Monday Rewind: NFC West still up-for-grabs
After giving up 270 rush yards to the top-ranked Kansas City Chiefs rushing attack, the Seahawks are officially in panic mode. Although injuries have riddled both defensive and offensive lines, the Seahawks have five games to get their act together in order to clinch their first playoff appearance since 2007.
Broadcaster Steve Raible analyzed the disappointing 42-24 loss on Monday’s show, where the Seahawks fell into a tie for first place in the NFC West yesterday after St. Louis’ 36-33 road win at Denver. While the division is still up-for-grabs, next weeks’ game against the 1-10 Carolina Panthers is one the Seahawks must not overlook according to Raible.
“There’s still a division that’s out there for the Seahawks to win. That’s all a real plus, but that said, you really have to turn some things around and you better do it this week cause you have another chance at home, and you cannot afford to let these home opportunities get away from you.”
Seahawks CB, and former Husky, Roy Lewis talked about what the secondary must improve upon over the last five games in order to clinch the division, and also gave his take on this year’s Apple Cup.
Matt Barros, San Francisco 49ers beat writer for the Sacramento Bee, previewed tonight’s Monday Night game against the Arizona Cardinals.
Dave Burns from KTAR Phoenix previewed tonight’s Monday Night game between the Cardinals and San Francisco 49ers, and talked about what a victory would mean for their slim playoff hopes
Hall of Famer Dick Vitale talked about the upcoming Jimmy V Foundation Classic in New York, and how the top-ranked Duke Blue Devils are unbeatable at this point in the season.
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