It's the internet. Every team has fans that do that after a loss. The Seahawks usually just have more reason to do so, as not only do they receive a large number of penalties, but their opposing teams receive on average 50% fewer penalties when they play the Seahawks. The Seahawks earn their own penalties, of that I have no doubt. It is more than a little suspicious though that every other team in the league supposedly plays tighter and cleaner games, only against the Seahawks.
Summary: Jeremy Beal is an interesting prospect in that while coming out of Oklahoma's hybrid defensive scheme can be a plus, where does he fit in the NFL on a team running either the 3-4 or 4-3? He was just good enough to be productive in a lot of areas at the collegiate level, but professionals are going to shut down a lot of what he was able to accomplish in Norman. For example, he is not really fast enough to make a smooth transition to outside linebacker and not really big enough to hold his down as a defensive end. His intangibles are his greatest asset because the team drafting him is going to do so because of his potential to overcome these obstacles.
Player Comparison: LaMarr Woodley. I hate to saddle Beal with a comparison like this, but in a lot of ways it fits. Woodley was another "tweener" coming into the draft with question marks about his speed and ability to convert to a 3-4 outside linebacker. He also has a similar frame. Beal would obviously love it if his career took the same path.