Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren just finished up. He was mostly positive, which is normal for a Monday press conference following a win. He praised the way Shaun Alexander and Maurice Morris have handled the time-share at running back and continued to heap praise on the very deserving Lofa Tatupu.
There were two areas he didn't have much good to say about – short-yardage offense and special teams. He said the team's failure to pick up first downs consistently in short-yard situations is "driving me out of my mind." He promised the issues on special teams – covering kicks, punting, and surprising, Josh Brown – will get better this week.
Also, he said he will likely continue to rotate the left guard spot between Rob Sims and Floyd "Pork Chop" Womack. He said "it's good to have a player like Pork Chop," because he was able to come in and play three positions against the Eagles – left tackle, right and left guard.