Mike Holmgren has his day-after news conference at 2:15 this afternoon. I will have updates after that. The players have been given the day off, so they are not available until Wednesday. They also have Tuesday off, their regularly scheduled break.
Here are a few notes from Sunday's 30-23 victory over Chicago:
QB Matt Hasselbeck
His 30 completions tied for the second most of his career. The 337 passing yards marked his 15th-career 300-yard passing game, most in franchise history. Hasselbeck had 15 first-quarter passing attempts, second most of his career (16 last week versus SF). Hasselbeck now ranks third in the NFC with 17 TD passes, fifth with 2,638 passing yards and fourth in passer rating (91.3).
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Hasselbeck Single-Game Completions
36 at San Diego 12/29/02
30 Chicago 11/18/07
30 at Cleveland 11/4/07
30 at San Francisco 12/1/02
WR D.J. Hackett
Set career highs with nine receptions, 136 yards and a 59 yard reception. It marked Hackett's third-career 100-yard game and second in as many weeks.
WR Bobby Engram
He was presented during pregame with the award for being named Seahawks Man of the Year by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. He went on to catch eight passes for his jersey number (84). He ranks fifth in the NFC in receptions (60) and yards (744). His best season in a Seahawks uniform came in 2005 when he caught 67 passes for 778 yards.
2005 (13 games) vs. 2007 (10 games)
67 Rec 60
778 Yds 744
3 TDs 3
Seattle forced the Bears three-and-out four times. For the season, Seattle leads the NFL in forcing three and outs with 39.
Seattle forced two fumbles versus the Bears and are now tied with the Detroit Lions for the NFL lead with 16.
With five sacks, Seattle ranks second to the N.Y. Giants (34) with 31 sacks this season.
NFL Sack Leaders
Seattle has had three games in which a player has recorded three or more sacks.
4.0* Darryl Tapp 10/21 vs. St. Louis
3.0 Julian Peterson 9/30 at San Francisco
3.0 Patrick Kerney 11/18 vs. Chicago