The Seahawks traveled to Denver for the first road trip of the regular season, where they faced the Broncos at Invesco Field.
Seahawks safety Lawyer Milloy looked every bit the professional on the team’s charter to Denver.
On Saturday night after the team meetings, assistant coaches Jamie Yanchar and Dan Quinn sat in an empty ballroom and watched more tape of the Broncos.
Seahawks fans were on hand to support their team in Denver.
Denver rookie Tim Tebow and Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll chatted on the field before the game.
Seahawks players and coaches gathered in the visitors locker room before taking to the field for kickoff.
Seahawks receiver Deon Butler leapt high along the Broncos sideline to haul in a catch in the first quarter.
Seattle’s Lawyer Milloy flies into help Marcus Trufant bring down Denver’s Jabar Gaffney.
Defenders Kelly Jennings, Lofa Tatupu and Chris Clemons bring down Denver running back Knowshon Moreno.
Seahawks linebacker David Hawthorne fends off Denver lineman Ryan Clady.
Rookie safety Earl Thomas lifts up Denver’s Knowshon Moreno as defensive lineman Colin Cole closes in.
Defensive lineman Junior Siavii gets a hold of Knowshon Moreno during the second half.
Linebacker and defensive captain Lofa Tatupu is counseled by head coach Pete Carroll on the sidelines.
Golden Tate turned in a stellar performance in his first regular season game as a pro, including this 52-yard catch-and-run.
Denver’s Champ Bailey and Seattle’s Deion Branch competed for a pass in the end zone that was incomplete.
Seattle’s defense kept after Moreno, with David Hawthorne and Colin Cole sandwiching him on this tackle.
Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck confers with his coaches and receivers during a timeout.
In the locker room after the loss, head coach Pete Carroll repeated his mantra “it’s about the ball” as turnovers ended up hurting Seattle’s chances on the road.