Well, things have gone worse, no?
The Seahawks head into the bye week with the best record in the NFL as its only 10-win team.
Sunday, just about everything worked. Arguably, the Seahawks' run game was the worst part of the day. That's not an overall concern, obviously, since they came into the game as the No. 1 rushing offense in the NFL.
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One quick housekeeping note: I start a week-long furlough today. So, I'll about out of commission during the bye week. Dave Boling, and others, will be handling Seahawks stuff.
It's a quiet week. Pete Carroll is available Monday, but that will be it for the week.
Talk to you next week.
> My game story looks at the Seahawks getting it done in all facets Sunday as they head into the bye.
> Dave Boling writes about the jolt provided by Percy Harvin.
> John McGrath looks at a stout day for Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner, who helped shut down Adrian Peterson.
> Our photo gallery from the game.
> 710 ESPN writes that less is more for Russell Wilson, who was ferociously efficient Sunday.
> Seahawks.com says Seattle rode big plays to the win.
> Here's another photo gallery from the game.
> Game story from the Everett Herald.
> SI's Jim Trotter writes about Harvin's debut.
> Here's a recap from ESPN:> A video of that Russell Wilson flip pass to Marshawn Lynch.
> The Saints, meanwhile, move to 8-2. They go to Atlanta next week to beat up on the atrocious Falcons before coming to Seattle for a Monday night game that could decide home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs.
> The Broncos handled the Chiefs, 27-17, to allow the 1972 Dolphins to pop some champagne once again.