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Here’s reaction from Seattle’s 22-17 win over Baltimore on Sunday.
Here’s my game story. It’s the first time Seattle took a lead into halftime this year, and includes this quote from David Hawthorne on his interception when he was ran down by quarterback Joe Flacco: “That’s some stuff you dream about,” Hawthorne said about his interception. “Getting the ball and running toward the zone. But in my dream I don’t think I run out of bounds. I ran into the end zone, I dunked it on the goal post and did all kinds of stuff. But that didn’t happen today.”
Larry LaRue of The News Tribune gives us the run down on Marshawn Lynch’s big day. Seattle went to Lynch seven consecutive times during the final drive to ice the game.
Dave Boling of The News Tribune writes that Seattle went Old School on the Ravens, hitting the bully in the mouth.
John McGrath of The News Tribune writes for one day Seattle’s special teams gets a high grade, forcing two David Reed fumbles on kickoff that turned into six points.
Seahawks kicker Steven Hauschka got some measure of revenge against his former team who cut him two years ago, going 5-of-5 on field goals and tying a franchise record.
Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com writes that all three phase played well for the Seahawks against Baltimore.
Christian Caple of Seattlepi.com focuses on Seattle’s most impressive drive of the game, where they held the ball for the final 5:52 to ice the game.
ESPN’s Mike Sando offers some quick thoughts on the game here, including the fact that the NFC West went 4-0 over the weekend.
Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times writes that n terms of regular-season statistics, Marshawn Lynch’s three biggest single-game rushing performances as a Seahawk have come in his last four starts:
John Boyle of the Everett Herald writes that Seattle’s defense is beginning to make a name for itself.