Seahawks The fans spent their entire office trying to convince Seattle’s coaching staff to be “Let Russ Cook”, and based on Sunday’s opening player in Atlanta, the team seems to have finally decided to let go. Russell Wilson In the kitchen.
The “Let Russ Cook” mantra began Because of the fan base in Wilson and Seattle I wanted to see a quarterback throw this year, and that’s what happened against it Falcons When Seahawk’s dominance was 38-25.
Wilson had one of the most prolific games of his career, going 322 yards and 31 of 35 for four touchdowns. Because Wilson had a hot hand, the Seahawks did something they had never done, basically dropping the run after they finished the game with 20 carries, which is significant because the Seahawks Never Left to run. Winning Atlanta For the fourth time in Wilson’s career, the Seahawks threw the ball 20 or fewer times 35 or more times in a game.
Although the Seahawks did not direct the ball, they used their running backs by calling for numerous screen plays. In fact, running behind Chris Carson Wilson caught two of his four touchdown passes, including a 19-yarder late in the first quarter.
Overall, Carson caught six passes for 45 yards in a game where he also tackled 21 quick yards.
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For Wilson, the amazing thing about his acting is that if you don’t count his throws DK Metcalfe, He really was a perfect game. Although he was only 4 out of 8 when aiming at Metcalfe, he was 227 for 277 yards and 27 for three touchdowns when targeting all. Of course, that does not mean that the Metcalfe-Wilson link is not working. The Seahawks’ second-year receiver in the third quarter actually caught a 38-yard touchdown pass that lifted Seattle 21-12.
For the past few years, the Seahawks have been carrying out their offense like a power running team with one game manager per quarterback, but the reality of the situation is that they have one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL. If they allow him to spend more time in the kitchen this season, he can keep cooking, and the seagulls will quickly become a favorite to beat the NFC West.
Seattle 38-25 Atlanta
Buffalo over NY 27-17 Jets
Chicago 27-23 over Detroit
Green Bay 43-34 than Minnesota
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Washington 27-17 over Philadelphia
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Las Vegas 34-30 on Carolina
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Arizona 24-20 over San Francisco
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Pittsburgh 26-16 over NY Giants
Tennessee 16-14 over Denver
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