Sorry for the lateness of the links, but I spent the morning searching for Seattle's offensive consistency. Still looking. It was debacle from the opening play of the game and it got no better. It's sad that a malfunctioning camera may have provided the most entertainment for Seahawks fans.
Anyway here's Frank's game story.
Dave pulls no punches and takes the Hawks and head coach Mike Holmgren to task.
Never miss a local story.
Darrin wrote about the not so special teams, including long snapper Boone Stutz.... now you know why we spend so much time talking about the long snapper.
Columnist John McGrath wrote about the embarrassing weekend of football for the state of Washington that punctuated by the Hawks' woes.
I wrote about the reemergence of the Saints offense and tailback Reggie Bush.
Here's the game notebook that deals with the camera problems, the inability to get a stop on third down and fullback Mike Karney returning to the area.'
Here's a nice story on Mack Strong from the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer.
From the New Orleans Times Picayune....Here's the game story, which talks about the Saints setting the tone early with a 21-0 first half lead. the defense tormented Hasselbeck all day. The P-I's Dan Raley was writing for the Picayune and he did a story about Shaun Alexander being stymied by the Saints. Columnist John DeShazier writes about the New Orleans team everyone expected finally showing up.
This week's opponent, the St. Louis Rams...
Maybe the 0-6 Rams are what the Hawks need. But then again, the Saints were winless too.
Frank posted that Marc Bulger is expected to start this week, probably a good thing because Gus Frerotte wasn't the answer. The injury list for the Rams grew a little longer. The defense seemed to look better for the Rams.
Columnist Bernie Miklasz didn't like Scott Linehan's strategy in the loss.
Columnist Jeff Gordon has a more positive outlook.
AROUND THE NFL....
Here's Peter King's Monday Morning QB, which leads with the ageless wonder Vinny Testaverde....
Here yahoo's Michael Silver's weekend wrap up column
Here's Bill Simmons' column about his favorite team, the PAtriots.
The PAts-Cowboys game had the highest ratings, while the Hawks game garnered some of the lowest ratings.
Vince Young had an MRI on his ailing quad, and is day-to-day
Here's a column about football's popularity booming at baseball's expense from the New York Times.
Is there QB controversy brewing with the Jets?
Redskins receiver Santana Moss benched himself for lack of production.
T.O. wasn't too happy after the loss. Shocker.
Why even kick it anywhere near Devin Hester at this point.
Chiefs defensive end Jared Allen is a force.
To be fair, Adrian Peterson's running style is a little different than Shaun's.
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