Here are a few links from some of the most interesting stories that circulated around the web after Sunday’s loss to the Indianapolis Colts.
From Sports Illustrated: The Colts made a statement beating the Seahawks.
…the Colts are 4-1 and at the top of the AFC South. They moved to that mark by knocking off the previously unbeaten Seattle Seahawks 34-28 in a game that made a clear statement that this franchise is built to win now and into the future.
From Seahawks.com: Jermaine Kearse continues to make big plays.
On any given Sunday, Jermaine Kearse made a couple of plays that would have been the difference between the Seahawks winning and, well, not winning.
From ESPN.com: Sunday’s loss a tough one for Seattle to swallow.
Receiver Golden Tate shook his head and said, “I feel like we just lost the Super Bowl.”
From The Wall Street Journal: Luck and Wilson shining bright as young quarterbacks.
After Andrew Luck’s Colts edged Russell Wilson’s Seahawks 34-28 on Sunday, NFL fans can’t be blamed if they’re wishing for a rematch that isn’t scheduled until 2017.
From Field Gulls: The Seahawks are overrated.
…the refs were not the reason the Seahawks lost this game [to the Colts].