Dave Boling of The News Tribune writes about the Seattle Seahawks struggles in the kicking game on Sunday at San Francisco. Boling jokes that maybe Seattle will consider cutting the salaries of the team’s special teams players this week, because San Francisco did the same thing to Ted Ginn last week.
More Boling: When evaluating the Seattle’s performance on offense, he has one overriding feeling for Tarvaris Jackson – sympathy.
And although the offense struggled, the defense played well on Sunday. Red Bryant and the other members of the defense understand they need to take a lead role with a young offense.
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Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times writes that the Seahawks’ offense was only half bad, focusing on the adjustments they made in the second half.
ESPN’s Mike Sando provides his perspective on the game here, with Ted Ginn as the main storyline.
John Boyle of the Everett Herald writes about rookie Doug Baldwin’s standout performance in his first career start. He finished with four catches for 83 yards, including a 55-yard touchdown reception.
Christian Caple of Seattlepi.com offers his thoughts from the couch on Sunday’s game.
Gwen Knapp of the San Francisco Chronicle writes that 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh looks like he’s been coaching NFL wins for years.
Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com writes that Ted Ginn had to take a pay cut of over $1 million to stay on the 53-man roster.
Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee writes that Michael Crabtree was removed from the game because of his injured foot, but X-rays came back negative.