Seattle Seahawks: Won at Arrowhead. Won with their starters and won with their depth. The Seahawks showed something passing, rushing, defending the pass and in coverage teams.
Matt Hasselbeck: Has developed #1-receiver like chemistry with T.J. Houshmandzadeh. Hasselbeck showed confidence in the system and decisiveness in his reads. Spread the ball well. Better poise in the pocket and near flawless decision making.
T.J. Houshmandzadeh: Fulfilling potential of stronger, more athletic Bobby Engram.
John Carlson: Better as a blocker, and taking his receiving game to the heights of ‘game-changing'.
Julius Jones: Productive, undemanding, reliable and fearsome as a pass blocker.
Ray Willis: His pass protection has grown in bounds.
Nate Burleson: Freed from Holmgren's exacting offense.
Aaron Curry: Still a rookie, but fans needed to see the athleticism and power. See the athleticism and power.
Will Herring: Herring entered the league a tweener with a legitimate chance to never make it. His light build and cover-only instincts threatened his chance to ever become an NFL linebacker. Tonight, he survived in the scrum and showed what it's like to have a linebacker with DB zone skills.
Darryl Tapp: Disruptive.
Josh Wilson: Incredible awareness. Wilson adjusted to an underthrown ball as it passed over the linebackers and broke for an impressive near-pick before defending the ball from his back.
Derek Walker: Made impressive plays in garbage time to protect him from the cut to 75.
Devin Moore: Cut is a lock, but does Seattle bother with the practice squad?
Jeff Rowe: Camp days coming to an end.
Steve Vallos: Enough of a problem at center that Seattle will entertain free agents.
Seneca Wallace: That grimace and sullen look says: "the dreaded groin."
Olindo Mare: Unable to make up ground.
Kevin Hobbs: Picked on and playing his way out of the league.
Ken Lucas: Another so-so game.
Lofa Tatupu: Have we reached the point where Tatupu is too bulked up? I think he'd have trouble hugging me.
Cameron Morrah: Now well behind Joe Newton.