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ClutchPoints Dec 10, 2018
Video: Seahawks’ Tyler Lockett completes catch off insane toe drag vs. Vikings

Video: Seahawks’ Tyler Lockett completes catch off insane toe drag vs. Vikings

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Locket pulled off an insane toe drag in the team’s Monday night game against the Minnesota Vikings. In a game that hasn’t seen many spectacular offensive players, it was Lockett that came through with one of the most impressive plays by pulling off a much-needed catch for the Seahawks. Lockett […] The post Video: Seahawks’ Tyler Lockett completes catch off insane toe drag vs. Vikings appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Field Gulls Dec 4, 2018
Russell Wilson, Tyler Lockett moving up DVOA as Seahawks climb

Russell Wilson, Tyler Lockett moving up DVOA as Seahawks climb

The Seattle Seahawks had late-season runs to get to the top of DVOA in 2012, 2014, and 2015. That probably will not happen in 2018, but the Seahawks are certainly looking like a team on the rise. Seattle is now 10th in DVOA after ranking 11th last week and they are ninth in weighted DVOA. Following Week 12, the Seahawks were 11th overall, 11th on offense, 11th on defense, and 11th on special teams (no typo), and are currently 10th, 10th, 16th, and 9th. The concern there is the defense of course, even after a 43-16 win over the San Francisco 49ers, because the Niners are bad and Nick...
Field Gulls Dec 3, 2018
December 2nd continues to be a great day for Seahawks football

December 2nd continues to be a great day for Seahawks football

What you’re about to read is completely nerdy and a very obvious case of total randomness involving small sample sizes. I don’t really care, I’m just here to point out facts while taking you through Seattle Seahawks history. Sunday’s 43-16 win against the San Francisco 49ers saw Bobby Wagner have another fantastic game, Russell Wilson throw for four touchdowns, and Jaron Brown and Tyler Lockett break their previous career-highs for receiving TDs. That’s the eighth time in franchise history that they’ve played a game on December 2nd, and they’re 7-1. That one loss coming way...
Field Gulls Dec 3, 2018
Tyler Lockett looking to unseat Doug Baldwin as Seahawks leading receiver

Tyler Lockett looking to unseat Doug Baldwin as Seahawks leading receiver

Since signing as an undrafted free agent out of Stanford in 2011, Doug Baldwin has unquestionably been the Seattle Seahawks most dangerous receiving threat. However, due to the combination of injuries that have slowed Baldwin down so far in 2018 and the emergence of fourth year receiver Tyler Lockett, this season could end with a new receiving leader at the top of the board for the first time in a long time. Specifically, here’s a look at the leading receiver for the Seahawks over the past five years one season at a time. Thus, with four games to go in the 2018 season, Lockett could be...
The Seattle Times Dec 2, 2018
Instant analysis: Three impressions from the Seahawks’ 43-16 win over the San Francisco 49ers

Instant analysis: Three impressions from the Seahawks’ 43-16 win over the San Francisco 49ers

Richard Sherman return to Seattle, but Tyler Lockett stacked up more big plays, Bobby Wagner filled the stat sheet and Michael Dickson punted footballs that still may not have landed as the Seahawks' cruised to a 43-16 win.
FOX Sports Dec 2, 2018
Russell Wilson hits Tyler Lockett in stride for a 54-yard touchdown

Russell Wilson hits Tyler Lockett in stride for a 54-yard touchdown

Russell Wilson hits Tyler Lockett in stride for a 54-yard Touchdown to give the Seahawks the lead in the 1st quarter.
Field Gulls Dec 2, 2018
Watch: Seahawks wide receivers recreate Richard Sherman’s tip in NFC Championship Game

Watch: Seahawks wide receivers recreate Richard Sherman’s tip in NFC Championship Game

The Seattle Seahawks’ wide receiver corps have garnered attention throughout the year for their creative celebrations, and they took it to another level during Sunday’s game against the San Francisco 49ers. After Jaron Brown opened the scoring for the Seahawks with just over a minute left in the first quarter, Brown, David Moore, Tyler Lockett and Doug Baldwin reenacted Sherman’s famous, conference-winning deflection in the same corner of the end zone. In an unfair casting decision, Brown played the role of the interception-throwing Colin Kaepernick. Lockett was the sorry receiver...
Field Gulls Nov 29, 2018
Century Links 11/29: Seahawks Excited to see Richard Sherman again

