Some Monday Morning Seahawks Second Thoughts. ...
The Seahawks made plays on offense, but were undone by an awful day on special teams in their 28-26 loss to the Rams.
The Mariners sent out an update on pitching prospect Taijuan Walker, who had been pitching in the Arizona Fall League. Walker is done after two starts and is returning to his home in Southern California.
In an experimental 44-minute exhibition game, Jared Sullinger had 21 points and 19 rebounds to help the Boston Celtics beat the host Brooklyn Nets 95-90. A standard NBA game is 48 minutes.
And so it has come to this for the Seahawks, who once were the darlings of football, the baddest team in the NFL, the model of a franchise that seemed to do no wrong: They are grasping for positive signs in defeat. The Seahawks’ present is precarious at best, and grim at worst.
ST. LOUIS — Seahawks safety Earl Thomas was asked if he was surprised if the Rams' fumble at the end of Seattle's 28-26 loss wasn't reviewed. It looked as if Sherman had recovered the fumble initially, but the Rams' retained possession and ran out the clock.
During an appearance on NFL GameDay First this morning on the NFL Network, former Seahawk Michael Robinson confirmed the reported fight the night before the Super Bowl between Percy Harvin and Golden Tate, as well as talked about lots of other issues related to that situation.
Seattle receiver Doug Baldwin was the face of Seattle's frustration last Sunday following a 30-23 loss, with pointed comments about the offense and the need of the team to "stop BS-ing ourselves.''
Here is a sampling of what Seattle players had to say after the loss today to St. Louis:
Aaron Rodgers throws three touchdown passes and Packers build 35-3 lead before winning 38-17.
Here is the official transcript of what St. Louis coach Jeff Fisher and Seattle coach Pete Carroll said after today's 28-26 Rams' win:
Ishikawa’s 3-run home run in Game 5 of the NLCS put the San Francisco Giants into the World Series. He also made the game-winning play in Federal Way’s state title game in 2001.
Here are three impressions of Seattle's 28-26 loss to St. Louis Sunday from beat reporters Jayson Jenks and Bob Condotta.
The Seahawks continued to close the gap in the fourth quarter as Russell Wilson continued to make things happen. On a third-and-nine at the Seattle 23, Wilson managed to get away down the left sideline and break off a 52-yard run (watch video here). It was the longest run ever by a Seahawks quarterb
The Seahawks were hoping to emphasize the running game after trading Percy Harvin, but the team was left scrambling when fullback Derrick Coleman broke his feet in pregame warm-ups.
Here are videos of Seattle coach Pete Carroll as well as players Earl Thomas, Richard Sherman, Doug Baldwin, Russell Wilson after Seattle's loss to Rams Sunday.
Here's the ballot I submitted this weekend for The Associated Press' Top 25 poll:
A bad start got worse for the Seahawks when the Rams completely fooled them on a punt return halfway through the second quarter. Seattle, struggling to get much going after an opening drive that netted a field goal, punted the ball away from the Seattle 49. The Rams acted as if the ball was drifting