Chawk lines opponents

The Seahawks are off this weekend, but most of their remaining opponents play. The Hawks run through a three-week gauntlet starting Thanksgiving night in which they face the 49ers twice and the Eagles in between. The Eagles are at the 49ers on Sunday.

After the Hawks play the Redskins on “Monday Night Football” next week, they host the Cowboys. Dallas plays New Orleans on Sunday night.

Field Gulls breaks down the viewing opportunities.

The Eagles (3-0) have rallied from 10-point deficits in every game so far, and the 49ers (1-2) have yet to score in the fourth quarter as they have blown leads in both losses.

The Cowboys are dealing with a mutiny by cornerback Morris Claiborne (yeah, another LSU chump) as Drew Brees comes to town ready to dominate them again.

Some more thoughts on the Redskins’ meltdown vs. the New York Giants (the Hawks host the Giants in Week 10) …

“This was a total team debacle. And total domination by the Giants in all phases,” Washington coach Jay Gruden said.

Kirk Cousins is a fast starter who tends to fall apart, according to this analysis of what went wrong Thursday.