Obviously the Seahawks didn't want to lose Sidney Rice, but Jim and Wyman don't think it's going to derail the Seahawks in any way. Listeners weigh in.
Seahawks center Max Unger says the O-Line is well-aware of the problems they have and says they do apologize to Russell when he gets hit in the backfield. They're happy to be 7-1, but they know what they have to do to make a real push heading into the second half of the season.
Jeffri Chadiha with ESPN's E:60 had a wonderful interview with Marshawn Lynch that aired last night. He says Lynch has become more comfortable and wants to get a side of himself out there that hasn't been seen yet. He also explains why Lynch has a tough time trusting people and the tough time he had with his father's absence. In his second segment, Chadiha said Lynch didn't talk too much at first, but when he opened up, Jeff learned that he became a man far too young, growing up seeing things like violence and poverty.