Good Morning: Russell Wilson Is Must-See TV

Russell Wilson dominated the Arizona Cardinals with tremendous poise and ridiculous playmaking. He lost to the Cards in his debut last year, but made sure this game wasn't in doubt with several long drives that resulted in touchdowns. Wilson made a lot of plays outside the pocket, and turned many broken plays into big gains. Simply put, Wilson is must-see TV. Seattle rolled, 34-22.


Mike Napoli keeps coming to the rescue for the Boston Red Sox, as they took a 3-2 series lead after a 4-3 victory, despite the best efforts of Jose Iglesias.


LeBron James and Dwyane Wade had some thoughts on KG and Paul Pierce leaving Boston.

"I think the first thing I thought was, 'Wow, Ray got killed for leaving Boston, and now these guys are leaving Boston,'" James said. "I think it's OK; I didn't mind it. But there were a couple guys who basically [expletive] on Ray for leaving, and now they're leaving.


KG clapped back, telling LeBron to worry about his own team.


Allen Iverson will officially announce his retirement at the first Sixers home game.


Carlos Ortiz, an associate of Aaron Hernandez, will face accessory to murder charges.


Tony Gonzalez says he's happy in Atlanta.


Chris Paul was having fun at practice.




Kerry Washington was a guest judge on the final season of Project Runway.


The Pro Era released a post Hip-Hop Awards cypher.




Mark Zuckerberg's sister wrote a children's book about how much richer life is when you look away from the screen.


The New York Times describes frustration, confusion and reaction to the Tea Party after the shutdown from conservatives with mixed feelings. The good news is that members of both sides already started negotiating ahead of the new December deadline.


North Korea opened Propaganda Park.




DJ Khaled released another track with J. Cole and his labelmate Bas.