Good morning, 12s. Here's a look at what's happening today – Monday, Nov. 2 – after another win by your Seattle Seahawks.
What's Being Said: Seahawks 37, 49ers 27
The Seahawks got back in the win column on Sunday after suffering their first loss of the season last week. Behind another flawless performance from Russell Wilson, Seattle is 6-1 on the season and in control of the NFC West. Russ finished 27 of 37 for 261 yards and four touchdowns. Two of those scores went to DK Metcalf, who added 12 receptions for 161 yards. On defense, Bobby Wagner led the way with two sacks and four QB hits.
Here's a look at what the media are saying after the game:
Seahawks.com reporter John Boyle's postgame story on DK's dominant day, where he got a shoutout from LeBron James.
Boyle also had five rapid reactions following the victory.
The 710 ESPN Seattle staff gave their instant reactions immediately after the game.
Stacy Rost of 710 ESPN Seattle finally saw a glimpse of the defense Seattle needs to win a Super Bowl.
Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times handed out grades in his weekly postgame report card.
Adam Jude of the Seattle Times on DeeJay Dallas recovering from early mistakes to score twice while filling in for the injured Chris Carson and Carlos Hyde.
Ben Arthur of the Seattle PI with three big takeaways from the bounce-back win.
Gregg Bell of the Tacoma News Tribune had more on the defense using the blitz to get back on track.
Joe Fann of NBC Sports Northwest highlighted Bobby Wagner and the step forward that the defense took on Sunday.
Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic had more on DK Metcalf’s performance.
Brady Henderson of ESPN on Russell Wilson’s return to MVP form.
James Fragoza of PFF with his story of the game and rookie watch for the Seahawks and 49ers.
America Uses DK Metcalf's Hustle As Teaching Moment
Last week against the Cardinals, DK Metcalf had one of the most impressive tackles you'll ever see. Running the length of the field, DK chased down Budda Baker and saved a would-be touchdown.
After watching the play, NBC Sports' Peter King asked his Twitter followers if anyone used the play as a teaching moment to never give up.
You can read here all of the stories of how parents, coaches and teachers across the country used the play as inspiration. My favorite comes from Mike Welsch, a father who lives in West Des Moines, Iowa.
"I showed it to my daughters, 8 and 5, Monday morning. Their reaction was awe at first to DK's physical abilities and speed. Then my wife, an elementary school guidance counselor, quickly joined me in helping them with the message behind just the play itself. As we talked through the mindset behind not giving up and how that rubs off on your friends and teammates I think they understood that what he did meant more than the outcome of the play. My oldest, Allison, said that even if he didn't catch him, his teammates would be proud of his effort and would want to keep him on their team."
Even in a tough moment following an interception, it's pretty cool that Metcalf was able to turn on the jets and inspire people across the world.
Social Post Of The Day
Now that the NBA season is over, LeBron James has plenty of time to watch the NFL. Apparently, he's been keeping an eye on second-year star DK Metcalf.