Good afternoon, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Monday, Nov. 30 - about your Seattle Seahawks (6-5) one day after the team's 39-30 Week 12 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers (6-5) at CenturyLink Field:
From The Press
Here at Seahawks.com, digital media reporter John Boyle highlights quarterback Russell Wilson's five touchdown performance and shares five key takeaways from Sunday's win that saw the Seattle offense lead the way.
Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham suffered a torn patellar tendon in Sunday's win, an injury that will require surgery and end his first season in Seattle early.
Doug Baldwin scored three touchdowns in yesterday's game to become the first Seahawks player with three receiving touchdowns in a game since Joey Galloway did it in 1997.
Peter King at TheMMQB.com names Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson one of his Offensive Players of the Week in his Monday Morning Quarterback column, adding the comment, "There's a bit of emptiness not giving this award to Ben Roethlisberger, who, in the first game he ever played in Seattle, threw for a Seahawk-opponent record of 456 yards. But Wilson was spectacular, especially late. Three times he led touchdown drives in the fourth quarter. Three times he finished those with touchdown passes, one to Jermaine Kearse and two to Doug Baldwin. This was Wilson's 67th NFL game, regular season and playoffs, and twice before he'd thrown four touchdowns in a game. Never had he thrown five—until Sunday. His numbers: 21 of 30, 345 yards, five touchdowns, no interceptions, and the third-highest passer rating of his career, 147.9."
Andy Benoit at TheMMQB.com examines how Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson "tore apart" the Steelers defense.
Doug Farrar at SI.com says the Seahawks saved their 2015 campaign with yesterday's win over the Steelers.
Will Brinson at CBSSports.com says the Seahawks looked dangerous in a different way on Sunday.
Frank Schwab at Yahoo! Sports names Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson one of his winners of Week 12.
Brady Henderson at 710Sports.com says the Seattle defense found a way to survive Pittsburgh's passing onslaught that put up 480 yards, a franchise record against the Seahawks.
Eric Mandel at 710Sports.com reviews the play of cornerback Jeremy Lane, who recorded an interception Sunday in his first game action since Super Bowl XLIX.
Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times grades the performance of the Seahawks' offense, defense, and special teams in Sunday's win.
Jayson Jenks at the Seattle Times reviews cornerback Richard Sherman's day defending Steelers' star wideout Antonio Brown.
Larry Stone at the Seattle Times says the Seahawks' swagger and playoff hopes are alive after Sunday's win.
Matt Calkins at the Seattle Times wonders what the Seahawks will look like without tight end Jimmy Graham.
Dave Boling at the Tacoma News Tribune says the Seahawks rediscovered their passion and fire against the Steelers.
Art Thiel at SportsPressNW.com says the Seahawks offense's uptick in play was a result of a consistently improving offensive line and quarterback play from Russell Wilson.
And Andrew Harvey at SportsPressNW.com reviews the Seahawks defense's four interceptions against the Steelers.
From The Coach
From The Players
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