Good morning, 12th Man.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today, Thursday, October 10, about your Seattle Seahawks:
Danny O'Neil of 710Sports.com reports middle linebacker
Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times talks with linebacker
Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR AM has his report from Wednesday, noting pass protection from the offensive line remains a concern heading into Week 6.
In his latest "Chalk Talk" segment with a look back at last Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts, Brock Huard of 710Sports.com breaks down the 73-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Andrew Luck to wide receiver T.Y. Hilton.
Dan Graziano of ESPN.com puts running back Marshawn Lynch at No. 8 in his latest MVP Watch. Why? Graziano explains, "...because he's a dirty-work monster who can make his cuts off either leg and can't be killed with conventional weapons." Yeah, that's a pretty accurate definition of the club's Beast Mode back.
Greg A. Bedard of TheMMQB.com breaks down a Week 5 play that saw Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck and wide receiver T.Y. Hilton beat the Seahawks secondary for a 29-yard touchdown.
Jack Bechta of the National Football Post put together the NFL's five most-trusted teams and the Seahawks show up on his list.
The panel of NFL experts at CBSSports.com has their picks in for Week 6 of the 2013 NFL season, and nine out of nine of those polled pick the Seahawks over the Titans this Sunday at CenturyLink Field.
Nick Eaton of SeattlePI.com has a photo essay depicting the injuries the Seahawks have had to deal with thus far.
Matthew Asher of CBS Seattle writes why last Sunday's loss to the Colts shouldn't be considered an upset.
Here at Seahawks.com, I recap several bits of news and personnel notes from head coach Pete Carroll's Wednesday press conference ahead of Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans.
And Digital Media Reporter Clare Farnsworth says linebacker K.J. Wright is ready to fill Bobby Wagner's shoes if needed, looks at the team's struggles on third down, and puts the focus on the return of center Max Unger.
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