Good morning, 12s. Here's a look at what's out there today — Monday, January 3 — about your Seattle Seahawks.
What's Being Said: Seahawks 51, Lions 29
The Seahawks cruised to one of their biggest wins of the season Sunday afternoon, defeating the Lions by a score of 51-29. It was a huge day for the Seahawks offense, which amassed 497 total yards en route to scoring 50 or more points for just the fifth time in franchise history and first since 2012.
Rashaad Penny continued his recent hot streak with another career-best performance, rushing for 170 yards and two touchdowns on 25 carries. Russell Wilson threw four touchdown passes, three of which were reeled in by DK Metcalf — his most ever in one game. Tyler Lockett also caught three passes for 24 yards and a touchdown, and set a new career high for receiving yards in a season with 1,077.
Here's what local and national media had to say following the game:
At Seahawks.com, reporter John Boyle writes that the Seahawks’ big win was the result of playing "the way we're supposed to play."
Also at Seahawks.com, Boyle on the injury updates provided by Pete Carroll on Bobby Wagner and others.
Read what the Seahawks and the Lions had to say following the game.
The Seattle Times' Bob Condotta hands out grades in his weekly Seahawks report card.
Adam Jude of the Seattle Times on the “refreshing” outing for DK Metcalf following a frustrating season.
Jude gives three main takeaways from Sunday's win over the Lions.
Gregg Bell of The News Tribune on GM John Schneider’s message to fans for 2022.
Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic writes about what Sunday’s win could mean for the futures of Russell Wilson and Bobby Wagner.
Jacob Rosenfarb of Pro Football Focus gives a position recap for the Seahawks and the Lions.
Benjamin Raven of Ann Arbor News grades the Lions’ “sloppy” offense.
Corbin Smith of Sports Illustrated looks inside the numbers of Rashaad Penny’s recent hot streak.
Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk says the Seahawks played like they had something to prove on Sunday.
For every defensive solo tackle made at a Seahawks home game this season, Windermere will donate $100 to Mary's Place in support of their mission to provide safe, inclusive shelter and services that support women, children, and families on their journey out of homelessness. Windermere is the "Official Real Estate Company of the Seattle Seahawks."
The Seahawks racked up 36 defensive solo tackles on Sunday vs. the Lions, equating to a $3,600 donation to Mary's Place. Linebacker Jordyn Brooks led the way with 10 tackles, five solo and five assists.
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With Sunday's impressive offensive output, Russell Wilson, DK Metcalf, and Tyler Lockett reached some big statistical milestones:
The Seattle Seahawks take on the Detroit Lions at Lumen field for Week 17 of the 2021 season. This album will be updated throughout the game. Game Action photos are presented by Washington's Lottery.