Here are a few links from some of the most interesting stories that circulated around the web after Sunday’s loss to the San Francisco 49ers:
From ABCNews.com: Five things to know about the Seahawks-49ers game.
Here are five things to take from Sunday’s NFC West showdown that saw the end to Seattle’s seven-game winning streak
From ESPN.com: The Seahawks are still confident following the loss.
The Seahawks still firmly believe they are on the right path to get there. Losing a close one to the 49ers didn’t place any doubts in their heads.
From ESPN.com: Richard Sherman believes bad calls were the reason for the loss.
Although the San Francisco 49ers beat the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, preventing Seattle from clinching the NFC West title, cornerback Richard Sherman was unimpressed, blaming the loss on “questionable calls” by officials in the game.
From Field Gulls: The players and coaches reactions to the loss.
Seahawk players and coaches seemed to remain, for the most part, upbeat despite yesterday’s tough divisional road loss to the Niners.
From The News Tribune: K.J. Wright will miss six weeks with a broken foot.
Wright was furious on the sideline after being hurt in the first half Sunday. He was coming off a week in which he helped shut down prolific Saints tight end Jimmy Graham on Monday night and was relied upon on Sunday to help stop the run and cover 49ers tight end Vernon Davis.
From The News Tribune: The loss will give the Seahawks a good lesson for the playoffs.
Like the number of injuries suffered by Seattle players on Sunday, the Seahawks’ 19-17 loss to San Francisco was painful but not fatal.