Good morning. We’ll talk about the game and other Seahawks-related stuff this morning at 11 a.m. during Monday Morning Qb. So come and commiserate Seattle’s poor effort in the final quarter against Washington.
For now, check out what’s out there for reaction on Seattle’s 23-17 loss to Washington on Sunday.
Here’s my game story, which focuses on the third and 19 play from midfield where Anthony Armstrong beat Brandon Browner for a 50-yard touchdown, his first catch since Oct. 23.
Dave Boling of The News Tribune writes that it’s time for Seattle head coach Pete Carroll to crack on repeat offenders regarding penalties. Couldn’t agree more.
Seattle receiver Mike Williams has become an afterthought in Seattle’s offense. Williams was held without a catch for a third game this season.
John McGrath of The News Tribune writes that there was plenty of blame to go around as Seattle fell apart in the fourth quarter.
Larry LaRue of The News Tribune focuses on the Seattle defense’s struggles in stopping journeyman Rex Grossman.
ESPN’s Mike Sando writes that most of Seattle’s mistakes were self-inflicted against Washington, a trend that Carroll has yet to get his hands around.
Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com writes that Seattle took a step back in the team’s loss to the Redskins.
Brady Henderson of ESPN 710 Seattle writes that Golden Tate apologized for his excessive celebration penalty, saying he did not fully understand the rule.
Art Thiel of Sportspressnw.com writes that that Seahawks probably played their most emotionally immature game since PopWarner.
Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times wonders if Tarvaris Jackson is still healthy enough to play and wonders if Charlie Whitehurst might be the one who starts against Philadelphia on Thursday with Seattle coming off a short week of preparation.
Rick Maese of the Washington Post provides more from Washington’s perspective on the trash talking and chippy play throughout the game.