Bye comes at perfect time for Okung & Chancellor

Kam Chancellor during the fourth quarter against Denver (Getty)The Seahawks dodged a couple of injury bullets against Denver and have to hope they are not issues that linger and become big problems later in the season.

Left tackle Russell Okung returned despite suffering a shoulder injury and strong safety Kam Chancellor played with bone spurs in an ankle — playing so well that he garnered NFC defensive player of the week honors.

For both Okung and Chancellor, the bye comes at the perfect time. And Seahawks fans have to hope they can tough it through the season.

Injuries have messed with both players during their short careers.

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Marshawn Lynch tells Marcus Trufant and the Barbershop fellas that he had to “RIP” one of his dreadlocks and why he was “never meant to be famous.”

See what Pete Carroll said about the win over Denver on his way out the door for the bye week.

Sean Tomlinson of Bleacher Report dissects Seattle’s dominance of Peyton Manning.

Of course, there was one drive that Manning dominated, and Doug Farrar of breaks that down in more detail.

Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times rates Seattle’s old AFC West rivalries.

After Chris Harris said Russell Wilson — a third-round pick in 2012 — is better than Andrew Luck, the No. 1 pick overall that year, plenty of folks have chimed in. Here’s what Ben Peterson of Field Gulls says.

Jerry Brewer of The Seattle Times addresses the idea that Wilson is the NFL’s best quarterback.

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And Mike Tanier of Bleacher Report goes further with a historical look at major QB draft classes.