Good afternoon, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today —Wednesday, November 23 — about your Seattle Seahawks:
Wilson No. 3 In NFL.com's QB Index
Following Sunday's victory over the Philadelphia Eagles, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson moved up two spots in NFL.com's QB Index — a weekly performance-based ranking of starting quarterbacks across the league.
After being listed fifth last week, here's why editor Gregg Rosenthal decided to place Wilson higher:
Wilson climbs to his season-high slot as he continues to hit big plays from the pocket. The ability to evade pressure has been an added ingredient the last few weeks, but he doesn't make a meal out of the skill anymore. His stakes are high. Wilson is only now hitting the prime of his prime, surrounded by an entire organization doing the same. The time is now for a second Seahawks title.
Tweet Of The Day
Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from linebacker Brock Coyle, who attended last night's Sounders game.
More From Around The Web
Seahawks digital media reporter John Boyle answered Twitter questions about the most memorable trick plays in franchise history, Bobby Wagner's chances of winning Defensive Player of the Year and more.
The latest news around the NFC West division.
Seahawks fullback Will Tukuafu and safety Kelcie McCray delivered game used items from Seattle's Salute to Service game at Seattle Veterans Hospital yesterday:
Seahawks safety Kelcie McCray and fullback Will Tukuafu visited Seattle VA Hospital on Tuesday, November 22 to deliver game-used items from the team's Salute to Service game.
The Seahawks released offensive lineman J'Marcus Webb.
A healthy version of Wilson is back to making spectacular throws on the run.
Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times takes a look at the Seahawks' second half success since 2011.
A preview of Seattle's Week 12 opponent, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
ESPN's Sheil Kapadia looked at the game film against the Eagles and shares thoughts on Wilson's play-action ability, Thomas Rawls and more.
And lastly, Pro Football Focus listed Jimmy Graham as one of the three best tight ends heading into Thanksgiving.
Seahawks players joined volunteers to serve the evening meal to residents at Seattle's Union Gospel Mission Hope Place Shelter on Tuesday, November 22, including offensive linemen Rees Odhiambo and Will Pericak, defensive end Frank Clark, running back Alex Collins, and linebackers Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright.