Kam Chancellor got a warm welcome from the fans and inspired his teammates to their first shutout since a 23-0 win over the Giants in 2013.
Jimmy Graham played a big role, scoring the only offensive touchdown. His seven catches were the second most by a tight end in team history.
With Marshawn Lynch sidelined, Thomas Rawls gave the Hawks a spark — becoming the first Seattle runner other than Lynch to go over 100 yards since Robert Turbin in 2012.
Lynch’s calf/hamstring injuries are “nothing to be alarmed by,” Pete Carroll said, although his status was unclear after the game.
The offense is still bumbling along in the first half, with no touchdowns yet this season.
Tyler Lockett played a big role in two special teams plays that gave the Hawks 10 points, including one that took a page out of the Rams’ playbook.
Lockett called his team-record 105-yard kick return a great birthday present (he turns 23 today).
Richard Sherman gave an entertaining account of his 64-yard punt return.
Hawk Blogger threw out a bunch of stats, including the historic nature of Lockett and Rawls’ performances.
Bruce Irvin hosted a 4-year-old fan with heart disease.
Lynch is in a hilarious new Pepsi commercial that jokes about his reticence to speak.