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Seattle Times Oct 23, 2017
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll ‘fired up’ about play up front, calls Doug Baldwin-Tom Cable incident a dead issue

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll ‘fired up’ about play up front, calls Doug Baldwin-Tom Cable incident a dead issue

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll cited improved play on both lines as a key to the win over the Giants Sunday.
Seattle Times Oct 23, 2017
Seahawks injury report: Center Justin Britt has sprained ankle and might not practice until Friday

Seahawks injury report: Center Justin Britt has sprained ankle and might not practice until Friday

The status of center Justin Britt is unclear as the Seahawks begin another work week due to a sprained ankle suffered against the Giants Sunday.
Field Gulls Oct 23, 2017
Seahawks offensive line has best game of 2017

Seahawks offensive line has best game of 2017

The heavily criticized offensive line allowed only one sack and a handful of hits of Russell Wilson The Seattle Seahawks had some hiccups and bumps in their game Sunday against the New York Giants, however, the young offensive line had its best game of the season, performing especially well in the second half. The much maligned unit, playing without Luke Joeckel following his knee surgery, played far from perfect but came together to play a much better game than many had feared they would. The mainstays of the line this season, Justin Britt and Germain Ifedi, continued to play well, though...
Seattle Times Oct 23, 2017
Are Seahawks back to Super Bowl form? What the national media are saying about Seattle’s big win over Giants

Are Seahawks back to Super Bowl form? What the national media are saying about Seattle’s big win over Giants

Seattle's dominant win in East Rutherford, NJ proved they are still a force to be reckoned with. Here's what national media members had to say about the game:
Field Gulls Oct 23, 2017
Seahawks PFF: Rees Odhiambo has best game of career, and other notes from win over Giants

Seahawks PFF: Rees Odhiambo has best game of career, and other notes from win over Giants

On Sunday afternoon, the Seattle Seahawks defeated the New York Giants 24-7 in MetLife Stadium. This was the Seahawks third consecutive victory over the Giants in New Jersey and their fifth victory since the stadium was built. Here are some key stats provided by ProFootballFocus Elite from this game: Russell Wilson was under pressure 38.1% of his dropbacks. When he wasn’t under pressure, he completed 19 passes out of 26 attempts for 210 yards and three touchdowns. Rees Odhiambo had his best game of the season only allowing one quarterback pressure (a hurry) on 42 pass block snaps,...
Field Gulls Oct 23, 2017
Seahawks offense stole the conversation against Giants, but defense held center stage

Seahawks offense stole the conversation against Giants, but defense held center stage

Seattle moved back to the top of the NFL in scoring defense with a suffocating all around performance in New York The Seattle Seahawks’ offense finally found a way to dominate Sunday—it dominated the attention during and after Seattle’s 24-7 win over the New York Giants with a histrionic performance: a string of costly dropped passes, a wacky fumble, a sideline scuffle, a horrific 10-play goal line opportunity squandered, a contested touchdown on a flea-flicker toss-back bomb to Paul Richardson, and ultimately a ton of production with atypically one-sided time of possession in the...
Field Gulls Oct 23, 2017
Century Links 10/23: Seahawks Beat Giants in NY

Century Links 10/23: Seahawks Beat Giants in NY

Read! Seattle Seahawks overcome early offensive mistakes to rout Giants - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPNIt's getting to be a habit: The offense grinds its gears early before finding a rhythm, while the defense hums throughout. So it was again Sunday. The Seahawks play some ugly football sometimes. And they’re still a Super Bowl contender. - The Washington PostSeattle slogged its way to a 24-7 win over the Giants on Sunday but remains one of the NFC's top teams. Seahawks-Giants: Seattle Overcomes Slow Start to Top New York | SI.comThe Seahawks offense came to life after halftime against...
New York Post Oct 23, 2017
Giants running game disappears just as quickly as it appeared

Giants running game disappears just as quickly as it appeared

So much for the ground and pound. While the Giants were able to cover for their injury-depleted receiving corps by producing its best rushing attack of the season in last weekend’s win over the Broncos, the run game regressed to early-season form in Sunday’s 24-7 loss to the Seahawks, amassing just 46 yards on 17...
Field Gulls Oct 22, 2017
Referee Tony Corrente on the Paul Richardson catch: That’s a touchdown

Referee Tony Corrente on the Paul Richardson catch: That’s a touchdown

The Seattle Seahawks beat the New York Giants 24-7 on Sunday, with seven points coming on a controversial catch by Paul Richardson for a long touchdown from Russell Wilson. PAUL. RICHARDSON ! Il attrape la bombe de Russ pour le TD ! #Seahawks pic.twitter.com/qF9UOUDtiE— NFL France (@FirstDownFR) October 22, 2017 Many wondered if Richardson could have possibly had possession while he was fighting for the ball with Giants defender Landon Collins. But referee Tony Corrente says that it was because they were fighting for the ball that it was a catch. What referee Tony Corrente said...
Big Blue View Oct 22, 2017
Post-game quotebook: Giants react after 24-7 loss to Seattle

