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Players of the game Seahawks defensive tackle Red Bryant had three solo tackles, half a sack and he became the first player in franchise history to block two field goals in a single game before being ejected in the fourth quarter of Seattle's loss. Cleveland kicker Phil Dawson made two field goals, each from 53 yards, and those two kicks made him Man of the Match in a football game with fútbol-like scoring. Play of the game Leon Washington returned a punt 81 yards for what appeared to be the go-ahead touchdown only to have it called back because of a block-in-the-back penalty against Kennard Cox. Cleveland's Kevin Dockery may have, um, embellished the impact of that block in the back, drawing the flag that nullified what would have been Washington's first touchdown of the season. Instead of six points, Seattle had first down at its own 45. Quarterback Charlie Whitehurst was intercepted on the game's next play. Turning point The Browns had the ball at their own...

Cleveland Browns TE Alex Smith accused of cheapshotting by Seattle's Red Bryant

Browns tight end Alex Smith accused of cheapshotting by Seahawks defensive end Red Bryant, who was ejected for headbutting Smith.

Browns TE Alex Smith Accused of Taking Cheap Shots on Sunday

For the most part, Seattle Seahawks defensive lineman Red Bryant had a great game on Sunday against the Cleveland Browns. He blocked two field goals and almost single-handedly kept the Seahawks in the game.However, he made one … [visit site to read more]Browns TE Alex Smith Accused of Taking Cheap Shots on Sunday - Dawg Pound Daily - Dawg Pound Daily - A Cleveland Browns Fan Site...

Seahawks Fans, Please Stop Blaming The Refs

One of the themes I’ve been seeing from Seahawks fans today has been outrage about the phantom illegal block in the back call on the Leon Washington return for a TD. The call was an awful call. Everyone thinks it was awful. Even the Fox announcers said it was awful. I also get that the 7 points was enough to change the outcome of the game. I can do the math as good as anyone,...

MMQB: A Seattle Seahawks Rant Like No Other

Brandon Choate breaks down the week 7 matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and Cleveland Browns in his Seahawks Monday morning quarterback. The offense was offensive as the defense and special teams did their job to keep the Seahawks in the game. Kam Chancellor, Red Bryant and Earl Thomas played well while Charlie Whitehurst did not.

Browns get to 3-3 in ugly win over Seahawks

Touchdowns? The Browns don’t need no stinking touchdowns! In a game that will never be remembered as a clinic on how to play offensive football (and may not be remembered by anyone other than Sehawks defensive tackle Red Bryant), the Browns beat the Seahawks 6-3 to get their record back to .500 on the season.…

Seattle Seahawks Week 7 Offensive & Defensive Game Balls

After each week of the regular season and possibly during the NFL playoffs should the Seattle Seahawks be so lucky Dave B will stop by and bring you his Seahawks game balls. Balls are awarded to the Seahawks offensive MVP Running back, PR/KR Leon Washington, and on defense middle linebacker David Hawthorne vs. the Cleveland Browns in Week 7...

Morning links: Reaction to Hawks 6-3 loss

Good morning. I’m on my way back to Seattle. We’ll hold our Monday Morning QB live chat at 1 p.m., so stop by and join in the conversation. Meanwhile, check out what is being said about the Seattle Seahawks 6-3 loss to Cleveland on Sunday. My game story deals with Seattle’s struggles offensively, including quarterback Charlie Whitehurst’s poor performance, perhaps answering...

Seahawks victim of ‘awful’ call that wipes out TD

Share: Leon Washington was the victim of a very questionable call in Sunday's game against Cleveland. (AP Photo) Even when the Seahawks managed to find the end zone on Sunday, they weren’t allowed to score. Leon Washington appeared to finally get the struggling Seahawks on the board with an 81-yard punt return for a touchdown in the third quarter. But it was called...

Week 7 - Seahawks Lose (R-Rated Thread)

That was an ugly, ugly game.  The botched call that negated a return TD by Leon Washington ended up deciding the game, but Charlie Whitehurst's poor accuracy did far more damage to Seattle than the refs could ever hope to do.  He had no feel for the pocket, threw pass after pass into double and triple coverage, and locked on to his primary receivers all game long.  Here'...

Return game is no picnic

After further review, a look at the NFL's day games during Week 7 shows that points were taken off the board four different times because of penalties. Also, in the 11 day games, a total of 1,408 penalty yards of penalties were called. That's a lot, folks. NFL officials have a very tough job and they don't get every call right. But after tracking their performance for...

Three steps back this weekend

There have been a lot of bad weekends of football among Washington’s big three programs over the last three years, but few have been as embarrassing as this one. In order, the Huskies were revealed by seventh-ranked Stanford to be major pretenders to the Top 25, the Cougars opened the door for Paul Wulff to get shoved out with an unacceptable blowout loss to one-win Oregon State...

Penalty costs Seahawks in 6-3 loss to Browns

Share: An illegal block — on a questionable call — wiped out Leon Washington's 81-yard punt return for a touchdown Sunday, and the Seahawks couldn't muster much offense in a sloppy 6-3 loss to the Cleveland Browns, whose only points came on a pair of long field goals by Phil Dawson. Desperate for a big play with backup quarterback Charlie Whitehurst unable...

Pete Carroll disagrees with game-changing block-in-back call

Share: Here's Leon Washington returning a punt 81 yards for a touchdown -- but it was called back on a highly questionable penalty. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan) RENTON — Immediately after it ended, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll was sure to be diplomatic about the officiating in his team’s 6-3 loss to the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. He was a little more critical on Monday...

Browns 6, Seahawks 3: Postgame Reactions

(AP Photo/Amy Sancetta) Mike Carey blows the call and the game. I am generally not one to blame the refs or the other team when my team loses, but this game was an exception. When the flag was thrown on Leon Washington’s 81 yard punt return it was clear the play would be nullified by a call such as an illegal block in the back as punts returns and kick returns are commonly...
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