The Seahawks on Monday headed off on their week-long bye having done just about all that could have been reasonably asked during their first 11 games.
I wrote about where they stand, and what happens now, for today’s paper.
As the Seahawks take a little break, so will the blog slow down a little bit as we catch our breath for the stretch run.
But we will host our usual Tuesday live chat today at noon, and we will pass along a few things throughout the week, as well.
For now, here are a few more links. …
— Hugh Millen breaks down Percy Harvin’s three, big impact plays in Sunday’s game;
— Times columnist Nicole Brodeur writes about Golden Tate’s appearance at a Gilda’s Club fundraiser;
— The New York Times profiles John Moffitt’s decision to walk away from football;
— Dave Wyman also breaks down Harvin’s impact;
— NFL.com details the playoff picture. Specifically, if the season ended today, the Seahawks would be preparing to play either the Eagles, Panthers or 49ers in the divisional round;
— Seahawks.com puts its focus on the team’s line play;
— ESPN.com offers some key Seattle numbers entering the bye;
— Here’s the Associated Press’ take entering the bye week;
— A report on a recent good deed from Bruce Irvin;
— Michael Silver of NFL.com says the Seahawks are in the driver’s seat entering the bye.