Century Links 11/29: Seahawks Excited to see Richard Sherman again

Read! Podcast Player - Player spotlight: Seahawks' Tyler Lockett on his Iverson tribute TD celebration Pete Carroll, Seattle Seahawks, no hard feelings Richard Sherman, San Francisco 49ersWhile Richard Sherman may have expressed some criticism of Seahawks coach Pete Carroll after the team moved on from him after last season, Carroll said Wednesday he has nothing but fond memories of Sherman. Pete Carroll & The Seahawks Are “Enjoying The Heck” Out Of This SeasonWhy one of the words Pete Carroll and Seahawks players have frequently used to discuss this season has been Wednesday Practice...
Field Gulls Nov 27, 2018
Russell Wilson nominated for NFL’s Air Player of the Week

Russell Wilson nominated for NFL’s Air Player of the Week

It took 11 games for Russell Wilson to have his first 300-yard passing game of the 2018 NFL season, and the Seattle Seahawks needed all 331 in order to pull off a remarkable 30-27 comeback victory at the Carolina Panthers. Wilson finished 22/31 for 339 yards and 2 touchdowns, with his first TD coming on third-down, and his game-tying strike to David Moore occurring on what was effectively a game-deciding (season-saving?) fourth-down conversion. Russ eclipsed the 300-yard mark on his final completion of the game, a third-down long ball to Tyler Lockett for 43 yards to set up Sebastian...
Field Gulls Nov 25, 2018
Seahawks 30 Panthers 27: Winners and Losers

Seahawks 30 Panthers 27: Winners and Losers

Admit it, you thought the Seattle Seahawks were just about cooked when the Carolina Panthers were already into Seattle territory before the two-minute warning. Then Graham Gano missed his field goal. Hope rising. Then the Seahawks were quickly faced with 3rd and 5, with a very real chance of giving the Panthers the ball back. Russell Wilson finds Tyler Lockett for 43 yards, and the rest is history. The Seahawks won a game they absolutely had to win if they wanted a realistic shot at making the playoffs. On the road, 10 AM start, on a pretty awful grass surface. It feels good, doesn’t...
The Seattle Times Nov 25, 2018
Seahawks’ Allen Iverson ‘step-over’ celebration was a long time coming — and worth the wait

Seahawks’ Allen Iverson ‘step-over’ celebration was a long time coming — and worth the wait

When Tyler Lockett handed his TD ball to Floyd Mayweather, he said some people asked him what the celebration would have been. “People posed the question so we gave them the answer," Lockett said. The Answer, if you need reminding, was Iverson’s nickname as a player.
Field Gulls Nov 25, 2018
Russell Wilson and Tyler Lockett worked on improvised pass during pregame walk-through

Russell Wilson and Tyler Lockett worked on improvised pass during pregame walk-through

Following Graham Gano’s missed field goal, the Seattle Seahawks took over with favorable field position. Just two plays later however, they were facing a crucial 3rd down. Russell Wilson took the snap, but after being unable to find an open receiver, was forced to slide to his left. As he scanned back across the field, he spotted Tyler Lockett, who had broken free and was streaking down the right. Wilson hit him for a 43-yard gain to set up a game-winning field goal. Wilson was asked about this long completion in his post-game press conference, and gave an interesting answer, noting...
Field Gulls Nov 25, 2018
Seahawks continue to benefit from opponents’ missed field goals

Seahawks continue to benefit from opponents’ missed field goals

The Seattle Seahawks may have had horrendous fumble luck against the Carolina Panthers, but their win in Charlotte likely doesn’t happen if Graham Gano didn’t miss his final field goal attempt on the afternoon. Gano went wide right from 51 yards out with less than two minutes, opening the door for Russell Wilson to make his big play to Tyler Lockett and set up Sebastian Janikowski for his second game-winning FG of the season. Opposing kickers have not fared particularly well against the Seahawks. If you recall, Janikowski’s other game-winner came against the Arizona Cardinals, right...
ClutchPoints Nov 25, 2018
Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett imitates Allen Iverson stepping over Tyronn Lue after scoring touchdown

Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett imitates Allen Iverson stepping over Tyronn Lue after scoring touchdown

Tyler Lockett has been a budding star for the Seattle Seahawks this season and that did not change this afternoon against the Carolina Panthers. In a massive 30-27 victory on a game-winning field goal from Sebastian Janikowski, the Seahawks were able to improve 6-5 and kept their playoff hopes alive. During the game, Lockett put […] The post Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett imitates Allen Iverson stepping over Tyronn Lue after scoring touchdown appeared first on ClutchPoints.
The Seattle Times Nov 23, 2018
The secret to surging Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett’s contested catches

The secret to surging Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett’s contested catches

Tyler Lockett is (maybe generously) listed at 5-foot-10 and 182 pounds. So how does he continue to rip contested catches away from taller, stronger corners? He explains.

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