The Seahawks are officially off today and tomorrow after beating Denver 40-10 in their second exhibition game last night.
Up next is a trip to Green Bay Friday night, a contest that looms as the most interesting of the preseason, with starters for each team likely to play at least a half, the third game traditionally serving as being as close to a dress rehearsal for the season as any other.
The Seahawks were far from perfect last night — 12 penalties and a lack of a pass rush early on being the two most notable. We’ll address each of those in more detail as the week goes on.
For now, a few more links covering last night’s game.
— I linked our stories in some of the entries below, and you can also find all of them grouped together here;
— Here’s all the coverage from Seahawks.com;
— ESPN.com’s Mike Sando was able to file his three things of interest in the third quarter;
— Jeff Legwold of ESPN.com offers a look at the game from a Denver perspective;
— Here’s the coverage from Doug Farrar of SI.com;
— NFL.com says it hardly seems fair that the Seahawks appear to have unearthed another gem in Jermaine Kearse;
— NFL.com wonders how much the Broncos should be worried about Champ Bailey and Wes Welker;
— NFL.com also has an update on Denver DE Derek Wolfe, who was injured early in the game;
— The Denver Post says the injury to Wolfe was one of just many concerns for the Broncos;
— CBSSports.com has this story.