Shock and awe for the Seahawks


Had it all the way, eh? That doesn’t seem to be the thought process being displayed by Heath Farwell’s face in the photo above.

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But, a win is a win is a win.

Based on our live chat during the game, good to see no one was concerned during the first half anyway.

In a sea of interesting postgame quotes, Richard Sherman, not surprisingly, probably said it the best. “You have to take it.”

He was referring to his fight for the pass to Owen Daniels that he turned into a pick-six. But, he could have been referring to the Seahawks’ approach or what another team is going to have to do to beat them.

It appears no one is going to back into a win against the Seahawks on the road and certainly not at home. They’re going to have to pound until the final whistle to make it happen.

That said, the Seahawks come home giddy winners with concerns. The offensive line — namely Paul McQuistan and J.R. Sweezy — was woefully overmatched Sunday. We’ll give Michael Bowie a bit of a pass since he’s a rookie and, at times, that was J.J. Watt in front of him.

Whether Breno Giacomini or Max Unger can return this week will be one of the pertinent questions heading into Indianapolis.

via Morning links: Shock and awe for/of the Seahawks | Seahawks Insider – The News Tribune.