Dean Blandino, the vice president of officiating for the NFL, gave his most detailed explanation yet of the ruling on the fumble at the end of the Seattle-St. Louis game during an appearance tonight on the NFL Network.
Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin, who played mostly outside to make room for Percy Harvin, was back in the slot against the Rams after Harvin’s trade. Baldwin caught seven passes for 123 yards at St. Louis.
Here's the NFL's capsule preview of the Seattle-Carolina game with lots of facts and figures:
The Seahawks made a couple of roster moves today, claiming tight end Brett Brackett off waivers after waiving tight end RaShaun Allen to create room on the 53-man roster.
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As I wrote for today's paper, the Seahawks --- at least the coaches and higher-ups --- want to put the Percy Harvin trade behind them as quickly as possible.
We'll get going at noon. ...
Ben Roethlisberger passed for two touchdowns and receiver Antonio Brown added another on a gadget play during a decisive surge late in the first half, helping the host Pittsburgh Steelers rally for a 30-23 victory over the mistake-prone Houston Texans on Monday night.
As they have been for every other game this season, the Seahawks are favored Sunday to beat Carolina, by 4-5 points depending on the sports book (lots of lines here.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll and new Jets receiver Percy Harvin didn’t get into any specifics Monday of problems in Seattle.
The Arizona Cardinals are 5-1 for the first time in 38 years. After a victory at winless Oakland, the team sits alone atop the NFC West, with a two-game cushion in the loss column over San Francisco and the Seahawks.But the road is about to get a lot tougher for the Cardinals.
A closer look at the Carolina Panthers
Seahawks unit that has been hurt by injuries could gain an important body when Byron Maxwell returns from an injury.
Here's the official transcript of what Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said at his regular Monday press conference today:
Pete Carroll's Monday press conference served as both a post-mortem on Seattle's loss at St. Louis Sunday and the Percy Harvin trade and aftermath.
Most, but not all, say slow start Sunday had nothing to do with surprising trade that happened Friday
Percy Harvin met the media in New York today, and while he largely stayed away from going into detail about what happened in Seattle, he said two things of note.
Seattle defense couldn’t make key stop when it needed to in fourth quarter.
Larry Stone column: The Seahawks thought they’d avoid the Super Bowl hangover but are finding out just how tough it is in the NFL after winning a championship.
On his weekly Monday radio show on 710 ESPN Seattle, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll talked in more depth about Friday's stunning trade of Percy Harvin and essentially acknowledged that the team knew it was taking a risk when it made the trade to get Harvin in March, 2013.
Here are the snap counts for Seattle's game against the Rams Sunday.
PFF Week 7 Gradebook
So the Seahawks are now 3-3, and arriving at an early crossroads in their season.
Some Monday Morning Seahawks Second Thoughts. ...
The Seahawks made plays on offense, but were undone by an awful day on special teams in their 28-26 loss to the Rams.
And so it has come to this for the Seahawks, who once were the darlings of football, the baddest team in the NFL, the model of a franchise that seemed to do no wrong: They are grasping for positive signs in defeat. The Seahawks’ present is precarious at best, and grim at worst.
Manning throws four touchdown passes to surpass the mark of 508 by Brett Favre as Denver routs San Francisco 42-17.
After a crazy weekend that left Seattle’s season more uncertain than ever, cornerback Richard Sherman was sure of one thing — when the whistle blew, he had possession of a fumble by St. Louis’ Tre Mason with 1:14 left in the game.
If a truth emerged from Seattle’s 28-26 loss Sunday against the Rams, the players inside the Seahawks’ locker room had no trouble finding it. “Special teams killed us all day,” safety Earl Thomas said.