Good afternoon, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Monday, Nov. 23 - about your Seattle Seahawks (5-5) one day after the team's 29-13 win over the San Francisco 49ers (3-7) 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 the offense find its way to 500-plus yards. Boyle also breaks down Sunday's Seahawks snap counts and shares postgame injury notes from coach Pete Carroll, who updated on many of them, including running back Marshawn Lynch (abdomen), during his Monday morning segment with 710 ESPN Seattle.
With Lynch out, rookie running back Thomas Rawls carried the torch for Seattle's offense, racking up 209 yards on the ground, 46 more through the air, and two total touchdowns - one rushing and one receiving.
Peter King at TheMMQB.com names Rawls one of his offensive players of the week.
Don Banks at SI.com says Rawls may be the horse Seattle rides to a playoff berth.
Frank Schwab at Yahoo! Sports labels Rawls one of his winners of Week 11.
Danny O'Neil at 710Sports.com shares three things we learned and three things we're still trying to figure out after Seattle's Week 11 win.
Brady Henderson at 710Sports.com writes about why the Seahawks chose to replace Cary Williams with DeShawn Shead at cornerback against the 49ers.
Adam Lewis at SeattlePI.com says the Seahawks can still make a run in the NFC playoff picture.
Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times grades the Seahawks' offense, defense, and special teams play against the 49ers and says Sunday's win felt like old times for Seattle.
Larry Stone at the Seattle Times says quarterback Russell Wilson returned to form against the 49ers.
Jayson Jenks at the Seattle Times comments on how the Seahawks have defended tight ends this season.
Don Ruiz at the Tacoma News Tribune writes about rookie wide receiver Tyler Lockett's two-touchdown day against the 49ers.
From The Coach
From The Players
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