Head coach Pete Carroll indicated after the Seahawks' win on Monday that Marshawn Lynch has a good chance of returning in Week 5.
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Burke: Bad call was dramatic in many ways
It wasn’t the Fail Mary, but in terms of blown calls, it’s hard to shift a game result more than what happened last night, writes Brian Burke. Dramatic win probability shift
ESPN NFL analyst Trent Dilfer offers his insights on the blown call in Lions-Seahawks, the Falcons' offense and teams with lackluster records that could still bounce back.
What in the world is an illegal bat?
What happened last night in the Seahawks-Lions game? What's the controversy? Who ever heard of an "illegal bat"? And what SHOULD have happened? You've got questions, we've got answers. FAQ
How the Stars (and Stripes) saved Seattle
Grantland's Bill Barnwell writes that the officials gifting Seattle possession at the end of Monday's game is only a tiny bit less significant than it was for the Patriots to get Tom Brady back for the first four games of 2015. Kinda a big deal
Pete Carroll began his coaching career in 1974, but he said he's never seen a scenario like the one that played out at the end of Monday night's win.
ESPN NFL analyst Mark Brunell discusses Lions-Seahawks, Russell Wilson's fit with Seattle, Andrew Luck's injury, Jameis Winston's development and Colin Kaepernick's regression.
Dan & Stu on the end of the Lions MNF loss to the Seahawks plus Matt Forte and Jeff Daniels. Also Stugotz has to make two apologies.
Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer
During his weekly appearance on 710 ESPN Seattle, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said he would have done the same thing K.J. Wright did on the controversial fumble Monday night. "I would have done the exact same thing," he said. "I didn't know the rule either."
Michael Smith and Jemele Hill are joined by actor Jeff Daniels to discuss his latest role in the film "Steve Jobs". Plus, the two weigh in on the Lions' loss to Seattle, Steph Curry already being in mid-season form and more.
The NFL admitted late Monday night that it botched a critical call at the end of the Seattle Seahawks' 13-10 victory over the Detroit Lions.
Russell Wilson has been making up for the Seahawks' offensive line's shortcomings. How long can he continue?
Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith discuss Monday night's controversial win for the Seattle Seahawks, Joe Philbin's firing, Charlie Strong's hot seat, CC Sabathia's entrance to rehab and more.
Mike Greenberg, Mike Golic and Cris Carter discuss the Seahawks' MNF victory over the Lions and CC Sabathia's entrance to rehab. Plus, Buster Olney, John Smoltz and Jeff Daniels join the show.
Reactions to controversial ending
- SEA coach Pete Carroll: "We were fortunate."
- DET coach Jim Caldwell: "We're not going to cry about it."
- SEA LB K.J. Wright: "I wanted to just knock it out of bounds and not try to catch it and fumble it."
The Seahawks' offense hasn't looked good so far, but recent history tells us Pete Carroll's team gets better on offense as the season goes along, and that would make sense with this group.
Seahawks @ Bengals
Paul Brown Stadium - Sun 10/11