CHAWK LINES -- Seahawks at Rams

Field Gulls passed on the latest on Kam Chancellor: (1) Teammates have come to John Schneider and Pete Carroll asking them to resolve the situation and get Chancellor in and (2) they were close to a deal in mid-August, but it fell apart. Also, check out the homage to “Back to the Future” in the Field Gulls pic.

The Seahawks lamented missed tackles and big passing plays (eight of more than 20 yards). Cliff Avril said, “It felt like we gave up the most explosive plays that we’ve given up since I’ve been here.”

Dion Bailey said he should have just tackled Lance Kendricks and taken the pass-interference penalty when Bailey fell while trying to cover the tight end.

Don’t blame Bailey for all of the defense’s problems though. Tight ends were a big problem for them last season, even with Chancellor.

The Rams once again pummeled Russell Wilson, sacking him six times for the third time in his seven games against them. “Those guys are really good up front, and they got the best of us today,” said Russell Okung, who gave up the final sack.

Not sure of Hawk Blogger’s source, but he says the Hawks have lost 36 straight games when allowing at least 27 points and have one win in their last 43 such games.

Also per Hawk Blogger, that was just the second loss in 24 games in which Pete Carroll’s Seahawks have tallied three takeaways.

More HB stats: Tyler Lockett is one of four players since 1970 to score on his first NFL punt return and one of nine to score on a punt return in his first game.

The Packers won their first game since the stunning loss to the Seahawks in the NFC title game — and now they will get ready to play the Seahawks again next Sunday night. “I’ll get to the film tomorrow morning and be ready for them,” QB Aaron Rodgers said.

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