The Brewery | Instant Replay: A brief sketch of the Seahawks' loss to Washington | Seattle Times Newspaper ...The Seahawks left a lot of plays on the field, with Jackson unable to play efficiently and wide receivers dropping passes early in the game. The loss ruined another great performance from running back Marshawn Lynch, who rushed for 111 yards. It was his third 100-yard performance in four games. It was the fifth time in the last seven games that Lynch had rushed for at least 88 yards. And Lynch scored a touchdown for the seventh straight game.
Penalties, penalties, more penalties continue to irk Pete Carroll | Seattle Seahawks & NFL News - seattlepi.com Carroll said he’ll continue to search for ways to solve the problem — the Seahawks committed 13 penalties in each of their previous two games before Sunday — and sounded as if he’s ready to start benching repeat offenders.
What happened with Seahawks-Redskins coin toss skirmish? | Seattle Seahawks & NFL News - seattlepi.com "Just competing. Words were said. I think it was a little bit different because another guy from Virginia and stuff like that," said Robinson, who like Hall is from Virginia. "Definitely out of character. I want to apologize to my teammates and all the Seahawks fans. That’s out of character for me. That’s it."
Seahawks miss their opportunity to arrive - Blog - MyNorthwest.com With 10 minutes left against Washington, things looked bright for the Seahawks. They led the inept Redskins by 10 points and they appeared poised to enter the playoff hunt.
DE Red Bryant a bright spot in loss to Redskins - Blog - MyNorthwest.com Defensive end Red Bryant was one of the few bright spots in the Seahawks' 23-17 loss to the Washington Redskins on Sunday.
Golden Tate has key touchdown, costly penalty in loss - Daily Links Blog - MyNorthwest.com Golden Tate's touchdown catch gave the Seahawks a 10-point lead, but the penalty he incurred while celebrating it cost the Seahawks valuable field position.
Taking a step back Marshawn Lynch ran for 100-plus yards for the third time in the past four games, and scored a touchdown in his seventh-consecutive game. Red Bryant blocked his third field-goal attempt of the season, and then got a hand on a PAT attempt as well. Cornerbacks Brandon Browner and Richard Sherman both intercepted passes. Just the kind of three-phase effort the Seahawks needed to run their winning streak to three games entering Thursday night’s nationally televised game against the struggling Philadelphia Eagles at CenturyLink Field. One problem: The Washington Redskins outplayed the Seahawks in the fourth quarter rallying for a 23-17 victory on Sunday to snap their six-game losing streak.
Carroll's players the ones going 'hormonal' - NFC West Blog - ESPN Long-term plans are a tough sell for sports fans shelling out thousands to buy tickets right now. The Seattle Seahawks, owners of the NFL's third-youngest roster entering Week 12, have sought to tide over their faithful with a hard-hitting defense and physical running game. They were doing a decent job of it, too, until a fourth-quarter implosion Sunday reminded them how far away they remain in the process.
17 Power, A Seattle Seahawks Blog
I'll keep this write-up short. This game kind of sucked to watch, and I know if you're like me, you probably aren't exactly digging for Seahawks reading material after a loss like this.
Rapid Reaction: Redskins 23, Seahawks 17 - NFC West Blog - ESPN
Thoughts on the Seattle Seahawks' 23-17 defeat to the Washington Redskins at CenturyLink Field in Week 12.
Seattle can't hold 10-point lead in 23-17 loss - seattlepi.com Twelve minutes away from becoming relevant in a rebuilding season, the Seattle Seahawks reverted to their losing ways. Now any thoughts the Seahawks might have held about getting back into the fringes of the NFC playoff picture are likely gone after a fourth-quarter meltdown. "I don't know what we've got to do better," Seattle QB Tarvaris Jackson said. "I feel like we had the game, all we had to do was finish it and we didn't finish it." "You had an opportunity to take another step and I feel like we let it slip today," said Seattle DE Red Bryant, who had a blocked field goal and extra point. "That's just a sign of a young team in terms of you have to take advantage of your opportunities."
Seahawks Blog | Game in review: Washington 23, Seahawks 17 | Seattle Times Newspaper One Roy (Helu) hurdled another Roy (Lewis) on his 29-yard touchdown run with 9:51 left in the fourth quarter, cutting Seattle's 10-point lead to 17-14. It was a well-blocked play, in which receiver Santana Moss peeled back to scrape off Seahawks middle linebacker David Hawthorne. Then Helu hurdled over Lewis, the Seahawks' cornerback, and he was gone for the first rushing touchdown the Seahawks have allowed since Oct. 2.