The Seattle Seahawks had no time to enjoy their comeback victory over New England.
Not with division rival San Francisco up next and only a couple of days to get ready.
The Seahawks were already cramming on Monday in preparation for Thursday night's game on the road. Both Seattle and San Francisco have 4-2 records and are part of a three-way tie with Arizona on top of the NFC West.
Even with game planning already under way, Seattle coach Pete Carroll did compliment his team on its fourth quarter performance against the Patriots. Down 23-10, Seattle scored 14 points in the final 7:31, capped by Russell Wilson's 46-yard TD pass to Sidney Rice.