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Morning links: Reaction to Hawks 42-24 loss to Chiefs

Kansas City receiver Dwayne Bowe cuts between Seattle's Walter Thurmond and Earl Thomas (Joe Barrentine/TNT).

Here’s some reaction to Seattle’s 42-24 loss to Kansas City at Qwest Field on Sunday.

Dave Boling of the Tacoma News Tribune says the Seahawks have yet to prove they can physically match up against a good opponent.

More Boling: Not the kind of report card you want to bring home to mom.

With owner Paul Allen on hand, the Seahawks lose their second straight at home. The Seahawks have lost four of the last five by an average of 24 points.

Ryan Divish of The News Tribune writes that Seattle had no answer for Kansas City’s run game.

More Divish: The same goes for Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe.

Receiver Ben Obomanu was one of the few bright spots for Seattle, finishing with five receptions for 159 yards, including an 87-yard catch for a score.

The absence of Mike Williams had a significant impact on Seattle’s offense.

Check out the stats here.

Clare Farnsworth of recaps the game here.

ESPN’s Mike Sando writes that the Seahawks opened the door for the Rams in the NFC West by losing to the Chiefs.

Jerry Brewer of the Seattle Times writes that the Seahawks’ defense is now a major concern.

John Boyle of the Everett Herald writes that the Seahawks have become one dimensional on offense.

Don Banks of Sports Illustrated describes the NFC West race like watching a car wreck – you don’t want to look, but you slow down your car and take a peek anyway.

Kansas City’s Dwayne Bowe and Jamaal Charles make the list of Deion Sanders’ Prim Time Performers.