Good afternoon, 12s.
Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today - Monday, October 8 - about your Seattle Seahawks following the team's Week 5 game against the Los Angeles Rams at CenturyLink Field.
What They're Saying: Rams 33, Seahawks 31
Here at Seahawks.com, digital media reporter John Boyle details the postgame mood from Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and his players and shares five rapid reactions to Seattle's Week 5 result.
Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times doles out position-by-position grades for the Seahawks following Sunday's game, giving high marks all around Seattle's offense and defense.
Larry Stone at the Seattle Times says the Seahawks got a sense of how competitive they can be, going toe to toe with the undefeated Rams.
Jim Moore at 710Sports.com believes despite Sunday's loss the Seahawks have a reasonable shot at the playoffs given the way they played.
Brady Henderson at ESPN.com says the Seahawks should find encouragement in their defeat.
John Breech at CBSSports.com gives the Seahawks a B+ for their performance against the Rams.
The Athletic breaks down some of the biggest plays from Sunday's game and offers morning-after analysis from the Seattle-Los Angeles matchup.
Doug Baldwin describes the play the Seahawks received from fellow wideouts Tyler Lockett and David Moore, who each scored long touchdowns Sunday against the Rams.
For the third straight week, a Seahawks running back topped 100 yards on the ground.
A look inside the locker room with postgame quotes from the Seahawks and from the Rams.
Social Post Of The Day
Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from defensive end Frank Clark, who shows some love for the 12s' impact on Sunday's game.
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Rams personnel joined Seattle staff in wearing lime green ribbons during Sunday's game in support of Seahawks owner Paul Allen and his battle with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
"I want to start out by letting everyone know our organizations' thoughts and prayers are with Mr. Paul Allen," Rams head coach Sean McVay said postgame. "We wanted to do something out of respect and were just hopeful he makes a recovery with our pins. Those are things that give you a real perspective when you have something like that going on. We wish him nothing but the best and hopefully a good recovery."
The Seahawks hosted a handful of cancer survivors at practice last week.
NFL.com offers a look at what we learned from Sunday's slate of action around the entire league.
During halftime of the Seattle Seahawks' Week 5 game against the Los Angeles Rams, the team honored cancer survivors and their families on the turf at CenturyLink Field as part of the NFL's Crucial Catch: Intercept Cancer campaign aimed at promoting cancer prevention awareness.