Post-game quotebook: Giants react after 24-7 loss to Seattle

What are New York Giants players saying after falling to 1-6 on Sunday with a 24-7 loss to the Seattle Seahawks? Here is some of the post-game reaction. Eli Manning on what his message would be to his teammates ... “We’ve got to keep grinding. Obviously, we’ve had a tough start, lost some key players, but they’re not going to make it easy for us, no team [will]. So, we’ve got to keep finding ways to get better. I think the game plan these last couple of weeks was, try to keep the game close, get into the fourth quarter, try to make a couple big plays. We just didn’t quite hit...
New York Post Oct 22, 2017
Landon Collins blasts late touchdown call: ‘It’s crazy’

Landon Collins blasts late touchdown call: ‘It’s crazy’

Like so many times last season, Landon Collins thought he had swung a game with an interception, pulling down a Russell Wilson pass in the end zone to give the Giants an opportunity to reclaim the lead in the fourth quarter against the Seahawks. But like so many times this season, the Giants landed on...
Big Blue View Oct 22, 2017
At 1-6, Giants’ fans react with anger, sadness, resignation

At 1-6, Giants’ fans react with anger, sadness, resignation

Here is a small sample of what fans were saying on Twitter Sunday night The New York Giants are 1-6 after Sunday’s 24-7 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. Here is a smattering of the reaction from an unhappy fan base. #firejerryreese #fireBenMcadoo #fireMarcRoss— T'Challa (@BP_Civil_War) October 22, 2017 We have no offense. I feel bad for Eli— Ronny McFatty (@RonnyMcFatty) October 22, 2017 #FireMcAdoo #FireMcAdoo #FireMcAdoo #FireMcAdoo #FireMcAdoo #FireMcAdoo #FireMcAdoo #FireMcAdoo #FireMcAdoo #FireMcAdoo #FireMcAdoo— Nate Kucsma (@Nate_Kucsma_ASI) October 22, 2017 I...
New York Post Oct 22, 2017
Plenty of Giants in danger of being deep-sixed as season fades away

Plenty of Giants in danger of being deep-sixed as season fades away

It was like this once, back in the darkest days of John Mara’s football Giants life, when the defense would shout across to the offense, “Just hold ’em.” Deja Blah all over again. Eli Manning & Co., 24-7 losers to the Seahawks have the look of an overweight hiker laboring to trudge uphill carrying a...
Big Blue View Oct 22, 2017
Nine things we learned in the Giants’ 24-7 loss to Seattle

Nine things we learned in the Giants’ 24-7 loss to Seattle

This won’t be a happy bye week for the Giants Well, you can forget all that optimistic chatter about maybe getting on a winning streak finally getting a victory last week. Forget the idea that that the New York Giants might become the first NFL team to make the playoffs after starting 0-5, or that they might at least find a way to make an interesting run at that. What is the biggest lesson we learned on Sunday as the Giants were manhandled by the Seattle Seahawks, 24-7? Well, that the Giants are a bad football team. Shoot, they were a bad football team when Odell Beckham Jr. and Brandon...
New York Post Oct 22, 2017
Giants report card: Putrid offense earns failing marks

Giants report card: Putrid offense earns failing marks

Grades from the Giants’ 24-7 loss at home to the Seahawks: Offense Yeah, we know they are depleted, but this was some pathetic stuff. Cannot win with 2 for 12 on third down, 177 total yards, 46 rushing yards and 20 Eli Manning incomplete passes. These wide receivers cannot get open. TE Evan Engram (6-60,...
Field Gulls Oct 22, 2017
Cigar Thoughts, Game 6: Seahawks get hit in junk, throttle Giants anyway

Cigar Thoughts, Game 6: Seahawks get hit in junk, throttle Giants anyway

The Seattle Seahawks used stellar defense and a white-hot Russell Wilson to overcame another slow start, beating the New York Giants 24-7 and improving to 4-2. If I told you that in the first half, the Seahawks would run 41 plays to the Giants’ 18, out-gain them 222 to 42, and hold the ball for 21 of the game’s first 30 minutes; what would you guess the score would be? Probably not 7-3 New York, but that’s what we got. So how in the hell does that happen? How about a 16 play, 89 yard, nine minute drive that results in a 4th down pass hitting Jimmy Graham in the scrotum before falling...
Field Gulls Oct 22, 2017
Seahawks little Giants, win 24-7: Instant reaction vid

Seahawks little Giants, win 24-7: Instant reaction vid

I made a video. It’s probably not worth watching. Seahawks (cliche headline because "Giants" is a common word in pop culture) the Giants: instant Reaction video from Kenneth ArthurPosted by Field Gulls: For Seattle Seahawks News and Analysis on Sunday, October 22, 2017
Field Gulls Oct 22, 2017
Seahawks-Giants postgame observations: Things that mattered in Seattle’s 3rd straight win

Seahawks-Giants postgame observations: Things that mattered in Seattle’s 3rd straight win

The Seattle Seahawks won their third straight game on Sunday, defeating the lowly New York Giants 24-7. It wasn’t even three possessions-close, with the Seahawks coming close to blowing the Giants out if they had connected on a couple more passes. Regardless, Seattle is now 4-2 and will return home for two home games, first against the high-flying Houston Texans before Washington comes to town. The Seahawks are still yet to hit their stride in 2017. There were miscues on offense and they often looked disjointed in the first-half, but they continue to find ways to win and are positioning...
Seattle Times Oct 22, 2017
Seattle sports world reacts to Seahawks running away with win over New York Giants

Seattle sports world reacts to Seahawks running away with win over New York Giants

The Seahawks should be feeling good after thoroughly dominating the Giants. Here's what it got people talking about.

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