Good morning, 12th Man.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today, Wednesday, September 18, about your Seattle Seahawks:
Sticking with Sherman, he has his latest column up on TheMMQB.com, sharing his and the team's mentality heading into and coming out of big games, "No matter who we play, we remember two things: the final score, and whether we met our goals."
Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times talks with Ryan O'Halloran, who covers the Jacksonville Jaguars for the Florida Times-Union, going over five questions heading into the Seahawks' Week 3 game at CenturyLink Field.
Eric Williams of the Tacoma News Tribune notes the Seahawks released defensive tackle Sealver Siliga from the team's Practice Squad, adding defensive end
Danny O'Neil of 710Sports.com reads between the lines of head coach Pete Carroll's Monday press conference.
Brock Huard of 710Sports.com breaks down
NFL.com Around the League writer Gregg Rosenthal lists Russell Wilson at No. 9 in his latest quarterback index.
Robert Mays of Grantland.com has a detailed account of the atmosphere surrounding Sunday's Seahawks-49ers matchup at CenturyLink Field, outlining how the Seahawks have become the "Coolest Team in the NFL."
For more on last Sunday's atmosphere, GuinnessWorldRecords.com has officially recognized CenturyLink Field for the "loudest crowd roar at a sports stadium" for it's 136.6 dbA reading during a goal-line stand in the 3rd quarter against the 49ers.
In addition to the 12th Man, Sean Gregory of Time Sports credits the architectural designers behind CenturyLink Field for the record-breaking sound.
NBC Sports notes that Sunday's Seahawks-49ers game was the most-watched primetime game between West Coast teams in 18 years, drawing an average of 20.5 million viewers.
Here at Seahawks.com, I answer several of your questions that came out of the Seahawks 29-3 win over the 49ers in the latest edition of our #HawksMailbag.
Digital Media Reporter Clare Farnsworth has an early look at the Jacksonville Jaguars, shares comments from head coach Pete Carroll as the team readies for Week 3, and puts the focus on defensive tackle
And for some "Hump Day" humor, late night host Jimmy Fallon recently featured the Seahawks and 49ers matchup in his "Late Night Superlatives" segment. Check out the video below:
Did I miss anything you think is worthy of inclusion? Let me know on Twitter @TonyDrovetto