Here are a bunch of the official transcriptions of Seattle player quotes following the 30-24 win over Oakland:
In Sunday's home game against the winless Oakland Raiders, the Seahawks looked strong in the first half but surprisingly uncomfortable in the second before pulling out a 30-24 win instead of the blowout many had predicted.
Here are post-game videos of Seattle coach Pete Carroll and players Russell Wilson, Marshawn Lynch, Richard Sherman, Bruce Irvin and Jermaine Kearse:
The Seahawks capped the first quarter with an athletic interception return for a touchdown by linebacker Bruce Irvin. On a first-and-10 play from the Seahawks 27, Carr threw a short pass to the right intended for James Jones. Irvin batted the ball in the air with one hand, turned around and came dow
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Here's what Seattle coach Pete Carroll said after today's 30-24 win over the Raiders:
San Francisco quarterback fumbles into end zone as Rams pull off stunner, 13-10.
Bob Condotta: On a day when Seattle needed its defense to deliver, it did, despite missing three starters in Kam Chancellor, Bobby Wagner and Byron Maxwell. After Oakland's initial 50-yard drive, the Raiders didn't run more than seven plays or get more than 31 yards on its next 10 possessions.
The national media and major newspapers are unanimously picking the Seahawks to (pick your verb) beat the winless Oakland Raiders on Sunday. Most think it will be an easy victory, but not necessarily a blowout.
Seahawks guard James Carpenter suffered an ankle injury late in the third quarter and his return was listed as questionable.
A funny thing happened on the way to a blowout: The Raiders made it a game in the third quarter.
The Seahawks continued to struggle on offense (they gained 148 net yards despite holding a 24-3 lead) in their first possession of the second half, going three-and-out. Things only got worse on Jon Ryan's punt attempt, which was blocked by defensive end Denico Autry and recovered by wide receiver Br
The Seahawks added to their lead with a 78-yard drive late in the first half that was capped off by a five-yard touchdown run by Marshawn Lynch, his second score of the game. (Watch video here) The 11-play drive gave Seattle a 24-3 lead with 54 seconds left.
Already ahead 14-3 after Bruce Irvin's interception return for a touchdown, Richard Sherman got in on the action in the second quarter with his first interception of the season and 21st of his career. Raiders quarterback David Carr passed to the right side on third-and-five from the Oakland 25. The
The Seahawks' first offensive possession started with Marshawn Lynch, ended with Marshawn Lynch and had plenty of Marshawn Lynch in between.
Arizona checks in at No. 2 in the Associated Press preseason top 25 men's basketball poll while Utah is tied for 25th.
Left tackle Russell Okung tops a pretty star-studded list of inactive players for the Seahawks against Oakland today.
When the Seahawks were last seen at CenturyLink Field, Percy Harvin was refusing to play and Seattle was trudging off the field after a surprising loss to the Dallas Cowvboys.
We'll kick off the chat at noon ahead of Seattle's matchup with the winless Raiders.
Notes and links the morning after the Huskies' 38-23 victory at Colorado: