Good morning, 12s. Happy Victory Monday! Here's a look at what's happening today – Monday, Jan. 4 – for your Seattle Seahawks.
What's Being Said: Seahawks 26, 49ers 23
The Seahawks ended the 2020 regular season on a high note, completing a 10-point fourth-quarter comeback win over the 49ers in Week 17. Russell Wilson led two touchdown drives in the final 11 minutes to secure the victory. It was a record-setting day for Tyler Lockett, as he now has the most receptions by a Seahawks player in a single season. He had 12 catches for 90 yards and two scores on the day -- his third multi-touchdown game of the year. With the win, Seattle locked up the No. 3 seed in the NFC and secured a date with the Los Angeles Rams at Lumen Field on Saturday at 1:40 p.m. PT.
Here's what the media are saying after the Seahawks' victory:
Seahawks.com reporter John Boyle with five rapid reactions immediately after the win.
Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times handed out grades in his weekly report card.
Matt Calkins of the Seattle Times on the Seahawks’ confident mindset entering the playoffs despite the questions that still face them.
Gregg Bell of the Tacoma News Tribune wrote about the Russell Wilson-Tyler Lockett connection ahead of the Seahawks’ playoff run.
Ben Arthur of the Seattle PI had three big takeaways from the victory.
The 710 ESPN Seattle staff gave their instant reactions after the win.
Danny O'Neil of 710 ESPN Seattle wonders if the Seahawks are ready for a playoff run as a low-scoring team.
Joe Fann of NBC Sports Northwest dissected the Seahawks’ offensive performance in Sunday’s win.
Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic on how the offense must find its explosiveness in the playoffs.
Brady Henderson of ESPN wrote about the resurgent defense and how the offense has to match it for the Seahawks to succeed.
Chase Goodbread of NFL.com with three things we learned from Sunday’s Seahawks-49ers game.
Nick Lee of Sports Illustrated analyzed the five key moments from the Seahawks’ comeback victory.
Seahawks Assistant Brennan Carroll Joining University Of Arizona Staff
Brennan Carroll, the Seahawks running game coordinator, is heading to the University of Arizona next season to serve as their offensive coordinator and O-line coach. Carroll had spent the last six seasons with the Seahawks in his current role.
The son of Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll, Brennan has previous college coaching experience at USC and Miami.
"I'm humbled and honored to become a part of the University of Arizona," Carroll said in a press release by the school. "Having the opportunity to be reunited with Coach Fisch and his family was something my family and I had always hoped for. I have always had tremendous respect for the Pac-12 Conference and loved my time competing in this league. The opportunity to be a part of the growth of this program was something I could not pass up. This is a great time to be a part of the Wildcat Family, and my family and I can't wait to get to Tucson."
Congratulations to Coach Carroll and his family on the new opportunity!
Social Post Of The Day
Russell Wilson had a career-high 40 touchdown passes this season, but that's not the only record he set. On Sunday, Russ surpassed Hall of Famer Dan Marino for the second-most touchdown passes in history by a player in his first nine seasons.
The best photos from Week 17's Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers game at State Farm Stadium in Arizona. Fueled by Nesquik.