Week 13 of the NFL is upon us and many excellent games are slated for this Sunday. The Seattle Seahawks already played their game on Thursday night, defeating the Philadelphia Eagles 31-14. The Cardinals will take on the always hated Cowboys, while the Rams and 49ers will square off against each other in San Francisco.
So what's going on around the division? Hit the jump to find out.
The good, the bad and the ugly from the Seahawks/Eagles game.
After losing their right tackle, James Carpenter, the Seattle Seahawks lost their left tackle, Russel Okung, to a torn pectoral muscle on Thursday night. These two aren't the only tackles that are now on the IR in the NFC West.
Tarvaris Jackson had his best game as a Seahawk against the Eagles, so playing someone else in his place probably won't be necessary.
Marshawn Lynch and the Seahawks will look to make a deal towards a contract extension in the offseason.
Injuries within the wide receiver corps have forced the Seahawks to look for another go-to-guy. That guy, so far, has been Golden Tate.
Rams injury news along with the question of whether or not the Rams should bother risking further injury to Sam Bradford.
Many have speculated that Rams GM, Billy Devaney will be fired after the season. Here are some possible replacements.
Not only has the GM of the Rams come under scrutiny, but so has the head coach. Steve Spagnuolo could be out after 2011. Could Rob Ryan (the current defensive coordinator of the Dallas Cowboys) be a possible replacement?
The Rams' offense is leading the league in a couple of offensive categories, but they're not the kind you brag about...
Trying to find comparisons between the Rams and the 49ers is not an easy thing to do. Luckily, Mike Sando attempts to do that in this article.
A breakdown of the 49ers and Rams week 13 injury reports.
A look at 49ers offensive coordinator, Greg Roman's comments about 49ers rookie QB Colin Kaepernick and whether we'll see him get some playing time before the end of the 2011 season.
Despite the good season for the 49ers, ticket prices will not be increased next season.
If the 49ers want to do some damage in the playoffs, their passing game will have to improve.
Who gets credit for putting the talented 49ers team together?