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Thursday Round-Up: What The Media Are Saying About The Seahawks After Four Games

A daily link round-up of what's "out there" about your Seattle Seahawks.


Good morning, 12s. 

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Thursday, October 6 - about your Seattle Seahawks:

What They're Saying

With the Seahawks on a bye this week and the 2016 regular season one-quarter of the way through, it serves as a good time for many media pundits to grade Seattle's performance through the first four games of the year.

Here at, digital media reporter John Boyle doles out team honors for the first quarter of the regular season, naming the club's MVP, best play, best rookie and much more, including comments from head coach Pete Carroll on how this year's team has a chance to be his best yet.

Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times grades the play of the Seahawks' offense, defense, and special teams, naming an MVP for each unit.

Stephen Cohen at grades the Seahawks' play position by position, giving an A-minus mark to quarterback Russell Wilson. 

Chris Wesseling at has Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson as one of 10 candidates in the MVP-hunt at the season's quarter mark.

Gregg Rosenthal at highlights tight end Jimmy Graham's play for the Seahawks as one storyline that should be getting more attention four games into the season.

Marc Sessler at puts the Seahawks in a group of five teams 'Chasing a Lombardi' at this point in the year.

Tweet Of The Day

Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from the Players' Tribune, which shares a link to a reader mailbag featuring Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman.

More From Around The Web

Brock Huard at breaks down quarterback Russell Wilson's 24-yard toss to tight end Jimmy Graham in this past weekend's win over the Jets.

In support of the NFL's 'A Crucial Catch' campaign to expand education and raise awareness for breast cancer screenings, the Seahawks will turn CenturyLink FIeld's arch lights pink every Wednesday and Thursday night throughout the month of October.

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