Good morning, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Wednesday, Sept. 30 - about your Seattle Seahawks:
Peter King's 'Fine Fifteen'
There are seven undefeated teams in the League through the season's first three weeks, and as you'd expect, those teams are crowding the top of Peter King's 'Fine Fifteen' at TheMMQB.com, where King's ranks the NFL's Top 15 teams each week. But the 1-2 Seahawks also find their way into King's 'Fine Fifteen' after three games, placing ahead of the Atlanta Falcons (3-0) and Carolina Panthers (3-0). King explains why he has the Seahawks at No. 6 on his list:
Impressed with the 26-0 win over Chicago. Okay, but is there anyone out there who thought the Jimmy Clausen-led Bears would make this a game, score more than a couple of field goals on the hungry 'Hawks? Now you'll ask why I have a 1-2 team ahead of two 3-0 teams. My answer: I think the Seahawks are better, and would win if they played Atlanta or Carolina on a neutral field.
The Green Bay Packers, who the Seahawks lost to in Week 2 at Lambeau Field, are No. 2 on King's list and the St. Louis Rams, who the Seahawks lost to in Week 1 at the Edward Jones Dome, also received a vote from King but missed out on making his 'Fine Fifteen' this week.
Brock Huard's Chalk Talk
Former Seahawks and University of Washington quarterback turned 710 ESPN Seattle radio host Brock Huard breaks down Seattle's lone offensive touchdown from the team's Week 3 win over the Chicago Bears. The score came on a 30-yard pass from quarterback Russell Wilson to tight end Jimmy Graham and in the video above Huard explains how Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell's play call produced the desired result - a one-on-one matchup for the 6-foot-7, 265-pound Graham over the middle of the field.
Tweet Of The Day
Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from The Sea Gals, who share photos from Sunday's game against the Bears.
More From Around The Web
Here at Seahawks.com, digital media reporter John Boyle takes a detailed look at the perfect blocking that went into rookie Tyler Lockett's 105-yard kick return for a touchdown in this past Sunday's game against Chicago.
I recap what went down in Week 3 around the NFC West and share three things we learned from Seattle wide receiver Doug Baldwin's Tuesday press conference.
Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril is leading the team's #12s4Good campaign, encouraging individuals to recognize fans who are going above and beyond in the community during the month of October.
Speaking of going above and beyond in the community, Seahawks right guard J.R. Sweezy recently helped make a fan's dream come true when he met with Chase Thomas, a 19-year-old native of Mooresville, N.C. - Sweezy's hometown - who's living with Noonan Syndrome.
Sheil Kapadia at ESPN.com shares five thoughts after reviewing Sunday's Seahawks-Bears film, saying Seattle's run game looked better than it has all season even though No. 1 back Marshawn Lynch was limited by injuries.
Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times says the Seahawks' tilt toward passing to open the season has been a byproduct of the team trailing in the first two games.
Rob Rang at Scout.com says the Detroit Lions - the Seahawks' Week 4 opponent - are a dangerous team despite their 0-3 record.
And former Seahawks wideout Golden Tate, who signed with the Lions in free agency after the team's Super Bowl XLVIII championship season, comments on Detroit's early struggles.
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