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September 15, 2014 at 9:48 AM

Seahawks Daily Top 10: A few notes from the Pete Carroll Show, and some day-after links and Tweets

Time to wrap up some of what is out there about the Seahawks today after a 30-21 loss at San Diego Sunday:

1, A couple of quick notes from coach Pete Carroll’s regular day-after-game appearance this morning on ESPN 710 Seattle. First, Carroll said Marshawn Lynch walked off the field before the game ended because his back had tightened. Second, he said he did not know about Richard Sherman not talking to the media. As for the game, he said of the Chargers that “We saw a team execute like crazy.  They did a great job.” Asked if what San Diego did can be a template for other teams to follow, he said, “I don’t think  it’s that easy. Teams are what they are.” Carroll also said the Seahawks played aggressively on the final defensive series, when the Chargers were kneeling down, because “we were going for every last-ditch shot we had” to try to force a turnover.

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2, You can find all of our coverage here.

3, All of the coverage from the San Diego Union-Tribune is here.

4, Here’s all that the national media is saying about the game. Also, interesting takeaways on every NFL game here from NFL.com.

5, USA Today calls the Legion of Boom one of the losers of week two.

6, USA Today’s For the Win column rips Sherman for not talking and the Big Lead also has more on that. And Gregg Doyel of CBSSports.com says it shows Sherman is a front-runner. And Keenan Allen had even more to say about Sherman on his Instagram page.

7, Here’s one thought on the Percy Harvin touchdown not being reviewed:

And a thought on the defense:

8, Seattle will quickly turn its attention to a Super Bowl rematch against Denver, which held on late to beat Kansas City and improve to 2-0. Here’s everything about the Broncos from the Denver Post. That includes this column from Woody Paige, who says that Denver should brace for Seattle being ready for the game.

9, The Seahawks are a 4.5-point favorite. A little analysis of the betting line here.

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