Watch and listen in to what the Seattle Seahawks had to say following the team's 31-24 win over the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium on Sunday. The victory moves the Seahawks season record to 6-2-1.
Doug Baldwin on CJ Prosise: "He sought contact, it lit up our sidelines. To see a guy do that who's been struggling with injuries, he shows his dedication to his teammates when he does stuff like that."
Kam Chancellor: "Just to get back out there and play with my guys, I know those guys are going to fight and fight until they can't fight no more. That's our creed."
DeShawn Shead on final play: "Our defense went down there and bowed up in the red zone and that's what we do. I felt like my brothers had my back today."
Pete Carroll: "This was a really good win today because of who we just played and the kind of club this is. The coaching staff, the players, the history, the season that they're having, we have great respect for them, so it's a really good accomplishment for our guys."
DeShawn Shead: "One of the things we say is if everything feels like it's going wrong, just keep fighting. And that's what we do. We don't bat an eye regardless of the situation."
Kam Chancellor on his return: "It's special being out there with them. I can feel every fiber of them just running around, scratching and clawing, and making plays out there."
Frank Clark on his one-handed sack: 'I do hand-strength workouts every day and it paid off right there."
Richard Sherman: "I think our two teams are probably the measuring sticks for the league. So a game like this is putting great competitive teams together and you're going to get a slobberknocker like this."