A short week means the Seahawks are right back to work today to get ready for Sunday’s game against Tampa Bay.
And job one will be addressing some of the challenges faced by the offense Monday night in St. Louis.
Jayson Jenks details some of the frustration felt by the offensive players afterward.
Also today. …
— Here’s our story on Sidney Rice being lost for the season;
— Seahawks.com calls Earl Thomas the best player during the best start in team history;
— Here’s ESPN’s weekly quarterback watch examining Russell Wilson’s play;
— Monday’s game drew a 36.4 TV rating in Seattle;
— The San Francisco Chronicle looks at who has the edge the rest of the way — the Seahawks or 49ers?;
— St. Louis Rams.com revisits some keys to Monday night’s game;
— NFL.com rates Wilson No. 7 this week;
— NFL.com also examines what was learned about every NFC team in the first half of the season;
— Robert Klemko of SI.com wonders if the Seahawks are really good enough to win the Super Bowl;
— Finally, interesting stat here from Mike Sando:
Got question about how many times Russell Wilson has run for a FD on 3rd down. Only 4. But he has 10 on 1st down. No other QB more than 4.
— Mike Sando, ESPN.com (@SandoESPN) October 30, 2013