Seahawks The fans spent their entire season convincing Seattle’s coaching staff to “let Rus Cook in” and based on the Atlanta opener on Sunday, it looks like the team has finally decided to let go. Russell Wilson In the kitchen.
Wilson had one of the most efficient games of his career, going 31 out of 35 at 322 yards and four touchdowns. Because Wilson had a hot hand, the Seahawks did something they never did, basically giving up the race when they finished the game with just 20 girls, which is remarkable Seahawks Never Quit running. The win over Atlanta was the fourth time in Wilson’s career that the Seahawks had hit the ball 20 times or less, throwing it 35 times or more.
Although the Seahawks did not run the ball, they used their racking back to call a lot of screenplays. In fact, running backwards Chris Carson Two of Wilson’s four touchdown passes were actually caught, including the 19 – yarder at the end of the first quarter.
In total, Carson caught six passes for 45 yards, where he also scored 21 riding yards.
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For Wilson, the amazing thing about his performance is that you don’t count on his throws DK Metcalfe, He actually had a perfect game. He was just 4 out of 8 when he targeted Metcalfe, but 27 out of 277 yards and 27 touchdowns were targeting others. Of course, this does not mean that the Metcalfe-Wilson connection is down. In the third quarter, the Seahawks received a second-year receiver 38-yard touchdown pass that put Seattle 21-12 ahead.
For the past few years, the Seahawks have been running their offense like a power-running team with a game manager for a quarterback, but the reality of the situation is that they have the best quarterbacks in the NFL. If they allow him to spend more time in the kitchen this season, he can continue cooking, and the Seahawks could quickly become a favorite to win the NFC West.
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