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Monday Round-Up: Media Reactions After Seahawks' Week 1 Win Over The Colts

Local and national media sounded off after Seattle began its season with a 28-16 victory over Indianapolis.

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Good morning, 12s. Happy victory Monday! Here's a look at what's happening today – Monday, Sept. 13 – for your Seattle Seahawks.

What's Being Said: Seahawks 28, Colts 16

The Seahawks got their first victory of the season in Week 1 against the Colts on the road. Russell Wilson shined under new offensive coordinator Shane Waldron, completing 18 of 23 passes for 254 yards and four touchdowns. Tyler Lockett was Wilson's favorite target, finishing with four receptions for 100 yards and two scores, including touchdown catches of 23 and 69 yards. DK Metcalf and Gerald Everett also had touchdown grabs.

Seattle jumped out to a 21-10 halftime lead and the defense held Indy in check over the final 30 minutes, as the Colts didn't score until late in the fourth. Bobby Wagner had 13 total tackles to lead the team, while Rasheem Green, Benson Mayowa and Darrell Taylor had one sack apiece.

Here's what the media are saying following the game:

Read what the Seahawks said and what the Colts said after the game.

Michael Marot of AP Sports (via the Seattle PI) on Russell Wilson’s efficient season-opening performance.

Seahawks Kickoff Viewing Party Ends With A Win

Seahawks fans flocked the Muckleshoot Plaza outside of Lumen Field on Sunday morning, and all of the 12s went home happy. With music from Sol, food, drinks, games and a Seahawks win, how could anyone not have had a great time?

Seahawks fans headed to Lumen Field to enjoy food, drinks, live music, and a big screen TV to watch Week 1 of the 2021 season as the Seahawks took on the Colts in Indianapolis. The event was the first of several set up as part of Welcome Home 12s week in the lead up to the home opener on September 12. Learn more at Seahawks.com/WelcomeHome12s.

As the Seahawks continue "Welcome Home 12s" week, there are still plenty of events you can attend before the home-opener this Sunday.

Tuesday (Sept. 14) is the Neighborhood Takeover, where Blitz and Gee Scott will make special appearances at select restaurants to pass out Seahawks schedule posters and "Welcome Home 12s" rally cards. Friday (Sept. 17), of course, is Blue Friday, so get your Seahawks gear ready to go. Blue Friday Happy Hour will be held at Elysian Fields at 5 p.m. for live performances by Blue Thunder and the Seahawks Dancers, enter to win exciting prizes and, perhaps most importantly, the first 100 drinks are paid for by the Seahawks. The week concludes with Sunday's home opener concert by Macklemore and Ayron Jones, and kickoff between the Seahawks and Titans at 1:25 p.m.

Blue Friday Night Lights Begins At Redmond High School

High school football games kicked off last Friday, and the Seahawks were proud to be a part of it. At select high school games throughout the 2021 season, the Seahawks will bring entertainment and energy for Blue Friday Night Lights.

The first Blue Friday Night Lights of the season was held last Friday at Redmond High School for their rivalry game against Juanita High School. Blitz, the Seahawks Dancers and Blue Thunder all attended the game.

The first Blue Friday Night Lights of the season was held on Friday, September 10 at Redmond High School for their rivalry game against Juanita High School. Blitz, the Seahawks Dancers and Blue Thunder were all in attendance.

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