Good morning. Our Monday Morning QB live chat will take place as usual on Monday, at 11 a.m.
And we’ll talk to Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll at noon today. The players have until Tuesday off, which is well-deserved.
Here’s a look at what’s been said about Seattle’s impressive, 31-14 win over Philadelphia Thursday night.
Here’s my game story. Seattle center Max Unger said it was important for his team to finish after losing a fourth-quarter lead to Washington just four days earlier: “To finish a game like that was big time. We didn’t get it done last week, but we did a little better job this time.”
Larry LaRue of The News Tribune writes that Golden Tate finally took his practice habits to the game, finishing with four catches for 47 yards.
Dave Boling of The News Tribune writes with Marshawn Lynch’s latest impressive performance it might be time to pay the man. Lynch is in the final year of his deal.
Ryan Divish of The News Tribune writes that the Seahawks took Turnover Thursday to heart, with four interceptions, including David Hawthorne’s 77-yard interception return for a score.
ESPN’s Mike Sando says the Seahawks wouldn’t be the same without Lynch driving the offense.
Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com reviews the game here.
Check out Pete Carroll’s locker room speech after the game in this video link.
Larry Stone of the Seattle Times offers an interesting report from the Philadelphia locker room, which includes LeSean McCoy saying his team is way better than Seattle, and Trent Cole giving props to Marshawn Lynch.
ESPN’s Dan Graziano put it simply in his wrap-up of the game – the Eagles are losers.
Art Thiel of SportspressNW.com writes that the “soft” Seahawks showed some gristle behind the hard running of Lynch.