The mood was upbeat in the locker room as guys got dressed and ready to head off into the night.
As you can imagine, most reporters huddled around running back Justin Forsett, who continued to state his case for making the final roster by finishing with a combined 256 yards on the game.
Check out the final stats here.
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On finding holes to run through, Forsett had this to say: "It was pretty easy. I've got a great offensive line and great fullbacks, they keep blocking for me, like Owen Schmitt and David Kirtman, they're out there blocking for me. So it's pretty easy to go out there and just run and find an opening."
On his chances to make the team, Forsett had this to say: "I take it step by step. I want to go and make the team first of all. And then they're going to use me wherever they want to use me. So I'm just going out there, wherever they put me, I'm going to give them 100 percent."
Jordan Kent was the other young guy who was impressive tonight, finishing with four catches for 50 yards. He also had a couple chances to make plays in the end zone but couldn't hold on to the ball.
The most impressive thing about Kent was his ability to make plays with his hands in the middle of the field. He looks like a guy out there playing instead of thinking, which will allow Kent to use his speed even more.
"That's been the thing that's really helped me as a player, is finally knowing the system to so well," he said. "Knowing the intricacies where I can go out there and react as opposed to thinking where you kind of got your head on a swivel.
"Today things did kind of slow down for me there, and that's a big confidence booster."
Charlie Frye didn't play well, but he did lead his team to a win. Frye finished 20-of-35 for 209 yards, 3 interceptions and no touchdowns. He made some poor decisions and probably should have thrown the ball away more than he did, but he did lead the team to scoring drives at the end of the game for the win.
Listen to Matt Hasselbeck talk about Frye's performance here.