Good morning, 12th Man.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Tuesday, November 19 - about your Seattle Seahawks:
Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times looks at where the Seahawks stand now and at what lies ahead as the club enters its Week 12 bye.
Dave Boling of the Tacoma News Tribune outlines how head coach Pete Carroll would like his players to spend their well-deserved week off.
Danny O'Neil of 710Sports.com shares three things we learned and three things we're still trying to figure out following Sunday's win over the Vikings. O'Neil also takes stock of where the Seahawks sit through Week 11 and of where its roster sits as the team heads into the bye week.
Brady Henderson of 710Sports.com writes how the Seahawks have returned to their run-stopping ways the past two weeks.
John Boyle of the Everett Herald says the Seahawks know their 10-1 start to the regular season won't mean much if the club can't keep it going after the bye week.
Terry Blount of ESPN.com highlights some key numbers as the Seahawks head into their bye week, noting the team's franchise-record 13 consecutive wins at home are also the longest active home winning streak in the NFL. The Denver Broncos are next-closest with 12. Blount also passes word that cornerback
Steve Rudman of SportsPressNW.com has a look at the history of teams that have started the season 10-1, noting 17 of the 18 before the Seahawks won division titles, six reached the Super Bowl, and three won the Super Bowl.
Mike Silver of NFL.com catches up with head coach Pete Carroll following the Seahawks win against the Vikings. Silver writes, "In his fourth season in Seattle, Carroll has assembled an NFL team of his dreams -- a chillingly efficient, potent, unflappable and well-rounded outfit that appears to be nowhere close to peaking."
There was some practice squad shuffling late Monday afternoon, as quarterback
SI.com polled 321 NFL players on which team's fans are the toughest to play against, and Seattle's 12th Man came in at No. 4 on the list behind the Philadelphia Eagles (No. 1), Pittsburgh Steelers (No. 2), and Oakland Raiders (No. 3).
"Bussell Wilson," the short bus turned Seahawks tailgating machine, won the auction for the first Seahawks No. 3 license plate. The price tag? Only $15,533. But that's chump change compared to what the No. 12 plate went for - a whopping $42,299.
And Digital Media Reporter Clare Farnsworth has a look at what worked following the Seahawks' Week 11 win, shares head coach Pete Carroll's bye-week message to the club, and puts the focus on the improved offensive line play we witnessed on Sunday against the Vikings.
Did I miss anything you think is worthy of inclusion? Let me know on Twitter @TonyDrovetto