My story today delves into on the Seahawks continued struggles moving the ball on offense, including this quote from Robert Gallery: “Obviously an idiot can see it’s not good enough. That’s life in the big leagues. I can say we have a young group, but that doesn’t really matter at this point. Guys have to be ready to play, and we’ve got to put a good product on the field.”
And where’s Sidney Rice been these past, two games? We ask him here.
Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com says head coach Pete Carroll was blunt in his assessment of his team’s offensive line protection: “They ran right through us,” said Carroll.
Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times talks with rookie offensive tackle James Carpenter, who owns up to his mistakes against the Broncos.
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ESPN’s Mike Sando offers his thoughts on the game here.
Christian Caple of Seattlepi.com does the same thing here.
Jerry Brewer of the Seattle Times writes about linebacker Aaron Curry’s changed ways off the field: “I’m a Jesus freak!” Curry proudly proclaims.
Lindsay Jones of the Denver Post reports that ex-Seahawk Kevin Vickerson jawed with Robert Gallery after his chop block on teammate Brodrick Bunkley, and said the hit was “uncalled for.”
Mike Chambers of the Denver Post writes that Tim Tebow’s experience in Denver is mimicking Tarvaris Jackson’s experience in Minnesota.