Week Four found the Seahawks flying to Indianapolis to face the undefeated Colts, led by their great quarterback Peyton Manning.
Seahawks players walk from their chartered Delta airplane to buses that would take them to the team hotel in Indianapolis on Saturday.
While last week’s color was green, this week the NFL played with a nod to the color pink, and the battle against breast cancer.
Stacks of pink wristbands and towels awaited players in the locker room before the game.
Wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh was one of the players who wore special new shoes featuring pink, which contrasted with the chrome bottoms of his cleats.
Deion Branch stretches on the turf at Lucas Oil Stadium before the game. The new stadium features a retractable roof and windows on each end.
The sun shining through the open retractable roof cast dramatic light on the field for much of the game.
Seneca Wallace started for the second consecutive week in place of injured starting quarterback Matt Hasselbeck.
Deon Butler got open down the middle, but couldn’t catch up with the pass from Seneca Wallace.
Seattle’s defense gang tackles Indianapolis running back Joseph Addai.
Peyton Manning had plenty of time in the pocket to find receivers and proved once again why he is one of the best to ever play the position.
Kelly Jennings and Lawyer Milloy provided double coverage and tallied a pass defense on Indianapolis receiver Pierre Garcon.
Lawyer Milloy celebrates the play.
Indy’s Austin Collie found room in the right corner of the end zone to make a diving touchdown catch before halftime.
A blindside hit by Indianapolis defensive lineman Robert Mathis forced a fumble by Seattle’s Seneca Wallace.
Quarterback Seneca Wallace listens to offensive coordinator Greg Knapp on the sideline between offensive series.
Receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh led all receivers with eight catches for 103 yards, but it wasn’t enough as Seattle fell, 34-17 to the Colts.