Good morning, 12s. Here's a look at what's out there today — Friday, November 20 — about your Seattle Seahawks.
What's Being Said: Seahawks 28, Cardinals 21
The Seahawks (7-3) got back on track and once again claimed the top spot in the NFC West with last night's victory. The Cardinals (6-4), similar to last week, had a chance to tie or win the game in the closing seconds, but a Carlos Dunlap II sack of Kyler Murray — who appeared to be hampered by a shoulder injury all night following a first quarter sack — sealed the game for the Seahawks. Dunlap II and the defense played some of their best football all season, aided in part by a turnover-free night from the offense.
Here's what the media are saying following the Seahawks victory:
At Seahawks.com, Lydia Cruz gives five rapid reactions after the win.
The 710 ESPN Seattle Staff give their instant reaction to last night’s win.
710 ESPN's Danny O'Neil on how the Seahawks turned back the clock and played old-fashioned Seahawks football on Thursday night.
The Seattle Times' Adam Jude gave three immediate impressions after the game.
Also at the Seattle Times, Bob Condotta gave out grades in his weekly report card.
Ben Arthur of the Seattle PI with three takeaways from the win.
Gregg Bell of The News Tribune had compliments for Carlos Dunlap II’s strong performance in his column this morning.
Joe Fann of NBC Sports Northwest also wrote about the difference Dunlap II has made on defense.
Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic gave 12 observations after the game last night.
Grant Gordon of NFL.com gave a list of things we learned during Thursday’s game.
ESPN's Brady Henderson on the Seahawks rounding back into form and once again controlling the NFC West.
Corbin Smith of Sports Illustrated gave five key takeaways in his recap of the game.
Sam Monson of Pro Football Focus on the bounce back performance from Russell Wilson.
NFL Officially Announces 32 'Fan Of The Year' Finalists
This morning, the NFL revealed the 32 fans chosen by each team as their Fan of the Year. The contest was meant to "shine a light on extraordinary fans who have been a rallying force of their family, friends and/or community and inspire others through their love of football," according to NFL.com.
Earlier this month, we selected our very own Patti ‘Mama Blue’ Hammond as our Fan of the Year. In January, league officials will select three Fan of the Year finalists to win a trip to Super Bowl LV in Tampa Bay, where Mama Blue could very well be cheering on her Seahawks.
Congratulations to Mama Blue and all Fan of the Year winners! You can view the bios of all 32 winners here.
Social Post Of The Day
Russell Wilson and DK Metcalf share a laugh about the would-be touchdown laser from Wilson that clanked off of Metcalf's facemask. The Seahawks would settle for a field goal on the drive.
The best photos from Seahawks vs. Cardinals at Lumen Field. Fueled by Nesquik.