Justin Forsett: Does anything else need to be said?
Josh Wilson: I thought Wilson had struggled at times during training camp, but he showed good closing speed on that one pass where he was beat, made up the space and knocked away the ball. He also looked good in other coverage. Plus, Wilson would have had a sack if he was not held. I'm not sure what the official was looking at other than maybe he wanted to call intentional grounding over holding.
Kevin Hobbs: Hobbs has had some difficult times as well during camp, I would say even moreso than Wilson. But at a time that the Seahawks needed him, he made a timely interception. Hobbs also had two tackles.
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Owen Schmitt: I know there has been a lot of questions about what exactly Schmitt has done, but Mike Holmgren continues to single him out every time he starts talking about players who did some nice things. He said it after the scrimmage, after the first preseason game and after Saturday's game. And this is without prompting. Schmitt always seems to be in the conversation with Holmgren.
Jordan Kent: The receiver was clearly Frye's favorite target, and he stood out alone among the top wideouts. He probably should have caught one of those balls in the end zone, though they were both difficult plays. That is the inexperience showing through. But every time you think he has taken a step back, he makes plays.
Brandon Coutu: If there was any question about his accuracy, he answered in a positive fashion. Despite having a tough week of practice, all his attempts were pure. He may not have moved ahead of Mare, who did a nice job kicking off, especially when he had a slight breeze at his back, but he certainly didn't hurt himself any.
Lawrence Jackson: He certainly seems to be the real deal. Twice in the first half I watched him specifically drop into coverage, once I believe on a slot guy, once on a tight end. He covered the tight end 15 or 20 yards downfield. Kerney drops into coverage occasionally, but I don't ever remember seeing him drop that deep.