Here are a few links from some of the most interesting stories that circulated around the web after Monday night’s win over the St. Louis Rams.
From The News Tribune: Carroll, teammates not happy with Tate’s taunts after big touchdown.
“That has nothing to do with our football,” Carroll said. “That’s not the way we want to play, that’s not the way we want to present who we are and all that.
From Field Gulls: Seahawks win was ugly, but a win is a win.
Good teams win ugly. Seattle did that today. Seattle is 4-1 on the road. They’ve won the first two division road games. Who cares if it was disgusting?
From ESPN.com: Statistically, how did the Seahawks win?
For example, the Seahawks had only 135 yards of offense compared to 339 yards for the Rams. It was the fewest yards the Seahawks recorded in a win since they had 128 in a win over the San Diego Chargers in 2000.
From The Olympian: Rams deserve more credit than they are getting.
But when the game started, the St. Louis Rams, with a backup quarterback, decided to show up anyway. And the Seahawks spent a lot of time tripping on their superlatives.
From Seahawks.com: Russell Wilson’s press conference.
“The whole time time the defense was out there on that last possession, I completely believed they were going to stop them, I had no doubt in my mind.” — Russell Wilson