-heavy attack (17 rushes on 30 offensive snaps), efficient and mistake-free play from Russell Wilson (9 of 13, 115 yards, two touchdowns, no interceptions) and a takeaway on defense (via a Frank Clark strip sack). One difference today is that Seattle's pass-rush has been hounding Derek Carr. Pete Carroll will be irked that the Seahawks have been flagged seven times for 54 yards, but that's something they can get away with against a bad Raiders team.

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The Seahakws, notoriously slow starters on offense for several seasons, just opened their game against the Raiders with a 14-play, 82-yard drive capped by a touchdown pass from Russell Wilson to Jaron Brown. They went 3 for 3 on third down and held the ball for more than seven minutes. That's something we haven't seen in a long time. Before that, the Seahawks hadn't scored a touchdown on their opening drive since Week 3 of the 2016 season. They ran it on their first seven snaps then got a 24-yard screen pass to first-round pick Rashaad Penny, his first big play as a Seahawk.

Tom Hamilton Senior Writer 

The most exciting celebrity spot so far at Wembley for Seahawks-Raiders (by means of perspective, I am short-sighted, my glasses are nicely scratched and I am a fair way from the pitch) is Rainn Wilson, of The Office fame. Michael Vaughan, former England cricket captain is also here, but would struggle to match Dwight Schrute's wit.

Steven Saunders ESPN UK 

The 12s are out in force at Wembley! Jaron Brown's opening TD for Seattle was met with the kind of ear-piercing cheer that would normally greet an England goal at this stadium. Seahawks fans are making a good case for being the loudest support for any one team in all of the NFL games in London since 2007.

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The Seahawks lead the NFL in rushing over the past three games with 474 yards. If they're going to keep that up today against the Raiders in London they'll have to do it with a depleted group of tight ends. Nick Vannett was on the injury report this week and was listed as questionable, but Pete Carroll said he'd play, so he's a surprise inactive. That means they're down to Darrell Daniels and Tyrone Swoopes (who was added from the practice squad yesterday) as their only two true tight ends today. George Fant has also been used in that role as an eligible third tackle. Not having Dion Jordan is also significant. The Seahawks have had a hard enough time getting pressure on opposing quarterbacks. Now they're without Jordan in addition to Rasheem Green, who had been ruled out. Expect Quinton Jefferson to start again at end opposite Frank Clark.

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The Seahawks' inactives against the Raiders in London: defensive end Dion Jordan, defensive end Rasheem Green, tight end Nick Vannett, running back C.J. Prosise, linebacker K.J. Wright, guard Jordan Simmons, safety T.J. Green.

Tom Hamilton Senior Writer 

Meet Jason from Seattle and Nathan from Texas who are both big Seahawks fans. They're here at Wembley to see their side take on the Raiders, looking to make it 3-3.

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The Seahawks have signed Tyrone Swoopes from their practice squad and waived receiver Keenan Reynolds. Swoopes give them a third tight end behind Nick Vannett, who was on the injury report this week, and Darrell Daniels. Pete Carroll said Vannett will play Sunday against the Raiders in London.

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Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner said he expects Marshawn Lynch to "talk a lot of trash" Sunday like he used to when they were teammates. "When we were playing with each other, he was always talking about (how) he was going to run me over but we never got a chance to go against each other," Wagner said. "This will be his opportunity. I'm definitely going to try to catch him slipping a couple of times. He thinks we're going to go low. I'm not going to go low. I'm going to go high on him, maybe give him a forearm. It might be a flag, though."

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The Seahawks list defensive end Dion Jordan as questionable for Sunday's game against the Raiders in London. He didn't practice Friday along with starting tight end Nick Vannett, though Pete Carroll called it a rest day for Vannett and said he'll play. Seattle will already be down one defensive end with rookie Rasheem Green still sidelined because of his ankle injury. He and linebacker K.J. Wright are ruled out for Sunday.

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Kam Chancellor traveled with the Seahawks to London. The injured strong safety has been spending time with the team and, according to Pete Carroll, has remained an important presence even though his playing career is over. "He's been with the team all year," Carroll said. "Traveling with us now is just another statement of how we want him connected to us and we'd like him to be connected to us always. He helps young guys, he helps old guys, he helps coaches. He's just one of those guys that has a way about him. It fits and makes other people play better and do better. He's an inspiration and a great guy to have with us."

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Shaquill Griffin said he got about six hours of sleep during the Seahawks' nine-hour flight to London. It helped to have a first-class seat that reclined all the way. "This plane was really nice," he told reporters. "Pete (Carroll) definitely made sure we were comfortable on this one." Rookies like his twin brother Shaquem weren't as lucky. "The rookies didn't have that seat," Shaquem said. "I don't know what he's talking about ... I didn't get that experience of it. I was definitely comfortable and I slept well. They had it blocked off, so we didn't know what was going on with the vets. I'm pretty sure they were living good up there, but, you know, we got here safely."

Team Stats

Passing Yards197.228th
Rushing Yards127.89th
Points For23.818th
Points Against19.5Tied-5th

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