Good morning. I’m working on another roster analysis today and will try to post it by Monday.
Here’s my game story from Seattle’s 27-17 win over Tennessee last night, focusing on the quarterback competition.
Dave Boling of The News Tribune writes that with the way the defense is playing and the offense is running the ball, Seattle’s three-way battle could be between Stan Gelbaugh, Kelly Stouffer and Charlie Whitehurst and it wouldn’t make much difference.
Doug Pacey of The News Tribune writes that Matt Hasselbeck received a loud ovation from the CenturyLink crowd, but struggled in his return to Seattle.
Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com names Russell Wilson is player of the game.
Steve Kelly of the Seattle Times writes that Matt Flynn needs to get more reps next week against Denver to cement his status as the No. 1 quarterback.
ESPN’s Mike Sando singled out running back Robert Turbin as a player who stood out against the Titans.
ESPN 710 Seattle’s Brady Henderson writes that the veteran receiver Braylon Edwards helped his case to make the team with a long touchdown grab.
Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean writes about Hasselbeck’s struggled against his former team.
Former Seahawks linebacker Aaron Curry is in Los Angeles to get a second opinion on a knee injury that landed him on the PUP list to start training camp.