Coach Pete Carroll talked about the quarterback situation after Sunday's game:
"We made a change at quarterback today," Carroll said. "The score was 34-10 just before the end of the third quarter. We had knocked the ball around and given them a couple plays, and I thought, 'I want to see what Charlie can do. How would he do in this situation and playing?' Matt struggled in that third quarter. You can't give him the fumble in the end zone. That happened. But he did throw a couple of balls that got away, and it just seemed like it was an opportunity to go ahead, and let's see what happens.
"Charlie did an OK job. He went in there and he handled himself all right, made a couple of mistakes with cadence and things, got some penalties for us that look like an O-lineman, but was the quarterback. So we didn't function as sharp as we would like. But he did move the club a little bit, and he made a couple plays with his legs and made a couple really nice throws. Enough to do a good job.
"I know you all want to know what this all means. We're going to go back to work next week and take a look at everything like we always do. And evaluate where we are and what we need to do and all of that. There's no decision about the quarterback situation. You're going to ask me about all that stuff. Not doing anything right now. We're going to go back to work and look at the film and see what's right for us like we do at every other position and we'll get our direction set for next week and we're going to go after Tampa."