Good morning. The Seattle Seahawks will have today and tomorrow off before returning to practice on Monday.
Roster cuts down to 75 players are due on Tuesday, and teams can begin trimming down rosters beforehand. So I will keep an eye out for roster moves from the Seahawks over the weekend.
That said, here’s reaction from the Seattle Seahawks 17-10 win at Green Bay on Friday.
And Golden State says he has a new-found respect for Packers fans after hearing a chorus of boos at Lambeau Field.
Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times offers notes and post-game thoughts here.
Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com recaps the game here. Christine Michael is his player of the game.
Danny O’Neil of 710 ESPN Seattle gives us his game in review.
Khaled Elsayed of Pro Football Focus reviews the Seahawks-Packers matchup. He gives Tony McDaniel the game ball for his work in the interior of the defense in stopping Green Bay’s running game.
Jerry McDonald of the Oakland Tribune writes that Matt Flynn could be on the verge of losing a starting quarterback job for a second straight year, as Terrelle Pryor outplayed him against the Bears.
Bill Barnwell of Grantland has a nice breakdown on coaching decision NFL coaches typically face during the season, including when to go for it on fourth down in goal line situations, and when to use time outs in two-minute situations.