Good afternoon, 12s.
Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today - Tuesday, September 11 - about your Seattle Seahawks:
Around The NFC West
Two-thirds of Seattle's division rivals also lost to open the 2018 regular season, with the Arizona Cardinals dropping a 24-6 result to the Washington Redskins and the San Francisco 49ers falling 24-16 to the Minnesota Vikings. The defending NFC West champion Los Angeles Rams, however, staked an early lead in the division standings after overcoming a 13-10 halftime deficit to defeat the Oakland Raiders 33-13 on Monday Night Football.
Here's a look at some of the top storylines around the rest of the NFC West following Week 1 of NFL action:
Arizona Cardinals (0-1)
- Steve Wilks breaks down his first game as head coach of the Cardinals.
- Quarterback Sam Bradford got off to a slow start with his new team.
- A positive from Arizona's setback: the play of former first-round pick Robert Nkemdiche.
San Francisco 49ers (0-1)
Los Angeles Rams (1-0)
Social Post Of The Day
Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from us - @Seahawks - as we remember the events of September 11, 2001.
More From Around The Web
Here at Seahawks.com, digital media reporter John Boyle highlights Sunday's play of a few Seahawks rookies, including tight end Will Dissly, who had a big day against the Broncos. Dissly's three-catch, 105-yard and a touchdown performance also earned him a mention on ESPN.com's list of 'unheralded ballers' from Week 1.
Head coach Pete Carroll joined 710 ESPN Seattle Monday to discuss his team's season-opener.
Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times reviews his keys to this past Sunday's Seahawks game.
Mike Vorel at the Seattle Times outlines what to know about the Seahawks' next opponent: the Chicago Bears.
Danny O'Neil at 710Sports.com notes the play of Seattle's 2018 rookie class will play a big role in determining the team's success this season.
John Clayton at 710Sports.com rehashes what went right and what went wrong for the Seahawks in Week 1.
And through the NFL Foundation Grassroots Program, the Seahawks are issuing a $250,000 grant to help install a synthetic turf field at Burien's Evergreen High School.
Fan photos from the Seahawks' 2018 regular-season opener against the Broncos in Denver.