SEATTLESEAHAWKS vs. INDIANAPOLISCOLTS POST-GAME QUOTES
HEAD COACH TONY DUNGY (general comments) Seattle Seahawks vs. Indianapolis Colts Post-Game Quotes
"Obviously it seems like we are in this preseason routine. We can't seem to be able to win a game. Good things and disappointing things. It was disappointing that we made some of the same errors to kind of self destruct, and you obviously can't do that against a good team. I think Seattle played a little like we did last week but they were determined to play better and it showed. They were a little sharper than we were and you can't make those errors, you can't fumble the ball, drop the ball and do things to make it easy for them. They are good enough to take advantage of it. Some positive things, some good things, we had some young guys that did step up and do some pretty good things, but all-in-all we just have to continue to work to eliminate those errors."
HEAD COACH TONY DUNGY (on injuries) Seattle Seahawks vs. Indianapolis Colts Post-Game Quotes
"On the injury front, I don't know a whole lot but we had three guys, Jim Sorgi (QB, shoulder), James Mungro (RB, knee), and Johnathan Goddard (DE, foot) that really had injuries that would not allow them to return. We will get those analyzed. I don't have a lot of information on any one of those three guys. You go into the game with a plan on how you play and it is always disappointed when people get hurt. You would like to be able to say that we are going to play the whole season and never have anyone hurt, we are going to play all preseason games and not get people hurt, but it doesn't happen that way. So you have to be ready to deal with it and that's part of the reason why you have training camp and play preseason games. It is to get a lot of people ready. One guy's misfortune is another guy's opportunity many times. That's the way it has to be."
HEAD COACH TONY DUNGY (on Shaun King -- QB) Seattle Seahawks vs. Indianapolis Colts Post-Game Quotes
"Shaun will get better as he plays more and if Jim is going to be out, then we just got to get him more practice time and go from there. It is a little too early to tell on that. We will see where Jim is tomorrow when we look at him."