Good morning, 12s. Here's a look at what's happening today – Monday, Oct. 5 – for your Seattle Seahawks after our Week 4 victory.
What's Being Said: Seahawks 31, Dolphins 23
The Seahawks traveled all the way to Miami and came away with an eight-point victory over the Dolphins. With the win, Seattle moved to 4-0 as the season reached its quarter-mark. Chris Carson led the way with 80 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries. Russell Wilson added 360 passing yards, two touchdowns and an interception. Two scores in the final six minutes sealed the deal for the Seahawks, as they are now 4-0 for the first time since 2013 – a year that ended with a Super Bowl win.
Here's a look at what the media are saying after the victory:
Seahawks.com reporter John Boyle discussed in his postgame story how the Seahawks are thrilled about their 4-0 start but still know they can be better.
Read what the Seahawks and the Dolphins said after the game.
Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times handed out grades in his weekly report card.
Adam Jude of the Seattle Times touched on Chris Carson’s dominant game in South Beach.
The 710 ESPN Seattle staff gave their instant reactions following the win.
Danny O'Neil of 710 ESPN Seattle believes the Seahawks’ perfect record isn’t a mirage because of their offense.
The News Tribune's Gregg Bell wrote about Ryan Neal’s amazing story of perseverance to become a key defender for the Seahawks.
Ben Arthur of the Seattle PI had three big takeaways after the game.
Joe Fann of NBC Sports Northwest analyzed Russell Wilson’s play calls on the fourth-quarter touchdown drive after his headset stopped working.
Jonathan Warner of NBC Sports Northwest wrote about all the 12s who packed Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday.
The Athletic's Michael-Shawn Dugar covered the defense, which made a statement in Miami.
Brady Henderson of ESPN has more on Russ breaking Peyton Manning’s record for touchdown passes through four games.
NFL.com's Chase Goodbread delivered three things that we learned from the Seahawks-Dolphins game.
Pete Carroll Rocks New Pair Of "Coach The Vote" Shoes
With the election now less than one month away, head coach Pete Carroll continues to bring the heat to his feet. This week, he again wore Nike shoes to bring awareness to "Coach the Vote." Tacoma artist Perry Porter designed Carroll's latest shoes.
Porter was understandably a little excited to see Carroll's message about his design…
Social Post Of The Day
Jamal Adams missed yesterday's game with a groin injury, but the bright side was that he blessed our timelines by live-tweeting the action. Check out his account from Sunday for more great posts like this: