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Week 2 of the NFL season sees the Dallas Cowboys head up to Seattle to face Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks. The Seahawks are coming off a tough loss down in Arizona, where their offense was pretty inept for the first half before showing some signs of life - enough to put a few points on the board - in the 2nd. Wilson's rookie debut wasn't great - he was harried, rushed, and pounded as the offensive line simply handed out free roundtrip tickets into Wilson's face to Darnell Dockett and company. Marshawn Lynch had another typically productive day, averaging 4 YPC against a fairly stout Arizona defense. Penalties were a huge issue on both sides of the ball.

The defense, for the most part, did pretty good- except for when Kevin Kolb torched them to score what would end up being the winning touchdown. The special teams was, somewhat surprisingly, fairly stellar; Leon Washington was running up and down the field, putting the team on his back and giving them amazing field position, and Patrick Peterson, one of the most dangerous return men in the nation, was held in check for the entire game.

Any other questions, just shoot them towards us in the comments. Also, please rec this post to keep it at the top of the stack until after the game. Thanks.

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