Early Monday morning, head coach Pete Carroll joined the team's flagship radio station 710 ESPN Seattle for his weekly conversation with Brock Huard and Danny O'Neil.
"It was an unusual game," Carroll said of Sunday's 20-13 win over the Tennessee Titans at CenturyLink Field. "A very unusual game the way things kind of unfolded."
Unusual indeed. The normally ball-secure Seahawks coughed up the football five times - the most fumbles in any game since December 2000, but were fortunate to lose just two of those to the Titans.
"We didn't feel comfortable there," Carroll said. "But we stayed with it, got ahead and took the game over."
Below are a couple more nuggets from Carroll's Monday conversation with "Brock and Danny"
- Carroll is "very encouraged" by the progress of wide receiver
Percy Harvin(hip), who is eligible to come off the team's physically unable to perform (PUP) list this week. Carroll noted Harvin is "getting really close" to a return, but is not sure if he will practice this week until conferring with team physicians.
- Tight end
Zach Miller, who has missed the team's last two games with a hamstring injury, will be "full go" during the week of practice and is expected back for Week 7 in Arizona.
- Defensive end
Chris Clemonshad an MRI done this morning on the elbow he hyper-extended in Sunday's game against the Titans, but Carroll had yet to receive the results. X-rays on the injury came back negative and Carroll said the team will "wait and see" on Clemons' availability for Thursday night.
- Carroll credited center
Max Unger's return to the improvement seen in pass protection along offensive line, noting quarterback Russell Wilson had more time to sit in the pocket and make throws down field.
- Before cornerback
Richard Sherman's fourth-quarter interception, Carroll said secondary coach Kris Richard got the defensive backs together and let the group know an "impatient" play like that would be coming from the Titans. Prior to the play, Carroll said Richard was calling out to Sherman from the sideline, "They're going up!" and Sherman was able to take the ball away.
We'll hear more reaction from coach Carroll later today when he meets with reporters at 2:15 p.m. PT at Virginia Mason Athletic Center. You can watch that press conference live at shwks.com/live.