Monday Round-Up: Media React To Seattle Seahawks 31-25 Win Over Buffalo Bills

A round-up of the latest news surrounding the Seahawks following the team's 31-25 win over the Buffalo Bills.

Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Tuesday, November 8 — about the Seattle Seahawks following the team's thrilling 31-25 victory over the Buffalo Bills last night on Monday Night Football:

What They're Saying: Seahawks 31, Bills 25

Digital media reporter John Boyle shared his rapid reaction to the game, with thoughts on Doug Baldwin, the defense and more. 

Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor could be back next weekend when Seattle faces the New England Patriots. More injury updates from head coach Pete Carroll can be found here. 

Frank Clark on the Seahawks' goal-line stop: "I wasn't surprised. That's our defense." 

The Seahawks showed they're a lot better than how they've performed the last two games. 

ICYMI: Jimmy Graham put on a show against the Bills. 

Here are full highlights of the game. 

Over at The Ringer, NFL writer Danny Kelly writes that last night might've been Seattle's offensive breakthrough, which was highlighted Graham's dominating performance. 

In order for the Seahawks offense to keep clicking, Graham needs to remain the main attraction, writes Vinnie Iyer of Sporting News. 

Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times grades the game

Russell Wilson looked better than he had in a month, writes ESPN's Sheil Kapadia. 

Defensive end Cliff Avril is Kapadia's Seahawks midseason MVP

Speaking of midseason awards, Wilson is the league MVP in Sam Monson's on Pro Football Focus after his primetime performance. 

And lastly, Frank Schwab of Yahoo! Shutdown Corner says Monday's game might've been the best of the 2016 season thus far.

See some of the action from Monday Night Football, Seahawks vs Bills during Week 9 at CenturyLink Field.

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