Good morning, 12s. Here's a look at what's happening today – Monday, Dec. 7 – for your Seattle Seahawks.
What's Being Said: Giants 17, Seahawks 12
The Seahawks returned home and couldn't get things going offensively in a tough loss to the NFC East-leading Giants. A blocked punt into the end zone by Ryan Neal forced a safety to give Seattle the unconventional 5-0 lead in the second quarter. After two Giants touchdowns and a field goal, Chris Carson scored late to make it a one possession game. But that was all the Seahawks' offense could muster up, as the final drive ended with a turnover on downs.
Here's what the media are saying after the Seahawks' 17-12 loss:
Seahawks.com reporter John Boyle with news, notes and takeaways immediately following the game.
Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times handed out grades in his weekly report card.
Matt Calkins of the Seattle Times believes Russell Wilson should get the blame for Sunday’s loss.
Ben Arthur of the Seattle PI with three takeaways from the Seahawks-Giants game.
Gregg Bell of the Tacoma News Tribune examined the Seahawks’ overall mentality on going for it on fourth downs.
The 710 ESPN Seattle staff gave their instant reactions to the game.
Danny O'Neil of 710 ESPN Seattle on the offensive struggles and what needs to be better.
Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic on the bigger picture questions facing the Seahawks after a strange Sunday performance.
Lindsey Wisniewski of NBC Sports Northwest with more on Jamal Adams nearing the single-season sack record for a safety.
Brady Henderson of ESPN on Chris Carson’s performance while he still battles back from injury.
Holden Perrelli of Pro Football Focus with the story of the game and rookie watch.
Task Force 12 Partners With Fob Hope And Minority Veterans Of America For Turkey Drop Event
Task Force 12 recently teamed up with Fob Hope and Minority Veterans of America to host a Turkey Drop event at Lumen Field. At the event, volunteers distributed turkeys, other food, masks, gloves and other supplies to at-risk veteran families and homeless veterans in the community. Grocery store and gas station gift cards were also distributed.
Fob Hope and Minority Veterans of America are two of the 12 organizations involved with Task Force 12. Task Force 12, which was officially launched last month, has a mission to "work together to create and provide life-changing support to our military community." More information about Task Force 12 and the 12 military organizations can be found on this landing page.
Social Post Of The Day
Yesterday clearly didn't go as planned, but Monday marks a fresh week for Russell Wilson and the Seahawks.
Task Force 12 recently teamed up with Fob Hope and Minority Veterans of America to host a Turkey Drop event at Lumen Field. At the event, volunteers distributed turkeys, other food, masks, gloves and other supplies to at-risk veteran families and homeless veterans in the community.
Teaming with Fob Hope and Minority Veterans of America – two of the 12 organizations – Task Force 12 will distribute turkeys, other food, masks, gloves and more supplies to at-risk veteran families and homeless veterans. Grocery store and gas station gift cards will also be given out. Events like the upcoming Turkey Drop will provide life-changing access and supplies for our local veteran community. Residents of King County can sign up to attend the event by clicking here.