Here’s some links to start you off this morning.
The ball didn’t bounce the Seahawks way in the team’s worst loss of the season.
OL Chester Pitts finally got a chance to get on the field, the lone bright spot in a miserable performance by Seattle’s offensive line, which gave up eight sacks on the day.
Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com writes that Seattle lost the momentum they had built up during a two-game winning streak heading into this game.
John Boyle of the Everett Herald writes that Seattle’s offense has issues.
Mike Sando of ESPN writes that as poorly as San Francisco has played so far this season, they only have two less victories than division leader Seattle.
Greg Johns of Seattlepi.com wraps up the game here.
Jerry Brewer of the Seattle Times writes the Seahawks can’t survive the season with an offense this bad.
Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times writes Seattle’s defense kept the team in the game until the dam finally broke in the third quarter.
Vittorio Tafor of the San Francisco Chronicle writes the Raiders put together a rare, two-game winning streak.
Oakland Tribune columnist Monty Poole writes that at 4-4 the Raiders look like they are finally turning the corner.