Good morning, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Monday, Sept. 28 - about your Seahawks (1-2) one day after the team's 26-0 Week 3 win over the Chicago Bears in the team's home opener at CenturyLink Field.
From The Press
Here at Seahawks.com, digital media reporter John Boyle shares five key takeaways from Sunday's win that saw Seattle pitch its first shutout since late in the 2013 season. Boyle also updates the injury status of running back Marshawn Lynch, who left Sunday's game against Chicago with a hamstring injury.
The punt and kick return game contributed big to Sunday's win over the Bears thanks to plays from wide receiver Tyler Lockett and cornerback Richard Sherman.
Tight end Jimmy Graham enjoyed his best game as a Seahawk on Sunday, catching a team-high seven passes for 83 yards and a touchdown.
Sheil Kapadia at ESPN.com outlines what to expect from Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham moving forward.
Pete King at MMQB.com names Seattle wideout Tyler Lockett his special teams player of the week in his Monday Morning Quarterback column.
Greg Bishop at SI.com says the Seahawks still have work to do after Sunday's win over the Bears.
Danny O'Neil at 710 ESPN Seattle says the Seahawks offense is showing signs of improvement.
Brady Henderson at 710Sports.com highlights the play of rookie running back Thomas Rawls, who ran for more than 100 yards yesterday in his first career start.
Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times grades the Week 3 play of the Seahawks offense, defense, and special teams and shares a few postgame musings, noting the Seahawks are starting to air the ball out a bit more this season.
Matt Calkins at the Seattle Times says rookie wideout Tyler Lockett's returns are already a must-watch.
Lauren Smith at the Tacoma News Tribune says strong safety Kam Chancellor's presence was important to the Seahawks' win.
And Stephen Cohen at SeattlePI.com hands out grades for each position group following Seattle's win, giving a B-plus to the quarterback play from Russell Wilson.
From The Coach
From The Players
Tweet Of The Day
Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from ESPN's NFL account, which recaps the end result of the Bears' 10 possessions from yesterday's game at CenturyLink Field.
More From Around The Web
Matt Calkins at the Seattle Times talked to a few fans outside CenturyLink Field about their Seahawks superstitions.
And NFL.com's *Around the League *staff writes 42 things we learned from Sunday's action across the NFL.
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