Good Morning. I’m headed back to Tacoma and will post my thoughts on the quarterback situation a little later.
But for now, here’s a look at the reaction to Seattle’s 44-14 win over Kansas City, which gives the Seahawks a 3-0 record in exhibition play.
Here’s my game story. Golden Tate had this to say about Russell Wilson’s performance: “It’s exciting. We’re confident because if the defense covers well or has the right play called, this guy can tuck it and run. And he’ll start running and then throw it still across his body and make a completion. He’s just a very, very special player. And I’m excited to see him grow.”
And Terrell Owens flashed a glimpse of what we have seen in practice with a 40-yard catch in the second half, his first one in a Seahawks’ uniform.
Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times notes that tight end Anthony McCoy has had a solid preseason.
Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com writes that Russell Wilson came up big again.
Art Thiel of Sportspressnw.com writes that Wilson is playing like an experienced veteran, not a 23-year-old rookie.
Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com doesn’t believe that Terrell Owens will make Seattle’s final roster.
The Senior Bowl sent out a watch list highlighting 309 top seniors and potential NFL draft prospects.
ESPN’s Mike Sando notes Russell Wilson’s efficiency in his evaluation of Seattle’s performance against the Chiefs.
Adam Schein of NFL.com writes that Seattle is the NFL’s most fascinating team.
Doug Farrar of Yahoo Sports writes that Seattle appears to have found its starting quarterback in Russell Wilson.
710 ESPN Seattle’s Bob Stelton and Dave Grosby talk with ESPN analyst Tim Hasselbeck, who says that Russell Wilson’s height is a non-issue.