Good morning, 12th Man.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Monday, February 10 - about your Seattle Seahawks:
Jay Geriach, a former professor of quarterback
One week after the fact, Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times shares 10 random thoughts about the Seahawks victory in Super Bowl XLVIII.
Jerry Brewer of the Seattle Times says the Seahawks aren't close to satisfied after their historic season.
Greg Cosell of Yahoo! Sports breaks down how the Seahawks defense so thoroughly dominated the Denver Broncos offense.
Doug Farrar of SI.com uses the All-22 coaches film to demonstrate the Seahawks' defensive domination last week against the Broncos.
Farrar and Chris Burke of SI.com break down several storylines to keep on your radar this offseason.
Amy Brachmann of ESPN.com spends some time with defensive ends
Rich Cimini of ESPN.com lays out a few key offseason dates to know, the first of which comes February 17 - when teams can begin applying the franchise tag to players.
Brady Henderson and Brock Huard of 710Sports.com wrap up the season's "Chalk Talk" sessions with a look at wide receiver
Mike Ditka, writing for the Chicago Sun-Times, believes the Seahawks can repeat as Super Bowl champions, and will be around for a long time.
Tom Van Riper of Forbes.com says with last Sunday's Seahawks Super Bowl win, Seattle has removed itself from the "Most Miserable Sports Cities" list.
Mike Klis of the Denver Post says last Sunday's Super Bowl quickly became a battle of attitudes.
Rob Maaddi of the Associated Press leads his Top 12 questions for the NFL offseason with, "Are the Seahawks capable of being a dynasty?"
Chris Wesseling of NFL.com says a healthy Percy Harvin is one of the main reasons why the Seahawks will be favored to repeat as Super Bowl champions in 2014.
Manouk Akopyan of NFL.com shares the story of several Seahawks fans uniting to help out a homeless 49ers fan.
Adam Schein of NFL.com has a list of the nine most-intriguing teams to watch this offseason.
Gary Lott, writing for northwestmilitary.com, describes the large role the Washington National Guard played in last Wednesday's Super Bowl victory parade.@TonyDrovetto