The Seahawks came up one play short in their 25-17 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday at home. As we do after each Seahawks contest, we have polled the voices of 710 ESPN Seattle’s shows for their instant reactions to the game.
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This is just the tip of the iceberg of what they’ll have to say Monday on the air, so be sure to tune in to 710 ESPN Seattle throughout the day for plenty of Seahawks reaction, news and analysis.
Tom Wassell of Bob, Groz and Tom
Much of the blame will go to Russell Wilson, and that’s fine. He holds the ball way too long and on the second-to-last possession the offense moved about as fast as I do getting out of bed in the morning. That said, he took over the final drive to put Seattle in a position to win.
David Moore should have caught that ball, even with the tip, but whatever. He’s come up big already a bunch of times this season. Let’s go easy on the kid.
A dropped ball and a convincing loss to a very good team isn’t the end of the world, nor is it an indication that the last few wins were a mirage. This is still a developing team.
Also of note: the officiating was just bizarre.
Jim Moore of Danny, Dave and Moore
Even on a day when Russell Wilson didn’t have his A game, the Seahawks’ quarterback still put his team in position to pull off what would have been one of the most improbable comeback victories in franchise history.
If David Moore had been able to hang on to Wilson’ final pass in the back of the end zone, the Seahawks might have forced overtime with a …read more
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