Dave Boling of The News Tribune says with Seattle reaching the midpoint of the season at 2-6, perhaps it’s time to start looking at the rest of the season as a preview for 2012.
Boling: “OK, if it’s all in the course of rebuilding, it’s easier to swallow. Since it’s very unlikely they’ll be able to “get rid of the stuff” quickly enough to make a run in the final eight games, fans might wish to assume a different perspective.
Maybe they should not look at this as the second half of a painful 2011 season as much as it’s just an extremely early and extraordinarily long pre-season for 2012."
Tim Booth of the Associated Press focuses on Seattle’s issues with penalties and turnovers over the first half of the season.
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Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com takes a look at what worked and what didn’t work from Seattle’s game at Dallas.
Pete Prisco of CBS Sports gives the Seahawks a C-minus for their effort on Sunday.
Scott Johnson of the Everett Herald continues his The Game of My Life series with a profile on the Seahawk original star, quarterback Jim Zorn.
The good folks at sportspressnw.com provide a statistical look at Seattle’s penalties over the years, noting that Seattle is on pace to break the franchise record of 128 set by Chuck Knox’s Seahawks in 1984.
Wes Bunting of the National Football Post believe Alabama running back Trent Richardson could be the next Adrian Peterson.
KJR’s Hugh Millen and Ian Furness talk about the Seahawks’ loss in this audio link.