The folks running Earl Thomas’ site give perspective to his impassioned press conference the other day in which he said he regained his “championship spirit” after the loss in San Diego.
Contrary to previous reports that had the Chargers’ receivers saying they “exposed” Richard Sherman, several Chargers expressed admiration for his ability.
Bruce Irvin apologized “to the 12th Man” for his “boneheaded play” that helped lose the game and also cost him some cash.
On to the Broncos …
Peyton Manning, 38, is in his third year in Denver, and he sounds like he will be back at least for a fourth.
Andy Benoit of MMQB predicts some of the strategies the Seahawks and Broncos will use against each other.
Denver tight end Julius Thomas is the next big challenge for Kam Chancellor and K.J. Wright.
And more …
According to this analysis, Russell Wilson is the league’s third-best two-minute quarterback.
The Seahawks aren’t the only team using a WR/RB hybrid (Percy Harvin). Danny Kelly of Field Gulls looks at the NFL trend.
Clay Travis of FOX Sports talks about the politicization of sports (the NFL) in the wake of Roger Goodell’s very politicky apologies-and-promises speech. Along the way, Travis points out that Goodell is just the scapegoat for issues that social media (and one video) have suddenly turned into bigger deals than they were 5-10 years ago.
While the media frets and frowns about a few bad NFL apples and makes it seem as if the entire league is populated by felons, Russell Wilson goes about his daily good deeds.