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Monday Round-Up: Media Reactions After The Seahawks' Week 3 Win

Local and national media had a lot to say after another nail-biting Seahawks win, this time over the Dallas Cowboys at CenturyLink Field.


Good morning, 12s. Here's a look at what's happening today – Monday, Sept. 28 – for your Seattle Seahawks after improving to 3-0 on Sunday.

What's Being Said: Seahawks 38, Cowboys 31

The Seahawks moved to 3-0 on the young season after a back-and-forth battle with the Dallas Cowboys. Russell Wilson was excellent yet again, completing 27 of 40 passes for 315 yards and five touchdowns. With all those completions, yards and touchdowns, Wilson's weapons feasted. Tyler Lockett led the way with nine receptions for 100 yards and three touchdowns. DK Metcalf added four catches for 110 yards and the go-ahead touchdown with under two minutes to play. On the game's final drive, Ryan Neal sealed the win with an interception in the final seconds.

Here's a look at what the media are saying after the victory:

Read what the Seahawks and the Cowboys said following the game.

Adam Jude of the Seattle Times discussed how Russ helped DK redeem himself late after his early fumble.

Ben Arthur of the Seattle PI delivered his three big takeaways from the victory.

The 710 ESPN Seattle staff gave their instant reactions to the game.

In Peter King's "Football Morning In America" column, the NBC Sports writer gave Russ one of his weekly awards.

Pete Carroll Rocks Customized Shoes To Encourage Voting

If you noticed Pete Carroll's shoes on Sunday, you might have some questions. Well, here's the answer: the shoes were designed by Seattle artists Jordan Nicholson and Ari G. As you can see, the design was meant to encourage citizens to vote in the upcoming November election.

Pretty cool. Feel free to send me a pair, Coach! Check out our voting information page if you need to register to vote or want to learn about the candidates.

Social Post Of The Day

Seahawks PR pulled out an impressive stat to quantify just how dominant our quarterback has been the past two weeks.

It's a unique group, including a former Seahawks coach (Flores) and two former Seahawks Super Bowl opponents (Brady, Roethlisberger). We'll see if he can make it three straight games this coming Sunday against the Miami Dolphins.

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