On Deck will be here all season to provide you with everything you need to know (and a few things you don't) about every Cowboys game during the 2015 season.
The Opponent: The Seahawks had their best showing of the year on Thursday night in a dismantling of the 49ers on the road. Their defense was lights out, like Seahawks defenses of old, and their rushing attack was back to normal as Marshawn Lynch rushed for 122 yards and a score.
Past Meetings: The teams have met 16 times, and the Cowboys hold a 10-6 all-time record against the Seahawks.
Who's Hot: As previously mentioned, Marshawn Lynch returned from an injury and had his best game of the season, turning in an outing worthy of his #BeastMode moniker. Rookie wide receiver Tyler Lockett had 79 yards and a touchdown and continues to excel on special teams, as well. Defensive lineman Michael Bennett had 3 1/2 sacks of Colin Kaepernick in the Seahawks' 20-3 win.
Darren McFadden had his best game as a Cowboy, and his best game in years, for that matter, as the veteran running back had 29 carries for 152 yards and a touchdown run while also having a touchdown reception called back on what was a pretty questionable penalty. Terrance Williams had four catches for 70 yards, benefitting from Matt Cassel being under center and being willing to throw to his wideouts.
Who's Not: Jimmy Graham has still yet to acclimate himself to the Seahawks' offense, and he caught just two balls on Thursday and has really had one effective game in his new digs after leaving the Saints via a blockbuster trade. Russell Wilson wasn't terrible, throwing for 235 yards and a score, but he did toss two interceptions, which isn't very characteristic of the young Seattle quarterback.
Cole Beasley didn't record a catch in Sunday's loss and also had the key punt muff in the closing minutes when he could've given the Cowboys a chance, albeit meager, to tie or win the game. Matt Cassel had some shining moments in his Cowboys debut, but he also threw three interceptions, including a pick-six.