I’ve stayed in the desert to help with our coverage today of the Washington-Arizona State game. A really intriguing contest, to be sure, as UW tries to right the ship a little bit after two straight losses.
The Seahawks, remember, take a little break as they don’t play again until Oct. 28 at St. Louis.
As such, the blog may be a little lighter for a few days, as well.
But for now, here are some morning links:
— Here’s my day-after story on the win at Arizona, focusing on the play of the defense;
— Richard Sherman was fined $7,875 for his late hit against Tennessee;
— Seahawks.com also breaks down the pass rush success Thursday night;
— Here’s ESPN’s weekly Upon Further Review;
— The Associated Press says the Seahawks are the class of the NFC;
— Yahoo.com wonders if the offensive line issues might keep Seattle from winning the Super Bowl;
— USA Today wonders if Richard Sherman is right in stating that Seattle has the best secondary in the NFL;
— Arizona coach Bruce Arians said it was the first time in 20 years he coached a team that didn’t have a play of longer than 20 yards in a game;
— Arians also called Seattle’s defensive front “very good”;
— ESPN with four takeaways on the game from the Cardinals’ point of view;
— Former Seahawk Chris Harper was claimed by the Packers yesterday;
— Finally, Jake Locker will start tomorrow for the Titans, a few weeks earlier than originally expected.