Monday Round-Up: Media React To Seattle Seahawks 17-9 Week 1 Loss at Green Bay Packers

Find out what the local and national media are saying about the Seahawks following the team's 17-9 loss to the Packers in Week 1 at Green Bay's Lambeau Field.

Good afternoon, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Monday, September 11 - about your Seattle Seahawks following Sunday's 17-9 loss to the Packers at Green Bay's Lambeau Field.

What They're Saying: Packers 17, Seahawks 9

  • As he'll do the morning after every game the Seahawks play this season, head coach Pete Carroll joined 710 ESPN Seattle to discuss his team's Week 1 performance with hosts "Brock and Salk." Carroll offered thoughts on Seattle's run game, the cornerback play, and the status of running back Thomas Rawls (ankle), who was inactive to open 2017, noting, "Thomas looked really good last week, he just really didn't have all his confidence that he could make sure that he was over it and done with. I think he's gonna come out Wednesday's practice and be raring to go and we won't look back. That was the idea. We want to get it behind him and make sure it's done, but the high ankles do linger. I hope that he'll feel good on it. We just want it behind us instead of having it be kind of gone."
  • Postgame, Carroll said he believes the Seahawks offense "can play a lot better."
  • Against one of the game's top quarterbacks, rookie cornerback Shaquill Griffin "played a great first game out" for the Seahawks.
  • Another silver lining in the Seahawks' loss? The return of receiver Tyler Lockett and free safety Earl Thomas, who each saw their first regular-season action since suffering season-ending leg injuries last year.
  • Aron Yohannes at Seahawks.com shares five rapid reactions to Sunday's defeat, and here's a look at some first-half notes.

The Seahawks fall 9-17 in their first game of the 2017 season against the Green Bay Packers. 

Tweet Of The Day

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