Good afternoon, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Tuesday, November 1 — about your Seattle Seahawks:
Prosise A Week 9 Target In Fantasy
Looking to get ahead of the competition in your fantasy football league? Alex Gelhar of NFL.com provides a couple of players you should target early on in Week 9 before they begin to produce more rapidly (because nobody likes a waiver wire bidding war).
Among the players targeted for Week 9 is Seahawks rookie running back C.J. Prosise, who is coming a strong performance against the Saints:
C.J. Prosisegot a vote of confidence from the Seahawks when they released C.J. Spiller, and he proved their confidence wasn't misplaced with his performance against the Saints. Prosise played on 43 percent of the snaps and set career highs in catches and carries (four each), receiving yards (80) and rushing yards (23). Prosise will be a tough start, as most of his fantasy production came thanks to 80 receiving yards lifted by a 43-yard reception on a trick play. Still, he's a dynamic player and clearly has a role in this offense moving forward.
NFL Pro Bowl Voting Is Underway
Voting for the 2017 NFL Pro Bowl has begun. Make sure to help send your favorite Seahawks to Orlando by casting your votes here.
Tweet Of The Day
Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from the Virginia Tech football team, who tweeted a #TransformationTuesday photo of former Hokies Kam Chancellor and Tyrod Taylor.
More From Around The Web
Here at Seahawks.com, we looked at some of the best Halloween costumes from players.
Tackle Bradley Sowell has a chance to play next Monday against the Bills.
Here are 10 key numbers from the game in New Orleans.
The running game could spark bigger plays on offense.
Former Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin is coming out of retirement and re-joining the Bills.
Taylor presents the biggest run-pass threat the Seahawks have seen at quarterback this season.
A turnaround on offense for the Seahawks all depends on Russell Wilson's health, writes Sheil Kapadia of ESPN.
And lastly, Carroll talked with Peter King of The MMQB about the book The Road To Character by David Brooks.