Seahawks Monday links
From today's Herald:
Rich Myhre's game story on Seattle's first home loss in two years.
My column on the Cardinals showing that the Seahawks aren't invincible at home after all.
A look at the two calls that went against Seattle and the official's explanation of them. A story on Seattle's defense playing well, but yielding a late go-ahead score for the second time in three games. And one of the offense and Russell Wilson struggling. We sent David Krueger to the Arizona locker room to get the take from the other side.
And a photo gallery from Jenny Buchanan, which includes a must-see shot of Kam Chancellor and Michael Floyd that looks like an outtake from the next Karate Kid movie.
Coverage from the Tacoma News Tribune here, and from the Seattle Times here. And for the view from the other side, here's the Arizona Republic's coverage.
Seahawks.com has its game at a glance.
Danny O'Neil of 710 ESPN Seattle says Sunday was a day to forget for Russell Wilson and the offense.
Art Thiel of SportsPressNW.com on how the Cardinals shut up Seattle.
USA Today notes that Arizona players appeared to be mocking Marshawn Lynch by snacking on Skittles on the sideline.
Peter King's MMQB column looks at the coaching job Bruce Arians is doing in Arizona. King also agrees with Seahawks fans that Arizona's game-clinching interception sure looked like an incomplete pass, and he keeps the Seahawks on top of his rankings, though without the "massive line of demarcation" he put between 1 and 2 last week.
Grantland.com's look at Week 16 takes a look at the way Arizona's defense shut down the Seahawks, as well as mostly good but a little bit bad day for Richard Sherman.
Most recent Seattle Sidelines posts
- Wagner on making the Pro Bowl; Wilson and Bennett on being left out Dec. 24
- Seahawks QB Russell Wilson named NFC offensive player of the week Dec. 24
- Five Seahawks named to Pro Bowl roster Dec. 23
- Notes from Pete Carroll's Tuesday press conference Dec. 23
- Punters do teleconferences too: a chat with Bothell HS grad Johnny Hekker Dec. 23
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