Here are five things to know about Seattle's Monday night matchup against Detroit.
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Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll indicated Saturday that the MRI on Marshawn Lynch's hamstring did not come back completely clean.
More trouble coming for the Lions?
Detroit is 0-3 and has to head to Seattle this week to face the Seahawks. ESPN's Football Power Index has the Seahawks as nearly 4-to-1 favorites for Monday night's game.
Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer
Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch is officially questionable for Monday night's game with a hamstring injury. He will likely go through an on-field routine with the trainers Monday afternoon to see how he feels. Nose tackle Brandon Mebane is questionable (groin) too. If he can't play, Jordan Hill will get the start. Hill played well in Week 3 vs. the Bears.
Get Thomas Rawls on your roster
Sure, the undrafted rookie from Central Michigan is no Marshawn Lynch. But Lynch is banged up, and anyone who could inherit the lead role on a run-heavy Seattle offense is a must-own. Fantasy cheat sheet (Insider)
Seattle has sent extra pressure 18.7 percent of the time this season. Last season under Dan Quinn, the Seahawks blitzed 26.7 percent of the time.
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Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer
Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch did not participate in practice Friday and continues to look like a gametime decision for Monday night's matchup against the Lions. Even if he's able to go, chances are rookie Thomas Rawls will still mix in and get a fair share of carries.
Another letdown from the Lions?
The Seahawks (-10) are major favorites against the Lions this week. After letting him down in the first two weeks, does Dave Tuley think Detroit can keep it close against Seattle? Tuley's bets (Insider)
Nowhere to run for Detroit
The Lions are last in the NFL with only 45 rush yards per game. Facing a defense in Seattle that has dominated opposing passing attacks, the ground game needs to finally show up for Detroit. NFL Nation Week 4 predictions
A year after committing the seventh-most penalties in the NFL, the Seahawks have been flagged 18 times in 2015 -- tied for second fewest in the league.
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In 48 games over the first three weeks, according to STATS research, 878 penalties have been called. That's an average of 18.3 per game, up from 17.1 per game in the first three weeks of 2014.
The Seahawks likely won't know if Marshawn Lynch is playing this week until right before game time.
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